A new study provides a framework to boost crop growth by incorporating a strategy adopted from a fast-growing species of green algae.
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If you think the current UN climate chief is bad, wait until you see the new candidates.
Greens offering a compromise? Instead of eating insects every day, on some days we can eat Kangaroo.
They can show up quietly and more deadly in the form of shuttered businesses, unliveable utility bills, and soaring inflation for anything that relies on natural gas as an input.
Beneficial effects of rising CO2 for plants disappear under flooding, 33-year field experiment reveals