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Mikael Frödin is a Swedish-born professional fly fisherman turned environmental activist. In 2019 he appeared in the film, Artifishal, to highlight the dangers of open-net salmon farms
The discovery a long ‘tongue’ of ice beneath a glacial lake in Patagonia could have implications for freshwater glacial stability
Biochar was once heralded as a miracle product, one that could both sequester carbon and improve soil conditions. Though it’s found itself out of the limelight in recent years, some scientists are still fighting its corner
An exhibition at the V&A brings together innovations from across the food industry, providing a glimpse of experiments for a more sustainable future
A 50-year look at the activity of aphids, moths, butterflies and birds has revealed some surprising aspects of the UK’s ever-earlier spring
White people’s eating habits in the US have a higher environmental impact than those of black and Latinx individuals, according to a new study

Artifishal by Josh Murphy

In our attempt to control the natural world, humans have made many mistakes. But so too have our attempts to remedy those errors resulted in yet more damage. Such is the case with our treatment of salmon and trout, as Artifishal reveals, a film released by the clothing company Patagonia in tandem with its campaign to ban open net fish farms
Two researchers have identified a deep-rooted sense of disorientation and loneliness among the partners of Australia’s growing community of mobile workers
by Pete Brown • Particular Books • £16.99 (hardback)
A surge in reports of dead hares has resulted in the discovery of a hidden disease in UK populations

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