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Feeding insects to cattle could make meat and milk production more...

Merritt Drewery, Texas State University The world’s population is growing, and so is the challenge of feeding everyone. Current...

The information age is starting to transform fishing worldwide

Nicholas P. Sullivan, Tufts University People in the world’s developed nations live in a post-industrial era, working mainly in...

Can religion and faith combat eco-despair?

Rita D. Sherma, Graduate Theological Union Scientists regularly study the ongoing degradation of Earth’s environment and track the changes...

Cuba’s post-revolution architecture offers a blueprint for how to build more...

M. Wesam Al Asali, Princeton University Around the world, there’s a conjoined crisis of climate change and housing shortages...

Packaging generates a lot of waste – now Maine and Oregon...

Jessica Heiges, University of California, Berkeley and Kate O'Neill, University of California, Berkeley Most consumers don’t pay much attention...

Engine No. 1’s big win over Exxon shows activist hedge funds...

Mark DesJardine, Penn State and Tima Bansal, Western University One of the most expensive Wall Street shareholder battles on...

Valentine’s Day: COVID-19 wilted the flower industry, but sustainability still a...

Paul D. Larson, University of Manitoba Cut flowers are a multi-billion-dollar business globally, closely linked to social events and...

Why eco-labelling is so difficult during the COVID-19 pandemic

Graeme Auld, Carleton University and Stefan Renckens, University of Toronto We’ve all, at some point, bought an eco-labelled product. The eco-labels we come to trust are...

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