Fighting climate change, one plate of food at a time | Video

With food production accounting for about a third of the world’s greenhouse gas emissions each year, the very thing that’s keeping people alive is also cooking the Earth.

In the first of a 12-part series on sustainability, CNA’s Julie Yoo speaks to Josh Tetrick, CEO of Eat Just, to find out if cultured meat can save the planet.

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Baltimore Bakery Gives Food To Stranded Travelers In 20-hour I-95 Traffic Jam

Sunday TODAY’s Willie Geist runs through the Highs and Lows of the week, including the Schmidt Baking Company passing out food to as many stranded travelers as possible during the 20-hour traffic jam on I-95, "You Got Served" star and musical artist Omarion addressing his unfortunate name similarity to the omicron variant, a young panda at the Smithsonian National Zoo in Washington, D.C. having the best snow day, and “Sesame Street” star Elmo dishing on a re-surfaced feud between himself and his friend Zoe’s pet rock.

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Energy, food and petrol: Why are your bills going up?

This year promises to be a tough one for many, with the price of food, fuel and energy set to rise.

The Bank of England forecasts that inflation will soon surge to 6% – which means that incomes are set to stagnate.

In this video, Sky News explains why your bills are set to go up in 2022.

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Artist supports food banks by turning bowls

Ashburnham artist Mike Mittelman has been turning wooden bowls in his garage throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Health, wellness and food technology headline CES 2022

CES 2022 officially kicked off Wednesday in Las Vegas, despite events beginning earlier in the week. Some headlining trends at the world’s largest annual technology show include health, wellness and food technology. CBSN tech reporter Dan Patterson joined CBSN to discuss.

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Food For Bay Area Families

KPIX 5 is a sponsor for Food For Bay Area Families to raise money for Bay Area food banks. Executive director of the Alameda County Community Food Bank Regi Young talks about how people can help.