Noteworthy Green: Food Inc, Rooftop Gardens, Outdoor Urination, and More...

>> Wednesday, June 24, 2009

::Spotlight on Poverty shows how Kansas City is using part of their stimulus money to "green" a low income neighborhood.

::The Oregonian demonstrates how to have a picnic for 3,000 people, producing only one bag of trash.

::Take the quiz at Grist: Should I see the critically acclaimed documentary Food, Inc.? (Their answer is "yes, if you eat," but as I discovered by checking the film's showtimes, the real answer is "yes, if you live in New York, Los Angeles, and San Francisco.)

::The New York Times discusses the new trend to plant gardens on rooftops.

::The San Francisco Chronicle includes a Q&A with Marion Nestle about the real definition of organic.

::Tiny Choices asks if peeing outdoors is more green.


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