23
APR
2016

Agriculture Discussion: Water Business and Policy Views

In this discussion we address the business and policy challenges related to smart water and soil management and how to add value to farming communities.
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22
APR
2016

Briefing: Preserving Natural Capital Through Water Stewardship

Watch this presentation for a real-world look at how smart water and soil management mitigates climate change and adds value to farming and ranching communities.
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15
MAR
2015

Sustainable Food: McDonald’s Mission

Management at McDonald’s has said that sourcing sustainable food is not a marketing gimmick. Will the fast food chain truly embrace a sustainable strategy?
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24
JUL
2014

Food Security: Using a Cleantech Leapfrog

Food security concerns demand the integration of cleantech and agriculture to address food wastage, promote business opportunities, and reduce poverty.
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01
JUN
2014

Food Policy: The Role of Small Farms

Food policy development and legislation has traditionally been dominated by agribusiness, but what impact will a surge of interest in small-scale farming have?
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20
APR
2014

Food Security: Reducing Food Waste

Worldwide, an astounding 30-50% of food goes to the landfill every year. Achieving food security requires the reduction of food and natural capital waste.
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01
APR
2014

Food Security: The Food Water Energy Nexus

Food security is the defining issue of the 21st Century. There’s no better way to illustrate systemic impacts than to look at the food-water-energy nexus.
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01
FEB
2014

Organic Food: Local and National Views

How do local farms and national organic farming policy relate to each other? Listen to our podcasts with Calleva and the Organic Trade Association.
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16
OCT
2012

Getting Educated About Drought

When life gives you lemons, you make lemonade. So with the U.S. in the worst drought in a generation, GreenLeaders DC created a learning opportunity.
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