The Guardian’s climate change campaign—keep it in the ground- took a sycophantic turn with its latest “Dear Bill” video.
Let’s take a boring subject like international trade agreements and make a visually boring video that is even more dull. This is why you should watch it anyway.
As we begin the new year, Rebecca and I are excited for some of the changes on Cooking Up a Story for 2015 that we would like to share with you.
These are behind the scenes images from the upcoming Verboort Dinner that draws scores of people to this unusual fundraiser event, now in their 80th year
Farmer Don Wachlin of Schlichting Farms was quite a character. In October of 2010 around the halloween season, we filmed one last time at his farm. These are a few unpublished photos from that day.
In a deadly salmonella outbreak that started at a peanut processing plant in Georgia, 2 brothers, Steward Parnell and Michael Parnell, were found guilty on Friday.
Jeremy Rifkin talks about The Third Industrial Revolution that will create a sustainable energy future for the world.
The giant cable corporations have lobbied the FCC to allow for a 2-tier system of internet traffic, critics refer to this as a fast lane and a slow lane. The current chairman of the FCC will decide over the course of the next 120 days whether to allow this new 2-tier system.
These are a few images from a recent visit to an organic lavender farm in Yamhill, Oregon. The farm rests on 30 acres of land in the Northwest portion of the Willamette Valley.
It’s a tale of opposing interests. A farmer in order to preserve his cash crop, and his future livelihood, is using up the available supply of local groundwater causing a neighbor homeowner’s well to run dry. This short video from the folks at KQED.