It’s not just about bunnies this weekend – bugs are taking center stage. Their survival hangs in the balance – which means that ours does too. … Read More bye bye bugs
Admittedly SO FAR AWAY from thinking about mortgages and closing dates, but these ‘hoods have me hungry for that day I sign on my dream home…… Read More brb, I’m moving to an agrihood
My attempt at atonement for the countless UberEats bags in my kitchen and the exorbitant amount of money spent on food delivery this weekend. … Read More “please meet your delivery partner in a moment:” how lazy food purchases are shifting the food industry
Climate change is the most ‘wicked’ problem faced by humanity. But what happens if we view it as an opportunity to take advantage of instead a problem to be dealt with? Is it the medicine we need to change how we live with and care for each other? … Read More kumbaya and climate change: how the warming planet could warm our hearts
Thanks to the advent of Facebook and Instagram, no longer do you have to be an uber-nerd to know that just a few days ago, December 5, was World Soil Day. Commemorating that thing that generally goes unnoticed but actually is directly responsible for our survival, soil has become a globally talked about subject—not just… Read More paving paradise and the future of farming
For anyone living ‘down under’ or keenly observing the unraveling of a changing climate and the people trying to stop it, last week was an inspiring one. Understandably upset by the business-as-usual approach of inaction to the looming (and already occurring) threats brought about by global warming, thousands of students from all over Australia left… Read More between bites of avocado toast, millennials are changing the food system
I first heard the word hegemony in one of my introductory grad school courses. I didn’t know what it was. Fortunately, someone sitting next to me saved me the embarrassment by asking the lecturer what it meant. In this context—as in most cases—hegemony is used to describe one country’s dominance over others. In the case… Read More Hegemony: what is it and why is it in my food?