New study finds that birds caught on California farms with nearby wildlands had less problem bacteria than those at more manicured farms.
A huge new study spanning 30 years, drilled down into the nuanced relationship between food, health, and environment and found some surprising results.
The first systematic study of the question finds the answer is more complicated than you might think.
A survey of thousands in Asian countries found people with a high awareness of Covid-19 were more likely to cut back on consuming wild meat. A conservation group wants to harness this to put a dent in the wildlife trade.
As climate change and pandemics reshape the world we live in, say the researchers, we need to understand how the two processes interact.
Livestock welfare will be key in helping us reign in emissions
More than 500 mammal species are high-risk candidates for carrying the SARS-CoV-2 virus that causes COVID, based on a new study of common traits among species with a protein gateway for the virus.