A large amount of methane emissions come from natural gas infrastructure and landfills – all problems companies know how to fix.
A new study provides a detailed way to calculate the climate impact of food production, which could lead to more sustainable farming policies and methods.
But with new commitments getting made by governments all over the world, we hope to see this progress improve soon.
Kenya needs to address spending inefficiencies to attain the goals outlined in the budget.
When it comes to food safety solutions, models which enforce bans and regulations don’t fit.
The lead author of a new UN report on methane explains the findings and how oil and gas companies could be making money and saving the climate at the same time.
Nairobi harbours all the ingredients for zoonotic spillover to occur between animals and people, particularly in the most densely populated areas of the city.
Cow burps and farts are no joke – they’re a big factor in climate change. A new study shows that daily seaweed supplements could tame this major methane source while saving ranchers money.
Livestock guarding dogs are considered a non-lethal method for farmers to control wild predators.
Llama toys, therapy lamas, petting zoo llamas: llamas are hot in the US, surpassing unicorns in popularity, but their relationship with South American people stretches over 7,000 years.
Millions of miles of fences crisscross the Earth’s surface. They divide ecosystems and affect wild species in ways that often are harmful, but are virtually unstudied.
The royal commission made welcome and necessary recommendations around helping wildlife after hazards. But it’s not enough to focus only on response.
For the first time in the US, a ballot measure will ask voters whether to restore wolves to a place where they’ve been eradicated. Coloradans have strong views on both sides.
A thousand-year-old “mixing” event allowed African cattle - after spending thousands of years confined to certain regions - to diversify and spread.
Many carnivores are ambush predators. Being seen by their prey can lead to them abandoning the hunt.
Small mammals in northern Australia have been rapidly vanishing for the last 30 years, and scientists weren’t sure why. Now, a major new study found feral livestock are largely to blame.
Being able to identify communities that are susceptible to the pandemic ahead of time would allow officials to target public health interventions to slow the spread of the infection and avoid deaths.
This is the first time that camel handlers in East Africa have been shown to have been exposed to MERS.
Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, some critics say livestock farms promote diseases that spread from animals to humans. An animal scientist explains how well-run farms work to keep that from happening.
Recent summers have offered a taste of things to come for Welsh farmers.