Michael Pollan on What Sustainability is Really About


Michael Pollan writes in the New York Times about how the word sustainability is losing its meaning.

"When pesticide makers and genetic engineers cloak themselves in the term, you have to wonder if we haven't succeeded in defining sustainability down, to paraphrase the late Senator Moynihan, and if it will soon possess all the conceptual force of a word like "natural" or "green" or "nice."

Read full New York Times article "::Our Decrepit Food Factories" We give a lot of space to Michael Pollan; read also ::Michael Pollan: The Government Makes You Fat and ::The Silence of the Yams. Read also Collin's new review of The Omnivore's Dilemma over at ::Planet Green in our new :Build a Green Library section.

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