Earth Eats contributor Cory Barker looks back at the first season and asks whether or not Jamie Oliver's "Food Revolution" should return for a second season
Well here we are, “Jamie Oliver’s Food Revolution” is over. Perhaps just for now, perhaps for good. Cory Barker has a recap of episode 6.
Earth Eats' Cory Barker recaps the fifth episode of Jamie Oliver's Food Revolution
Sometimes, in spite of all the positive messages presented, the fact that “Jamie Oliver’s Food Revolution” is a reality television series rears its ugly head.
Television critic (and former Earth Eats intern), Cory Barker gives an outsider's perspective on Jamie Oliver's Food Revolution (so far)
Reports say that the U.S. could save $1.2 trillion by 2020 if we invest $520 billion in energy conservation.
Public outcry after Whole Foods CEO speaks out against "Obamacare."
Atlantic Monthly posted a great opinion piece questioning why companies in the United States don't have to disclose GMO ingredients on food packaging.
Lawmakers worry that the Obama administration's focus on health care reform may be impeding on climate change legislation.
Seattle voters turn down a proposal that would charge 20 cents per plastic bag they use.
The people of Copenhagen have taken bike riding to a whole new extreme.
The United Nations has announced that industrialized nations around the world have agreed to cut CO2 emissions, but the US still lags behind.
Learn about the states that aredoing their part in pursuing green initiatives and technology.
Organic food has been taking some hits in the press lately, and Earth Eats' Cory Barker hopes the beating comes to end soon.
Is Farming Part of the New American Dream? Makenna Goodman wrote a guest post for Huffington Post this week, asking that very question.
If the climate bill is passed, reports say that consumers will pay an extra $83 per year. That's 23 cents per day.
After some bluster early on, the Obama Administration seems to have turned away from green tech a bit. Earth Eats' Cory Barker rounds up recent developments.
Legislation that would force food establishments to put calorie information on their menus is being challenged by some major food corporations.
In some communities, when the trash crew comes around each week they can pull up which houses are recycling properly - and which are not.
After being voted down in the House, what will come of the food safety bill?