Middlebury Assistant Professor David Allen prepares to inspect a piece of canvas dragged through the forest to collect ticks.
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A tick expert explains his work trying to understand why the abundance of the parasites vary so much from location to location and year to year.
Vermont has had food labels that indicate food has been ‘partially produced with genetic engineering.’
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Vermonters' views on labels for genetically engineered foods shed light on consumers' views, as the federal government considers mandatory labels.
Protesters in California against GM foods and agro-chemicals.
Lawmakers reach a deal on national labeling rules for foods that contain GMOs, but if passed, it won't give consumers what research has shown consumers want.
An action figure prototype of the senator from Vermont.
By many estimates, the senator from Vermont has lost the Democratic nomination for president of the U.S. But a King's College scholar explains how he can win.
Chris Christie and Donald Trump react to Super Tuesday results.
We are moving toward a general election that could be even more divisive than the primaries.
Alternatives to GDP are already in use, but are yet to gain widespread acceptance.
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“At present, we are stealing the future, selling it in the present, and calling it GDP.” — Paul Hawken Imagine if a corporation used Gross Domestic Product (GDP) accounting to do its books: it would be…