An alarming 75 percent of new or emerging diseases start in animals.
America’s farmworkers deserve better.
The eco-footprint of the wine industry is significant, and some wineries are taking steps to reduce their impact.
Sharks are killed 30 percent faster than they can reproduce, including for the inhumane fin trade.
Dino Impagilazzo's mission is now made up of 300 volunteers who cook and serve hot meals near train stations and in St. Peter's Square to help feed the growing number of homeless people in Rome.
Global food waste is a much bigger problem than previously thought. A new study confirmed that people waste more than twice as...
Reducing the suffering of chickens can only happen if companies follow through on their promises.
Food manufacturers may be causing the destruction of a nationally protected wildlife reserve in Indonesia.
Lack of governmental oversight of factory farms has created a public health crisis of antibiotic-resistance diseases in people.
A report by the Environmental Working Group reveals that an estimated 2,000 untested chemicals, several of them known or suspected carcinogens, are legally present in conventional packaged foods sold in U.S. supermarkets. But this major public health concern is largely unrecognized by the Food and Drug Administration, which operates under a policy on food additives dating back to 1958.