Virtually all of the grasslands in Europe are managed by farmers and whilst traditional management involved periodic cutting and grazing, modern intensive management involves applications of large amounts of nitrogen fertiliser to increase grass production.
When it comes to future food production, the combined farming of fish and vegetables through aquaponics is currently a hotly debated topic.
Using exhaust gas measurements taken from the roadside, a team from the University of York and Empa was able to prove the Dieselgate scandal has led to positive results.
Palm oil is often associated with tropical deforestation above all else.
In a small pool nestled between two waterfalls in Hidalgo, Mexico, lives a population of hybrid fish – the result of many generations of interbreeding between highland and sheepshead swordtails.
The COVID-19 global lockdown has had an “extreme” effect on daily carbon emissions, but it is unlikely to last - according to a new analysis by an international team of scientists.
More than 1600 kilometers east of the Drake Passage between South America and Antarctica lies the Atlantic island of South Georgia.
Chemical compounds found in many consumer products could be major contributors to the onset of lipid-related diseases, such as obesity, in humans, according to a Baylor University study.
The human cost of the climate crisis will hit harder, wider, and sooner than previously believed, according to a study that shows a billion people will either be displaced or forced to endure insufferable heat for every additional 1 degree Celsius rise in the global temperature.
Commercially important seafood species are at greater risk of microplastic contamination depending how they clump together in the marine environment, new research suggests.
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