With every unfinished meal since Band Aid, you’ve heard it: “people are starving in Africa, y’know”.
Logging in Melbourne's largest water catchment has led to a loss of water equivalent to the amount used by 250,000 people each year, new research from The Australian National University (ANU) shows.
A group of BYU researchers may have found a way to reverse falling crop yields caused by increasingly salty farmlands throughout the world.
On grocery store shelves among packages of farmed beef, poultry and pork, Peter Stogios expects to one day see meat created in labs.
Simple, fast and flexible: It could become significantly easier to vaccinate plants against viruses in future.
Degradation of lakes is a worldwide problem, with symptoms including toxic algae blooms. Restoration is possible, but takes a lot of time and effort.
Groundwater – a vital source of water for drinking and irrigation across sub-Saharan Africa – is resilient to climate variability and change, according to a new study led by UCL and Cardiff University.
The report recommends a set of actions that countries can take to improve water quality.
You see a misshapen pepper, an undersized peach or an oddly coloured apple.
Connected areas of high-quality forest running through oil palm plantations could help support increased levels of biodiversity, new research suggests.
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