"Official dietary advice across the world is harming both the environment and people’s health, according to scientists who have carried out the most comprehensive assessment of national dietary guidelines to date."
"Anxiety-baking may be at a new high during the pandemic, but the 2020 Dietary Guidelines Advisory Committee sours on added sugar."
"Though researchers have known for decades that climate change will roil farming and food systems, there exists no clear global strategy for building resilience and managing risks in the world's food supply, nor a coherent way to tackle the challenge of feeding a growing global population, on a warming planet where food crises are projected to intensify."
"The recent seizure of the biggest shipment of illegal fins in Hong Kong history shows the taste for shark is still going strong".
"Testing has found positive cases at North Carolina facilities, but officials refuse to release the information".
"At Earther, we stan the bears. Bears are good, especially when they are fat. They are the hero we all need. That’s why I’m excited to announce that Alaska’s Katmai National Park has set up its live bear cams for the summer. You know what that means: bears, bears, and more bears."
"More than half the members of a panel considering changes to the nation’s blueprint for healthy eating have ties to the food industry"
"From Florida to New Jersey, workers and doctors are worried about more outbreaks during the summer harvest."
With fishing season underway in the United States and Canada, fish consumption advisories are also on the hook. That means potential stories for environmental journalists. The latest Reporter’s Toolbox points you to state-by-state data sources and walks you through how to best explain them to your audience. Plus, a bonus story tip.