Fall 2013

Food for Thought: What goes into the meal on your holiday table?

As we choose our meals for our families throughout the year, we like to think we know the story behind our food. But do we really know what we are eating? Friends of the Earth is carefully examining what is in our food and how best to protect our food system and reduce the negative impact it has on the environment. Even issues such as fossil fuel extraction and shipping are having major impacts on our food system. 

In this edition of our newsmagazine, we take a comprehensive look at the supply chain -- from the bees that pollinate thirds of our food crops to the salmon on the grill -- to understand what we as individuals can do to ensure that some of our favorite and traditional foods remain safe and sustainable.

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Previous Issues

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Turning the tide: keeping genetically engineered seafood out of grocery stores

This is the spring 2013 issue of the quarterly Friends of the Earth Newsmagazine.


Bug off: Keeping genetically engineered mosquitoes out of the Florida Keys

Earth Budget: Protecting the environment, not corporate wealth

This is the summer 2012 issue of the quartely Friends of the Earth Newsmagazine.

Extreme weather and climate change

This is the fall 2012 issue of the quartely Friends of the Earth Newsmagazine.



Newsmagazine Summer 2010

A crude awakening

Newsmagazine Fall 2010

Something's Fishy


Newsmagazine Spring 2009

Yes we can, but will we?

Newsmagazine Summer 2009

40th anniversary

Newsmagazine Fall 2009

Making waves for climate justice





Newsmagazine Summer 2005

Champion of the Sierra Madre

Newsmagazine Winter 2005

Toyota's green commitment: Fact or fiction?


Under Our Skin

Personal care products linked to cancer and birth defects



Take action


Ask the CEO of Lowe’s to stop selling plants pretreated with bee-killing pesticides.

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