It’s the latest tactic to downplay meat’s climate impact
Many animals contribute to the health of our ecosystem, but these 15 in particular are overachievers.
We’re nearing or have already arrived at the 6th Great Extinction — only this time, the crisis is manmade.
This summer a Tribal ceremony celebrated the return of sacred fish, lost for generations.
Commercial fishing threatens marine life — and it seems orcas are trying to do something about it.
A family in Guatemala chose to keep llamas rather than sell them for meat. Two decades later, they teach tourists how to be more sustainable.
According to a 20-year study in Nature, reefs closer to pollution fared worse in recovering from damage caused by climate change.
More than 40 million people depend on this vital U.S. waterway.
Why it’s crucial we protect these extremely helpful insects — and what’s at stake if we fail to do so.
One ‘solution’ employed for overheated animals on factory farms? Mass suffocation.
Over 90 percent of food harvested from marine and freshwater environments is at risk, challenging the idea that “blue food” is more sustainable.
Heard of plant-based defaults? It’s a simple idea that could be a major help in the fight against climate change.
From dwindling fish to decimated communities in the Global South, nothing about the growing demand for seafood is sustainable.
Abandoned traps catch roughly 3.3 million crabs each year, on top of decimating seagrasses, coral and endangered whales.
A new study says lab grown meat is worse for the planet than beef, but what do the numbers actually say?
“Fake meat” has long been used as an insult to the alternative protein market but in reality natural meat is far worse for the planet.
A new kind of eater — the climavore — eats foods based on their environmental footprint. But the approach has been criticized by food justice and animal advocates.
The requirement to disclose scope 3 emissions — from the cows, not just the kitchen — is what’s rankling the food and agriculture industry.
A new study by Faunalytics and Sentient Media shows that animal agriculture is systematically underreported in climate media coverage.
A vicious cycle of poverty, climate change, and animal suffering makes dairy farming unsustainable.
We’ve compiled some of our most frequently used research and analysis in this food-climate reporting toolkit.
Ranchers are paid up to $15,000 per dead cow, and the state is authorized to kill wolves if wild prey numbers dip below a set threshold.
New research suggests rewilding is more effective than tree-planting, and when it comes to which land to rewild, the answer is also clear: farms.
A new report uncovers global climate investors looking to boost industrial pork and poultry.
To help slash emissions, college students are pushing for less beef and more plants on campus.
Researchers are clear that we can’t meet our climate goals without tackling beef consumption in the U.S. Let’s take a look at our progress.
Tens of millions of bison once roamed North America until ranchers decimated their numbers. But today, Indigenous-led projects are restoring the bison and their ecosystems.
A growing number of Muslims have been working to promote “Green Ramadan” — to help celebrants reduce food waste and eat less meat.
Milk and meat brands are turning to climate labels like “carbon neutral” and “net zero” to boost sales. But what do these terms actually mean?
Almond milk has become increasingly popular over the last decade or so. More and more…