Archive for October 2018
The U.S. sets out to win on food waste
Food wasted in the U.S. alone could provide every hungry person in the world with 1.25kg of nutrition every day.
When science is not enough, could arts save the planet?
The arts may help scientists learn to understand the complexity of the surrounding world through better intuition.
More droughts on the horizon for Europe’s farmers
Understanding how staple crops respond to increased temperatures is a must for mitigating threats of food shortages.
Cocoa, climate and the tricky impacts of Halloween treats
The impact all of that chocolate candy has on the environment – and there’s a lot of it.
Bacteria could help in the cleanup of oil spills
Some marine microorganisms can degrade chemical components of oil by using them as a source of energy.
Apes are smarter than you may think
Orangutans, it turns out, can tell truths from lies.