A glass of water is filled with multicolored specks of plastic.

Photo of a collection of microplastic pieces floating in a glass of water. (Courtesy of Laura Markley)

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A field of cultivated legume plants plants mixed in with cereal crops. The soil is a light brown and trees can be seen in the distance.

Agroecology in practice: One of Moses Kansanga's agroecology projects in Malawi studies the local practice of intercropping cereal crops and legumes to better understand ecological synergies and how they can be leveraged to increase productivity while supporting healthy local ecosystems and communities. (Moses Kansanga)

Planet Forward Correspondent | George Washington University
Understanding agroecology as a framework to include ecological and social justice frameworks in agriculture, with professor of Geography and International Affairs, Moses Kansanga, Ph.D.
SUNY Environmental Science and Forestry
Has Onondaga Lake, formerly the most polluted lake in the nation, really been cleaned up?