Silently, quickly, and completely: the world’s lakes in peril
United Egg Producers sets a deadline for male chick culling, while U.K. authorities open criminal investigation into Unaoil.
Farming has traditionally been a male-dominated pursuit, but a new crop of younger female farmers is working to change that.
U.S. food labels get a much-needed update
Pledges by Ireland to cut its emissions of greenhouse gases clash with plans for a major expansion of agricultural sector.
Scientists have found that some varieties of beans have developed ways of coping with climate-related droughts
Research is pointing to a better approach
Why won't foundations go after meat?
Cargill moves to reduce antibiotics overuse in its livestock, while Riberebro is caught up in a canned mushroom cartel.
Global acreage for GMOs declines for first time since 1996
Global shifts in dietary preferences would bring big carbon savings: studies
Montreal gears up for battle over proposed bottled water ban
By mindfully appreciating the little we need, perhaps we can let go of the insatiable wants leading us astray
Mixed results for Mexico’s soda tax thus far
The promise of treating foods with high pressure rather than high heat or chemicals.