My plea to the government and to my fellow Australians: Don’t let politics thwart science. Don’t fight the diagnosis. Fight the threats. The world is watching and the clock is ticking.
Americans eat more meat per capita than any other country, even though meat consumption is linked to heart disease, diabetes and cancer.
Some climate solutions can actually harm biodiversity. But there are synergistic solutions that can tackle both issues.
The Humane Research and Testing Act seeks to move the U.S. toward more ethical methods of researching human disease that don’t involve animals.
We are to blame for the biggest extinction event in human history. But there is a solution if we take urgent action now.
Nearly 100,000 people have signed a petition calling for the closure of a controversial oil and gas facility that has sickened residents of the U.S. Virgin Island.
A genetically engineered chestnut tree may be the first to spread into forests, setting dangerous global precedents.
Wet markets are perfect breeding grounds for pathogens that can jump from animals to humans.
Despite industry rhetoric, hydropower is high-cost and high-risk. There are better options for a post-pandemic recovery and a renewable energy future.