By The Guardian on October 26, 2010
Marks & Spencer launches packaging for chocolate range that can break down on the compost heap
By Becky Striepe on September 15, 2010
What does a company do when its product has a bad reputation? They re-brand!
By Timothy Hurst on June 17, 2010
Author, activist and healthy eating advocate Michael Pollan realizes that his warning to avoid eating things with more than five ingredients has spawned a brilliant reaction from savvy marketers — one that can be superseded by an even tougher rule of thumb: don’t eat anything advertised on TV.
By Levi Novey on June 10, 2010
In some cases it is undoubtedly true that “ignorance is bliss.” We all must pick our battles in life if only to maintain our sanity. In other cases though, there are simple, easy things we can do that will profoundly better our world– and this is why you should watch The Cove, an exciting, emotional documentary that suggests that we really have to do very little to keep over 20,000 dolphins from being pointlessly slaughtered each year in Japan.
Category: Living, Media+Internet, News+Opinion | Tags: activism, animal rights, Animals, aquariums, documentary, dolphins, endangered species, factory farms, film, Flipper, food, Food Inc., International Whaling Commission, Japan, movie, Netflix, Ric O'Barry, Sea World, The Cove, whales
By Becky Striepe on June 7, 2010
The City of Atlanta is looking to regulate farmers markets within the city limits.