The beef-less scenario is highly hypothetical, but a new study reveals the scale of change that’s possible through dietary replacements.
It could be that interest in Cecil will continue to wane. On the other hand, the outrage could reflect a shift in values that could increase public support for wildlife conservation.
The tricky part will be balancing the adoption of these greenhouse gas reducing practices with negative impacts on livelihood and economic activities, especially in the developing world.
A new study examines whether human waste produced in 56 global cities could be recycled into fertilizer for surrounding agricultural lands.
New catalysts made from abundant and inexpensive materials could lead to a commercially viable way to convert carbon dioxide into plastics and other useful products.
Almost imperceptibly, we are stepping off the consumption treadmill
Thirty or so years ago, a long-tailed macaque at the Uluwatu Temple in Bali, Indonesia took something from a visitor. A pair of sunglasses, maybe, or a hat. And so began what’s become a thriving, one-of-a-kind monkey-human economy.
Energy subsidies and the G20: Do as I say, not as I do.
As researchers and conservationists gather data to help animals, other people might use it to harm them.
A new study strikes a hopeful chord by demonstrating the possibility of healthy fish populations in urban streams. But not all city waterways may have the necessary advantages.