Regenerative ag: a saviour?

There’s a new label in town when it comes to differentiating farming methods and products: regenerative farming. General Mills recently revealed plans to start using regenerative practice on…

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A circular revolution?

In a world with a growing population and limited resources available to feed everyone, a report by the Ellen Macarthur Foundation concludes that circular economy principles are the…

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Coffee chains deal with waste

Coffee cups represent a significant challenge for waste reduction efforts around the world. It’s estimated that Australians use more than 1 billion disposable coffee cups each year. Globally…

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GMO Crops

GMO halo

A recent study published by researchers from the University of Maryland has found the use of genetically-modified insect-resistant corn in the US has significantly curbed insecticide use and…

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Reducing greenhouse gas agriculture

Removing animals from ag

When discussions turn toward reducing agriculture’s greenhouse gas emissions, less livestock and moving toward a plant-based diet is the common wisdom. However, perhaps eliminating livestock altogether – as…

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Swimming upstream

The Tasmanian salmon industry has enjoyed an enviable reputation as an innovative, sustainable producer of one of the world’s healthiest forms of protein. The industry is valued at…

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Troubled waters

The New Zealand Labour Party under its new leadership is certainly making waves. Apart from being accused of undermining the Australian government, Labour leader Jacinda Ardern has announced…

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