If you’re a regular reader of Sustainable America’s email newsletter, you may have noticed something different from us while opening up your inbox over the past few weeks.
That “something different” is a valuable new addition we’re proud to officially announce today: our Food News Roundup and Fuel News Roundup email newsletters.
Featuring curated stories from trusted sources such as The New York Times, Civil Eats, Vox, The Spoon, Energy News Network and dozens of others, the Food News Roundup and Fuel News Roundup are two opt-in newsletters highlighting some of the best articles, research reports and news stories that the Sustainable America team has read each month.
Our goal in launching these email subscriptions is simple: we want to provide an easy, accessible way for you to stay informed on the food and fuel sustainability issues and solutions that are most important to you.
By subscribing you’ll receive a minimum of one new roundup email each month, as well as our Blog Digest emails (featuring recent stories published to our blog) and occasional organization updates regarding Sustainable America initiatives and advocacy. We promise to never misuse your email address nor send you spam—only news and updates centered around making our world more sustainable!
Use the links below to explore examples of our News Roundups and follow the instructions to become a subscriber. We look forward to having you join us!
Explore the Roundups
How To Sign-Up
New Subscribers: If you’re not a current Sustainable America newsletter subscriber, simply use the embedded sign-up form below to receive Sustainable America emails, including the News Roundup email(s) of your choice.
Current Subscribers: Current subscribers will need to update their email preferences in order to receive the Food News Roundup or Fuel News Roundup. When using the form below, you will receive an alert noting your current subscription status along with a link to update your profile. Click that link and follow the instructions you’ll be able to opt-in to receive our News Roundups.