The Changing Face of Sustainability Leadership: Do You Need an Environmental Degree to Enter the Profession?

The Changing Face of Sustainability Leadership: Do You Need an Environmental Degree to Enter the Profession?

This is part two of a two-part article on the evolution of sustainability skills, written as part of edie’s corporate leadership month. The first part of the feature, which can be found here, explains why soft skills may be even more important to sustainability professionals than technical expertise. As experts have pointed out, the 2020s … Read more

Manure discharge from Smithfield pig farms raises environmental concerns – report

Manure discharge from Smithfield pig farms raises environmental concerns - report

A sculpture adorns the Smithfield Foods pig slaughterhouse in Smithfield, Virginia, U.S., October 17, 2019. REUTERS/Tom Polansek/File Photo Join now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register April 1 (Reuters) – More than 20 Missouri pig farms have reported an increase in emergency manure discharge since U.S. pork producer Smithfield Foods took over them in … Read more

Meet Big Lonely Doug | Environment Maine

Meet Big Lonely Doug |  Environment Maine

Cover photo: timfilbert via Flickr; CC BY-NC-SA 2.0 Where once stood a family of towering and mighty trees, a lone giant pierces the sky, surrounded by clear-cut land. You can imagine the chorus of chainsaws, followed by the earthquake, as age-old behemoths found the ground, one after another, one after another, one after another. Surrounded … Read more

ON NUTRITION: How to help feed Ukrainians | regain health

ON NUTRITION: How to help feed Ukrainians |  regain health

Barbara Intermill I started this column with the intention of celebrating National Nutrition Month, an annual event sponsored by the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. I really like the theme, Let’s Celebrate a World of Flavors, which encourages us to nourish ourselves with a variety of tastes from cultures around the world. My heart, however, … Read more

OSD nutrition staff ServSafe certified – The Oxford Eagle

OSD nutrition staff ServSafe certified - The Oxford Eagle

ServSafe certified food service workers and managers in the Oxford School District. Front row, left to right: Jan Foster, Raylene Gray, Rochelle Strickland, Karen Mehan, Mary Wesson, Tajanae Rivera-Buford. Back row, left to right: Jeanette Clements, Penny Henley, Dan Westmoreland, Tiffany Adams, Cindy McGlown, Margaret Baskerville. (Heather Lenard/OSD) OXFORD, MISS — The Oxford School District … Read more

NYC Car-Free Open Street Guide for Earth Day

Earth Day is just around the corner, and what better way to celebrate than giving some of New York City’s precious pavement back to pedestrians? The city just announced its annual Earth Day street closures, with streets shutting down to car traffic across all five boroughs on Saturday, April 23, from 11 am to 5 … Read more

Science and Health: Fish (April) Ally Diet

‘The April Fools and Piscesis the title of the new episode of “Il Gusto della Salute”, the online chronicle created and coordinated by an immunologist. Mauro Minelli, southern Italy’s focal point for personalized medicine. “In the foreground A brief reference to the origins of the joke day traditionMe, the so-called April Fool, associated with the … Read more