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Congratulations to OSBC member, Christine Hughes, owner of the Village Bakery & Cafe! Village Bakery & Cafe is one of the three winners of Green America’s Spring 2016 People & Planet Award, in the organics category. Each winner receives a $5,000 prize to support their business’s green mission. “We are so thrilled to accept this […]

OSBC members and friends are invited to join this ASBC Webinar: The Conservative Case for a National Carbon Tax : Former Rep. Bob Inglis (R-SC) Catrina Rorke, R Street Institute Fifth in a series of Webinars about Climate Change June 8th, 4 – 5 PM ET Stopping climate change will ultimately require action from Congress. […]

By Zach Bernstein The debate over whether climate change is real is essentially settled. Now the question is, what are we going to do about keeping temperatures from rising out of control? Here’s one idea: Support a carbon tax. This might seem odd, especially given the name, but carbon taxes are becoming more and more […]

House bill that would stifle states requiring their own GMO labeling fails in the Senate. While some companies prepare to comply voluntarily to meet consumer demand, others continue to resist. Senate bills remain, however, that threaten mandatory labeling efforts.

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Sustainability Studies theme brings Frances and Anna Lappé, a mother-daughter team internationally renowned for their work on sustainable food systems, food justice and grassroots democracy, to Ohio University in March to discuss “The Sustainable Food Movement Rising.” The founders of the Small Planet Institute will discuss sustainable food systems in a lecture on Wednesday, March […]