As we infringe on our natural habitats, zoonotic diseases, or those that spread from other animals to humans, may become more common in our society. Here, we explore how common wildlife consumption is in China, rules and regulations, and why the outbreak probably didn’t start by someone eating bat wing soup.
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Happy Earth Day. Plastic pollution in our oceans seems to pose the biggest threat to marine life. A startling statistic from the Ellen McArthur Foundation predicts that plastic will outweigh fish in the ocean by 2050. While some of us have started to make attempts to reduce our individual plastic usage, we may be ignoring an […]
Read More Overfishing is Worse than Plastic Pollution
We typically think of the energy industry, pollution, and transportation as some of the most dangerous sources of environmental degradation. But what if one of the top contributors to climate change was common in our homes and a regular part of our day to day lives? The meat industry uses an incredible amount of resources and […]
Read More Science Made Simple: Animal Agriculture