Doris Vidas explores how the scientific agricultural revolution has been invaluable in feeding the growing population, but at a cost.
Anka Stankovic reviews the 2023 Good Natured Film Festival, highlighting its blend of environmental narratives and the powerful storytelling.
The lack of genetic diversity in banana plants puts them at risk of disease pandemics that could wipe them off our supermarket shelves for good. Isabel Schmidt discusses how our current bananas have been developed and how to overcome these risks in the future.
Toscanie Hulett comments on the consequences of wildlife trade on public health, and whether a blanket ban of the trade would actually be detrimental to sustainable development.
Talk Summary by Barbara Walkowiak The basics of photosynthesis, or why getting your own food is always challenging In times of climate change and rising global population, sustainable and efficient food production is of vital importance. The secret to improving crop yields may lie in the algal chloroplast, as powerfully described by Ella Catherall in…
Talk summary by Gemma Penson Climate change is one of the most critical emergencies humankind and our planet face on a daily basis. Amidst the current pandemic, the situation is not getting any better, with a severe reduction in recycling and mass production of disposable masks. For anyone determined to reduce their environmental damage and…