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Carbon footprint of salmon and chicken farming mostly stems from feed, study suggests

Animal feed given to farmed chickens and salmon account respectively for at least 78% and 69% of the industries’ environmental pressures, according to a study published in the journal Current Biology.

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If edible insects are the future, we should talk about poop
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If edible insects are the future, we should talk about poop

Insects are touted as a major new source of protein, but scaling up Big Cricket could mean new problems—such as what to do with all their "frass."
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Natural climate solutions could cancel out a fifth of US emissions, study finds
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Natural climate solutions could cancel out a fifth of US emissions, study finds

Low-tech, time-tested forest, farm and land management techniques are effective, cheap and carry benefits well beyond tackling climate change.
Can better photosynthesis help feed the world?
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Can better photosynthesis help feed the world?

As human population growth fuels the need for increased crop yields, researchers look to engineer plants that perform photosynthesis more efficiently.
Global warming: How bad can it be?

Global warming: How bad can it be?

From our Trump on Earth podcast, we ask whether a reckoning with some of the horrifying possibilities of climate change moves people to action or complacency?
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Anna Morgan-Hayes: We must create rural resilience as we face rough roads ahead

As I contemplated the recent summer burn bans, I worried that perhaps my children will never remember a summer night of roasted marshmallows over a roaring campfire.

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