As the seasons come and go, we bear witness to the growth and decay that happens in the environment around us. And currently in the Northern Hemisphere, the leaves have fallen, and the days are shorter and colder as Winter Solstice approaches. This week on Meat and Three, we’re examining the many processes of decay, from the natural decay within landfills and compost, to the manufactured decay of infrastructure and industry.
For more on Scott Kellogg’s work, check out Episode 13 of Fields.
If you would like to hear the full episode behind Matthew Martin’s story, head to Episode 49 of the Big Food Question.
Learn more about The Oakland Institute's research on Episode 361 of What Doesn’t Kill You.
Find the unabridged conversation between Jenna Liut and Ev Crunden in Episode 157 of Eating Matters.
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