(VAN) Extreme weather events - from scorching heatwaves to unusually heavy downpours - have caused widespread upheaval across the globe this year, with thousands of people killed and millions more displaced.
(VAN) A new wave of scientists argues that mainstream evolutionary theory needs an urgent overhaul. Their opponents have dismissed them as misguided careerists – and the conflict may determine the future of biology.
(VAN) For many years, large-scale and small-scale farmers in the traditional food basket have been planting every season without paying attention to soil health.
(VAN) A long-delayed conference on how to restore the faltering health of global oceans kicked off in Lisbon on Jun 27, with the head of the United Nations saying the world's seas are in crisis.
(VAN) Climate-friendly practices can increase yields while improving ecosystem of farms, scientists say.
(VAN) We're currently unsure why the cells of the heart ended up dead.
(VAN) Standing on a snowy mountainside about 2,500m above sea level, Eric Marechal holds up a crimson test-tube.
(VAN) Vietnam is the world’s top dragon fruit exporter, but in recent years the dragon fruit industry have to face many difficulties due to dependence of output.
(VAN) Nutrien is expanding in North America as natural gas prices force a UK fertilizer factory to shut down.
(VAN) As prices rise, everywhere, for pretty much everything, the prospect of the human suffering this will cause is deeply worrying.
(VAN) The burger chain is doubling down on its Impossible Foods offerings with a pair of new options, one of which features bacon, which is not a plant.
(VAN) Researchers estimate that carbon emissions from transporting food are about 6% of the global total, with fruit and vegetables the largest contributor.