In an effort to find a way to feed farmed fish more efficiently, one startup has turned to an unlikely source: carbon dioxide.
As lab-grown meat is slow to gain widespread acceptance, one Japanese entrepreneur is turning to a unique method to normalize the product: giving meat-growing machines to high school students.
Could bananas become extinct again? That's what James Dale, an Australia professor and scientist, is hoping to avoid as he research hows to prevent the fruit from falling under another wave of Panama disease called "Tropical Race 4."
Singapore Airlines wants to start feeding passengers food grown locally in the countries they fly to, as a way to make flying more sustainable—and delicious.
Calling themselves a "revolutionary farm," the Dutch company Kipster has employed a handful of green methods to create the world's first carbon-neutral egg.
McDonald's, the world's biggest fast food giant, will be doing a trial run of a new vegan burger in Finland for two months. If successful, the product could see worldwide distribution to attract the growing vegan community.
Researchers have discovered that once people decide to move away from conventional farming products, the preference for organic grows exponentially—and it sticks.
The UK World Wildlife Fund has released a report detailing that we eat more protein that required, which leads to more deforestation for feed growth. Solutions to this problem include limiting our diet and giving animals sustainable alternatives.
A genetic engineering startup has developed a technology with the power to transform agriculture as we know it: a self-fertilizing plant.
"Fake food" and its long lists of chemicals generally has a bad reputation, but a former flavorist is hoping to change the conversation. His startup, Nonfood, is creating artificial food with algae to showcase how healthy synthetic options can be.
The first farm in the world to plant, tend, and harvest a crop with only autonomous vehicles and drones has just harvested its first crop, setting the stage for farmerless farms across the world.
Five and 20, a combination brewery, winery, and distillery in New York, teamed up with TimberFish to create a sustainable seafood farming process to recycle waste. It'll provide savings from hauling garbage off the property.
As rural populations shrink and small farms struggle to survive, farmers in Japan are turning to a new a crop: cloud ear mushrooms, grown under the solar panels that are replacing farms throughout the country.
Researchers in Antarctica are building a high-tech, 135-square-foot greenhouse to provide scientists with fresh produce year-round, in spite of their harsh climate and freezing temperatures.
China struck a $300 million deal with Israel to import lab-grown meats in an effort to cut meat consumption in the country in half, as well as address some of its biggest environmental issues.