Two companies have claimed that their lab-made meat products will be on supermarket shelves by the end of the year. Whether you like the idea or not, meat made by scientists through cellular agriculture is here. So will it save the world? Or will it be a failed fad?
The Slow Fish Melbourne Festival sprung up largely in response to one particular event and its consequences. But 5 years later, the festival has grown into a crucial platform for airing concerns and confronting the many problems surrounding Australian fisheries.
Not all seed banks are vaults to be called upon only in the case of catastrophe. Many are living, active projects rooted in the here and now. Here are a few examples.
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