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4/27/15
The Scientific Report of the 2015 Dietary Guidelines Advisory Committee (DGAC) has been released. This report will ultimately inform the content of the Dietary Guidelines for Americans (DGA) for 2015 published every five years by Health and Human Services and the United States Department of Agriculture. This is the first year there has been an explicit call to consider the attributes of a
4/22/15
Dietary guidelines are about diets and health, but the ways people eat have many impacts. The Dietary Guidelines Advisory Committee (DGAC) began its work in late 2013, and released its Scientific Report in February 2015 . Along with Dr. Mike Hamm of Michigan State University, I served as an advisor to the DGAC, which for the first time included an assessment of the environmental impacts of human
4/20/15
In July, the Boston Public Market will open on the Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy Greenway in downtown Boston. Lots of cities have public markets – you might be familiar with Reading Terminal in Philadelphia, Pike Place in Seattle, or Chelsea Market in New York City. You might have visited a public market in cities around the world like Santiago, Chile, Modena, Italy, or Old Delhi, India. Public markets
4/16/15
Bringing communities together with climate and marine scientists to understand predictive capabilities and information needs Report from the Workshop in the Island Institute's Climate of Change Series on December 18, 2014 This past December, the Island Institute held a "Predictive Capabilities Workshop" which brought together over 100 climate and marine scientists, fishermen, and other marine
4/13/15
Health Care Without Harm’s Healthy Food in Health Care program engages the health care community in bringing an end to the routine use of antibiotics in raising food animals. Such routine, non-therapeutic use contributes significantly to the rise in resistant bacterial infections in humans and is unnecessary. Read more about their national antibiotics work with the supply chain to make more meat

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