By: Amzad Ali, age 15 A recent study published in the journal Biological Conservation shows a steep and steady decline in insects. The study says that more than 40 percent of insect species are disappearing globally and a third of species are endangered. The main sources of this decline are industrial-scale, intensive agriculture and climate …
Scientists are projecting that global warming will have serious effects on global wheat crops.
Think the Midwest drought doesn’t affect you? Think again.
Much of the food we eat is produced for the lowest cost possible often at the expense of safety and the environment.