Despite their extinction in Eastern Cape due to dwindling game herds and harmful cattle dips, the red-billed oxpeckers were successfully reintroduced into the region in the 90s. The upbeat Birding Day event, showcased on Shamwari TV, lauds their pivotal role in the ecosystem. Shamwari now plans to reintroduce Cape vultures, after facing similar challenges, marking another significant conservation milestone.
What if you could eat a burger without killing a cow? Lab grown, or cell-cultured meat may be the answer.
The taste profile of beer in general is known to be hoppy and at least somewhat bitter compared to other beverages.
Amid warming temperatures caused by climate change, some farmers in Italy are cutting back on growing traditional crops of the country, instead focusing on producing fruits that are commonly grown in tropical areas.
A Scottish research team believe they may have produced the “holy grail” alternative to palm oil.
Applying taxes to beef products could be one way to reduce CO2 emissions, says the Danish Government
A Dutch cultivated meat brand has raised $35 million in a funding round, bringing its total amount raised to $95 million.
Olive harvests are expected to face a second challenging year in a row as heat waves threaten crops across Europe.
Researchers found over 200,000 plastic particles per hectare.
For thousands of years, humans have slaughtered animals for meat. But Dr. Uma Valeti dreamt of a different way: eating chicken without having to kill a chicken. He figured out how to “grow” meat directly from animal cells.