In this 4-part series, journalist, environmentalist, and author of Uncertain Peril: Genetic Engineering and the Future of Seeds, Claire Hope Cummings speaks out on behalf of the natural world, and for a new approach to solving the environmental, social, and philosophical problems inherent in our present food system. According to the Millennium Ecosystem Assessment report, […]
Search Results for: Claire Hope Cummings
Cummings believes a handful of global agrichemical companies are threatening the livelihoods of farmers.
In Claire Hope Cummings book, Uncertain Peril, she writes about the importance of preserving biodiversity, and native plant species.
Claire Hope Cummings hones in upon the essential problems plaguing our food system: industrialized agriculture.
Claire Hope Cummings speaks for the natural world and for a new approach to solving the environmental, social and philosophical problems in our food system.
An interview with Katrina Blair, author of The Wild Wisdom of Weeds talks about the 13 wild weeds she says are essential for human survival.
This page contains a video playlist guide of food and sustainability leaders that have appeared on Cooking Up a Story from our interview and talk segments.
The main purpose of her book is to share stories about woman farmers, sustainable food activists, and others whose important efforts helped change our modern food system.
For about 10,000 years, farmers have reused their seeds. Frank Morton traces the big changes in recent years.
In the Parana’ region of Brazil, about 100 small farmers are growing and preserving locally adapted seeds.