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In this issue...
• PAGE 4: Activists Working to Improve Walmart Suppliers Face Possible Death Sentence
• PAGE 5: Shareholders Target Coca-Cola for BPA Use
• PAGE 5: Cell Phone Industry Sues San Francisco
• PAGE 6: A Store Where Everything is Free
• PAGE 8: Top Financial Tips for New College Grads
• PAGE 11: Two Magazines Win Aveda Environmental Awards
• PAGE 13: Plastic Bag Companies Sue ChicoBag
• PAGE 14: Good Food: Now Serving Everyone
• PAGE 15: Many Yards Make a Farm
• PAGE 16: Lifting Up Food Deserts
• PAGE 18: Making Veggies Cool for Kids
• PAGE 18: A Zero-Waste Food System
• PAGE 19: Inspired? 9 Ways to Support Sustainable Food
• PAGE 20: Seattle Changes the System
Special Thanks to Green America Business Members for supporting the Green American
|June July 2011|
|Good Food Gone Local|
Industrial agriculture is the world's largest industry, and one of the most destructive. As we reach for climate solutions, we can't afford to be growing mega-farms of petro-chemical-dependent crops.
This issue of the Green American explores how all across the country, local communities are developing food systems that protect our food, farm workers, animals, soil, air, and water from chemicals and pesticides, all without the enormous carbon footprint of shipping food around the world.
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