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National Farm to School Network increases access to local food and nutrition education to improve children’s health, strengthen family farms, and cultivate vibrant communities.
National Farm to School Network envisions a nation in which farm to school programs are an essential component of strong and just local and regional food systems, ensuring the health of all school children, farms, environment, economy and communities.
To promote regenerative organic farming as the highest standard for agriculture around the world
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“If we do not do things differently, we are finished,” she said. “We can’t go on very much longer like this.”
The nascent activist movement has continued to expand across the world, and politicians are taking notice.
Young people across the world have taken to the streets to demand action on the climate crisis.
“Some teachers fully support my striking, but other teachers are like, ‘You’re going to get a zero.’ Okay, I’ll take the zero,”
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I've been working on climate change for a long time, but I've never seen a moment like the one we're in now.
Here’s a brief history of Trump's climate change skepticism.
An analysis finds that the administration has worked to weaken safeguards for nearly 35 million acres.
Trump’s open hostility toward any action on climate will elevate it to a defining issue in the 2020 campaign.
In the next few months, the White House will complete the rollback of the most significant federal effort to curb greenhouse-gas emissions.
“It’s a sad reminder of where the world’s former leader on climate change now stands,” one critic said.
Among 20 of the most powerful people in government environment jobs, most have ties to the fossil fuel industry or have fought against the regulations they now are supposed to enforce.
The administration’s proposed spending for 2021 repeats previous calls for steep cuts to environmental programs