Solar Powered Indoor Stoves

Written by Gordon Merrick, 3L at Vermont Law School and FLSN Co-President A recent announcement by the International Solar Energy Society (ISES) shows just how intersectional our food and energy systems are. Three billion people around the world still depend on cooking stoves fueled by biomass, which poses huge public health issues. […]

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Sesame Regulated in Illinois

Sesame Regulated in Illinois

Written by Emily Yslas, 2L at the University of Wisconsin Law School and FLSN Co-Communications Chair The FDA has identified eight major allergens that are regulated in the United States including wheat, peanuts, eggs, milk, tree nuts, soy, fish, and shellfish. Other countries have these same eight allergens but may […]

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New York State to Curb Food Waste

New York State to Curb Food Waste

Written by Alicia Stoklosa, 2L at Elisabeth Haub School of Law at Pace University and FLSN Co-Communications Chair In April 2019, the New York State Legislature included the state’s first food waste program in the 2020 fiscal year budget. The program is aimed at feeding the hungry and reducing food […]

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