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Updated: Farming While Black
For Juneteenth, we’ve updated one of our most listened-to episodes (2021), featuring Leah Penniman, founder of Soul Fire Farm and author of Farming While Black
Wildfire & Water in the Western United States
Wildfires threaten watersheds and drinking water. Communities should act.
What is Climate Resilience?
Solving the climate crisis isn’t just about cutting carbon emissions. It’s about protecting people from harm.
Since its founding, the Union of Concerned Scientists has been a leader in science and technology communication. We’ve worked with thousands of researchers and academics to help them make their work more accessible to lay audiences.
Out of the Lab, Into the Community
Dr. Monica Unseld details her journey from scientist to activist and discusses how science institutions can forge successful partnerships with communities.
What You Can Do about Disinformation
Know how to identify it, counter it, and stop it in its tracks.
Food Security and Population
One billion people lack adequate access to food. To address this, we need smart changes to the food system—not false solutions.
The Truth about Tyson
For too long, Tyson Foods has gotten away with putting farmers out of business, exploiting workers, poisoning our water and land, and gouging consumers.
What is Sustainable Agriculture?
There’s a transformation taking place on farms across the United States.
UCS and the Coronavirus
The Union of Concerned Scientists is actively monitoring the coronavirus pandemic and vaccine rollout.
Tyson's Need for Feed
Tyson Foods influences farming practices on nearly 10 million acres of cropland—an area roughly twice the size of New Jersey.
A Scientific Approach to Fighting Hunger
Food systems and health analyst Sarah Reinhardt discusses recent updates to the USDA's Thrifty Food Plan.