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Our best climate reporting of 2022

As the climate crisis continues to intensify, some of our most important climate stories covered the hidden and not-so-hidden challenges within the food systems, and the solutions that can make a difference.
In 'Raw Deal,' a reporter reveals the dirty underbelly of the meat industry

In 'Raw Deal,' a reporter reveals the dirty underbelly of the meat industry

The ‘billionaire beat’ reporter for Forbes talks about her new book, why she thinks consumers should be paying more attention to meat industry consolidation, and the starting points for systemic change.
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Is this biochar’s big, carbon-rich moment?

Farming with this soil amendment isn’t a climate silver bullet, but it could make more soil a carbon sponge.
Can this chicken company solve America's food waste problem?
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Can this chicken company solve America's food waste problem?

Do Good Foods sells chickens raised on surplus supermarket food, and they hope to cash in on consumers who want to fight climate change over dinner.
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Young farmers are growing food for climate action and racial justice

The latest National Young Farmers Survey found that farmers continue to lack the support they need to succeed, despite the vital role they will play in the years to come.
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A young food and climate activist to watch

Ollie Perrault wants you to care about agriculture’s sizable contribution to climate change, as well as potential solutions to save the planet.
Biogas expansion may compound worker risks

Biogas expansion may compound worker risks

Government incentives are driving larger, more crowded CAFOs—while protections for the workers inside lag behind.
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