Here’s we go again. so-called nutritional “scientists” and doctors are out there using relative risk to fear monger against eating red and processed meat. They’re more vociferous than usual since their weak science has been called out for what it … Continue reading The relative risk con game
A friend recently emailed me the following question: Is there a limit to how much carbon soil can hold which then prevents the kind of sequestration that would be needed to reverse climate change? Or, in other words, does soil … Continue reading Soil carbon saturation: Myth or reality?
Okay this one is a bit nerdy, so I apologize in advance. When I’m not so lazy, I’ll track down all the scientific references, but for now I just want to summarize all of these compiled processes in what follows … Continue reading WTF happens to all that methane?
This past January, I read the book Amazon Besieged: By dams, soya, agribusinees and land grabbing. This book is a compilation of articles originally posted on Mongabay by veteran reporters Mauricio Torres and Sue Branford. Since I read this compilation, … Continue reading Amazon Besieged: Q & A with author and reporter Sue Branford
With a mixture of defiance and bravado, Impossible Foods’ CEO Pat Brown recently challenged anyone questioning his decision to use American GMO soy beans in his flagship product, the Impossible Burger Version 2.0. Citing constraints on the availability of organic … Continue reading The Ecocide Burger
If you’ve listened to any of Gabe Brown’s many Youtube videos, you can hear his voice in your head as you read through his recently released book, Dirt to Soil: One Family’s Journey Into Regenerative Agriculture. In his book, Gabe … Continue reading Dirt to Soil, a book review (The Gospel of Gabe)
Dear Council Member Koretz, After reading your recently published Grub Street interview as well as your motion, I decided to write this follow-up letter. To begin with, I’m not in anyway aligned with the “meat industry” or right wing radio. Your dismissing objections … Continue reading RE: Proposed legislation for vegan options at public venues in Los Angeles