There has never been a more dangerous time than the COVID-19 pandemic for people with non-communicable diseases (NCDs) such as diabetes, cancer, respiratory problems or cardiovascular conditions, new UNSW Sydney research has found.
Conventional plastic is made from oil. The production of plastic is not sustainable, and it can contain substances we know are dangerous if ingested.
Secondary forests play an important part in carbon capture because they tend to absorb a larger amount of carbon than they lose to the atmosphere.
For the first time since records began, the main nursery of Arctic sea ice in Siberia has yet to start freezing in late October.
Widespread use of masks remains the primary tool for combating COVID-19 and economic shutdowns, cost benefit analysis suggests government subsidies for masks bear great returns.
An area double the size of the UK is used to produce dry pet food for cats and dogs each year, a study shows.
In the fertile river valley along the border of modern-day India and Pakistan, the Indus Valley Civilization built some of the largest cities in the ancient world.
How do you bring a small forest in the middle of a city to students around the world? Two biology professors at the University of Guelph have created a Digital Forest for just such a purpose.
The government of Ontario is investing $6.52-million in University of Guelph research to help find ways to prevent or control costly crop diseases and pests, improve soil health and water quality and quantity and boost productivity and profitability for farmers.
Community-engaged learning, a form of experiential education, helps students connect what they’re learning in the classroom to what’s happening in their communities.
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