Lab-grown meat could cut emissions 96%

The free market Adam Smith Institute says we could be on the cusp of a revolution.

World’s first floating dairy farm comes to Rotterdam

Let's hope cows don't get seasick.

41% of land in contiguous US is used to feed livestock

What else could we do with all those acres?

There’s not enough land for everyone in the world to follow U.S. dietary guidelines

We'd need another Canada-sized chunk of fertile land, scientists say, in order to meet those requirements.

It’s primates versus palm oil in Africa

Since both require the same habitat, scientists are worried how primates will survive the expansion of industrial oil palm plantations.

Are farmers and environmentalists teaming up?

Scientists found a way to get more crops per acre and save the planet at the same time.

Ancient people farmed the Amazon 4,500 years ago … and they did it better...

The jungle wasn't untouched rainforest after all.

Could beef farmers reduce their methane emissions?

If we're not all going to go vegan overnight, what else can we do to reduce methane from cows?

How dogs could save the avocado industry

Dogs have been trained to sniff out a devastating avocado tree disease before it becomes fatal – and they are really, really good at...

A new generation of Indian farmers rejects industrial food production

Supported by the Amrita Bhoomi Agroecology Centre, young farmers are experimenting with natural farming methods, while saving money and lives in the process.

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