It’s become common practice for NGOs and environmental development agencies to use ‘influencers’ for the roll out of environmentally sustainable farming practices, but this isn’t always the most effective method, say social network analysts from the University of Sydney.
Climate change, deforestation, bushfires, tropical cyclones, floods, droughts and now COVID-19* have all had major impacts on beekeepers in the Australia-Pacific region.
A study of over 37,000 Europeans has explored the relationship between gender and educational attainment and fruit and veg consumption.
New research has heralded a promising step for sufferers of wheat sensitivity or allergy.
A new method for producing an edible scaffold for growing cultured meat is reported in a paper published in Nature Food. The scaffold, made from textured soy protein, enables cultured cells to grow into a beef-like product for human consumption that performed well in preliminary…
A Charles Darwin University researcher is investigating the contrasting decision-making behaviours of farmers who face fire, flood, drought and other adverse natural hazards.