New £17.5m fund launched to promote sustainable farming

The government programme is looking to grow technologies and ideas that will help the sector reach net zero

McDonald’s pledges to reach net zero from beef to light bulbs

Shropshire will become home to the first McDonald’s restaurant that will be built according to UK industry net zero standards

Can gene editing protect the environment?

Government is supporting gene editing in farming to create more sustainable produce and protect biodiversity

Robots farm more sustainably than humans

A California-based company is developing an artificial intelligence solution to the carbon footprint of agriculture

‘All cows will be using toilets in a few years’ – for the climate…

A new study reveals that if 80% of cows were potty-trained, it could cut ammonia emissions by up to 50%

Nearly 20 cattle firms ‘generate more emissions than Britain, Germany or France’

Meat production is forecast to increase by 40 million tonnes by 2029, according to a new research

Stiesdal launches test plant for carbon-negative green fuels

The company estimates its SkyClean technology has the potential to provide a reduction of 12m tons of CO2 equivalent for Denmark

Land-based ‘carbon removal’ schemes are ‘dangerous distraction’ from real net zero

Oxfam alleges that governments and companies are hiding behind ‘unreliable, unproven and unrealistic’ carbon removal schemes

‘Meat products must be taxed to reflect negative impacts upon society’

Ethan Brown believes the tax will help people cut down on their meat consumption and boost research on plant-based proteins

Better managed peatlands ‘could slash half a billion tonnes of CO2’

Peatlands occupy just 3% of the global land surface, but they store approximately 650 billion tonnes of carbon