The first large-scale study of the risks that countries face from dependence on water, energy and land resources has found that globalisation may be decreasing, rather than increasing, the security of global supply chains.
An area double the size of the UK is used to produce dry pet food for cats and dogs each year, a study shows.
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.
People's attitudes towards environmental issues appear to have little impact on the way they travel, according to the findings of recent research
University of Florida scientists achieved a major milestone in their quest to develop a citrus greening-resistant tree by sequencing the genome of a fruit plant that’s a close cousin to citrus trees.
With this year’s sea turtle nesting season nearing its conclusion in Florida, many of the protected species’ newest hatchlings have completed their first big journey from their sandy nests to the water.
If you are involved in catching greater amberjack recreationally or commercially, or work at a wholesale or retail fish house, we would like to hear from you!
Even if you’re not physically located in Happy Valley-Goose Bay, you can still explore the 80-acre expanse of the Pye Centre for Northern Boreal Food Systems on the shores of the Grand River.
There may come a time when the next blouse or pair of gym shorts you buy is made of banana peels, rotten tomatoes, coffee grounds or mouldy bread.
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