Fruit bats have the potential to reforest areas where trees had been lost in parts of Africa.
Following the global spread of COVID, there have been widespread calls for blanket bans on the consumption and trade of wild animals. But such bans may have unintended consequences.
We analysed the legal systems regulating the wildlife trade in China. Here’s what we found.
For conservationists and the government, religion and culture could serve to discourage the overharvesting of bushmeat from the wild
The ex-combatants’ food memories show how they continue trying to make sense of both their past and present experiences of violence.
Needed: less wild meat in cities, more wildlife experts in public health.
Zoonotic diseases can emerge closer to home than you realise.
Emphasizing foreign origins of a disease can have racist connotations and implications for how people understand their own risk of disease.
While identifying a new disease by its place of origin seems intuitive, history shows that doing so can have serious consequences for the people that live there.
The fascination and admiration of the natural environment may draw people closer to it, but it’s crucial to remain responsible about any desire to own a piece.