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California feedlot drought

Making meat sustainable: ‘Intensive’ livestock farms more ecological than the ‘natural’ alternative

Breakthrough Institute | 
As global demand for meat grows, the environmental “hoofprint” of livestock production could grow, too. Demand-side strategies are unlikely to ...

Fish-farmed genetically modified salmon could help alleviate overexploited wild fisheries

Slate | 
Seafood remains one of the last types of foods that we harvest from the wild at a commercial level, and ...

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