Regenerative agriculture won’t be enough to avoid ecological collapse on its own, but it could be an important part of the solution.
Mangroves only occupy around 0.1 percent of the globe’s surface area. Yet, they are unique environments crucial to global health and both marine and terrestrial biodiversity.
Seas and oceans cover 71 percent of the world’s surface and provide diverse habitats for a variety of marine life. Protecting them is essential for the future of life on this planet.
Deforestation is a global problem. If it increases the risk of disease, which we now know it does, then the prognosis is more economic catastrophe.
Sentient Media sat down with Jian Yi, founder of the Good Food Fund, a Chinese food sustainability and health NGO that promotes a plant-based diet.
Studies have repeatedly shown that plant-based diets are more sustainable and more equitable than diets heavy in meat and dairy. If that’s true, could veganism end world hunger?
Milk pollution in rivers is a serious problem. About 2.1 billion people still do not have access to safe drinking water, and many of them have the dairy industry to blame.
Environmentalists have been at odds with corporate agriculture for years, and while dairy farmers often slip under the radar, they’re not off the hook. So we asked, how does dairy farming cause water pollution?
Innovative approaches to alternative seafood—like “fishless filets” and “crabless cakes”—could mitigate many of the environmental challenges presented by the modern fishing industry.
Follow along as climate researchers debunk another industry-backed study bragging about the perceived benefits of regenerative agriculture.