Researchers calculate that protecting just 5% more of the ocean could boost fisheries by as much as 20%.
At high applications levels, researchers found that biochar can not only soak up a lot of carbon, but also reduce the need for irrigation by almost 40%.
Livestock welfare will be key in helping us reign in emissions
Study reveals that anthropogenic N2O emissions have leapt by 30% over the past four decades
Engineered enzymes could allow plants to tolerate low-oxygen conditions
A new study paints the first comprehensive picture of global soil health—and what it means for future food production.
But it would require drastic dietary changes to free that land for rewilding.
To reduce insecticides, a new tool traps insects with their own pheromones
And that’s a win for increasing yields and decreasing nitrogen pollution.
Seafood now makes up 17% of global meat consumption. Researchers believe we could dramatically (and sustainably) increase that share