The Community Based Collaboratives Research Consortium (CBCRC)
The Community Based Collaboratives Research Consortium CBCRC) is a national network comprised of researchers, mediators and faciliators, government agencies, community and environmental groups and others who are seeking to understand and assess collaborative efforts involving natural resource issues and community development.
Studies Show How and Why Organic Farming Must Become the Norm in the USA
Organic Consumers Association is a consumer advocate for labeling of genetically engineered food. We promote organic food and sustainable agriculture. Watchdog group to monitor biotech, irradiated food, mad cow disease, gmo and rBGH. We want pesticide reduction, permaculture, biodynamic and sustainable farming
EarthTrends: Searchable Database - Climate and Atmosphere
A free online database that focuses on issues of sustainable development and the environment. This site draws statistical, graphic, and analytical information from over 40 internationally recognized data sources. Detailed documentation is provided for serious research.
ITHACA, N.Y., - A Cornell University study...
Going Organic in China
WorldChanging: Another World Is Here:
V.B. Price: Burying the pump Oil shortage puts NM on notice: trouble is ahead
Price is an Albuquerque freelance writer, author, editor and commentat
Hunger at Home Article
published in Desert Exposure - about hunger in Grant Co. NM
LOCAL ENVIRONMENTAL & QUALITY-OF-LIFE ISSUES...
announce of Rio del Comida
Venezuela will create 1,000 new free food centers...
Published: Monday, June 27, 2005 Bylined to: VHeadline.com Reporters
A World Without Bosses?
http://www.alternet.org/authors/1366/ By Traci Hukill, Common Ground. Posted July 2, 2005. A handful of Northern California collectives take cues from an innovative Basque cooperative in Northern Spain. But can they really make a difference?
Policy directions of the NM Food and Ag Policy Council
New Mexico Food& Agriculture Policy Council 3900 Paseo del Sol Santa Fe, NM 87507 505-473-1004& fax 505-424-1144 Policy Issues 2005-6 Meeting
A Dining Hall Where Students Sneak In
http://query.nytimes.com/search/query?ppds=bylL&v1=ALISON%20LEIGH%20COWAN&fdq=19960101&td=sysdate&sort=newest&ac=ALISON%20LEIGH%20COWAN&inline=nyt-per By ALISON LEIGH COWAN Published: May 10, 2005
Over a Barrel - What Happens When Cheap Oil Runs Out?
An excerpt for the article sent to Jack by a neighbor in Monticello
WAL-MART PLANS TO MOVE MORE AGGRESSIVELY INTO ORGANICS, NOW ITS FASTEST GROWING CATEGORY
By Amigo Cantisano Ag News You Can Use #70 June 17, 2005 http://www.organicconsumers.org/organic/walmart.cfm
U.S. WASTES $14 BILLION IN FOOD & CROPS EVERY YEAR ARIZONA RESEARCHER URGES CUTTING FOOD W
The Agribusiness Examiner / organicconsumers.org June 20, 2005, Issue #410 EDITOR\PUBLISHER; A.V. Krebs E-MAIL: email@example.com WEB SITE: http://www.ea1.com/CARP/ TO RECEIVE: Send name and address
One in six countries facing food shortage
John Vidal and Tim Radford Thursday June 30, 2005 The Guardian
Hope for the Future
Events since Sept 11, 2001 have shown that FTW has been ahead of the curve in predicting the current crisis. We offer our readers an accurate map of how the world works, unfiltered by preconception.
Oil Painting by the Numbers
Eric Sprott, CA & Sasha Solunac, CFA Sprott Asset Management July 5th, 2005
Threats of Peak Oil to the Global Food Supply - MUSELETTER No. 159 - July 2004 by Richard Heinberg
A paper presented at the FEASTA Conference: What Will We Eat as the Oil Runs Out?, June 23-25, 2005, Dublin Ireland - by Richard Heinberg
Comida del Rio
Update - 7/18/05