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Greta Moran is a Senior Reporter for Civil Eats based in Queens, New York. Her work has appeared in The Atlantic, Grist, Pacific Standard, The Guardian, Teen Vogue, The New Republic, The New York Times, The Intercept, and elsewhere. Greta writes narrative-based stories about public health, climate change, and environmental justice, especially with a lens on the people working toward solutions.

Did the First UN Food Systems Summit Give Corporations Too Much of a Voice?

NEW YORK, NEW YORK - SEPTEMBER 25: Foreign Minister of Russia Sergey Lavrov addresses the 76th Session of the U.N. General Assembly at U.N. headquarters on September 25, 2021 in New York City. More than 100 heads of state or government are attending the session in person, although the size of delegations are smaller due to the Covid-19 pandemic. (Photo by Eduardo Munoz - Pool/Getty Images)

Could Climate Change Put an End to Arizona’s Alfalfa Heyday?

Stacks of rectangle hay bales stacked high in the Mohave Valley Arizona

EPA to Revise Outdated Water Pollution Standards for Slaughterhouses

Closeup motion blur of storm water runoff flowing through metal drainage culver under road. January storms brought heavy rain and flash flooding to Illinois - stock photo

As Their Wells Dry Up, California’s Small Farms Seek Emergency Relief

A worker uses a tractor to pull an uprooted almond tree at a farm near Mendota, California. As the California drought continues, Central California farmers are hiring well drillers to seek water underground for their crops.

These Big Food Companies Get Failing Grades on Political Spending Transparency

a bunch of tyson food products in a supermarket

Farmers Will Soon Have the Right to Repair their Tractors

farmer driving his john deere tractor around the farm, hoping it doesn't break because at the time of this photo he didn't have right to repair his farm equipment

The Food System’s Carbon Footprint Has Been Vastly Underestimated

a tractor full of carrots is being loaded and transported from a field to a warehouse

As the Climate Emergency Grows, Farmworkers Lack Protection from Deadly Heat

Farmworkers pick bok choy in a field on January 22, 2021 in Calexico, California. President Joe Biden has unveiled an immigration reform proposal offering an eight-year path to citizenship for some 11 million immigrants in the U.S. illegally as well as green cards to upwards of a million DACA recipients and temporary protected status to farmworkers already in the United States.(Photo by Sandy Huffaker/Getty Images)

LGBTQ+ Farms to Support this Pride Month—and All Year

Emily Fagan and Hannah Breckbill (photo courtesy of Humble Hands Harvest; Pride flag background CC-licensed by Benson Kua on Flickr)

As the West Faces a Drought Emergency, Some Ranchers are Restoring Grasslands to Build Water Reserves

Doniga Markegard standing with her grazing cattle. (Photo courtesy of Markegard Ranch)