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Eric Coronel, Director of Sustainability at The American Peanut Council, highlights a uniting point for U.S. peanut sustainability.
Research has discovered a new way to grow cereal crops using less fertiliser, reducing the amount of nitrogen pollution and saving billions.
Studies demonstrate the importance of nature for human wellbeing by linking the nonmaterial contributions of ecosystems to people's overall health.
Experts warn that the EU agriculture sector is stuck in "permanent pesticide-dependence," and that major flaws exist in the current attempts to reduce the use of pesticides across the EU.
Europe is facing one of its driest summers in history and there is an unprecedented risk of drought, fires and destruction.
A large, year-round ozone hole, seven times larger than the Antarctic ozone hole, has only recently been discovered despite existing since the 1980s.
The Scottish Government has offered £50 as an incentive for every farmer and crofter to complete the ‘Testing Actions for Sustainable Farming’ survey in an attempt to prepare farmers for future agricultural policy.
Professor Apichart Vanavichit, highlights the Thai attempt to develop rice that directly benefits well-being.
Jeremy MacMahon, Yi-Hua Tsai, and Pamela Lein from the Department of Molecular Biosciences, UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine, explore how shellfish poisoning is affecting human and animal health.
Through the prediction of species movement, researchers identify areas in need of habitat restoration to continue protecting moths.
Nicolas Friggens at the French Research Institute for Agriculture, Food and Environment (INRAE) discusses cattle farming resilience and efficiency with genomics in breeding programmes
Scientists say deep ocean warming will increase by 0.2°C, as they find excess heat from the subtropical North Atlantic - at depths of 700m.
Trees hold an important place in global climate change efforts, but with tree deaths increasing, could they do more harm than good?
Key to the health of coral reefs, scientists reveal that sea sponges are among the earliest animals to ever grace planet earth
Researchers create wearable sensors to signal plant health from your phone, to indicate a plant’s leaf water content or when they are stressed.
We embrace Spring 2022 with our April volume of North America Analysis, packed with insightful editorial and profile features.
Professor Laura Grenville-Briggs shares her stance on working together to counter the threat of oomycete diseases, focussing on trans-sectoral approaches to support sustainable plant and crop production systems in Europe.
Researchers from McGill University have estimated that over the next 30 years, 1.4 million street trees will be killed by invasive insects.
A team at Washington University, St. Louis are creating a genetically engineered kill switch for some microbes, which would remotely cause them to self-destruct.
The frequency of thunderstorms has doubled in the last 30 years, in some fast-growing West African coastal cities.