As a kid, I loved watching animal documentaries, particularly those which involved the African savanna. The narrators were outright enthusiastic, the view I saw was stunningly beautiful, while the animals themselves were both fascinating and intriguing.
And yet, if one were to look at such a landscape as one of the inhabitants, it would truly be a terrifying place.
Day and night, predators and prey have a go at a game of cat-and-mouse. Predators lurk in the cover of the terrain, while preys would have to be on their guard all day.
Getting up from your bed, you turn off your air-conditioner while making a beeline for the refrigerator. Grabbing your breakfast, you browse your phone for any regular updates on local news or even reddit. Shortly after brushing your teeth and dressing up, you finally head out for your 9 to 5 work.
And yet, when we think about Energy, our minds only revolve around that of Electricity. What about that of space heating and cooling to keep ourselves comfortable, as well as that of transport fuels, the very thing which powers most of our vehicles?
Energy is present everywhere in…
In the previous article, we have explored the numerous causes of concern of industrial agriculture, such as its water and carbon footprint, as well as its ecological impact in terms of dead zones, deforestation and the buildup of Anti-Microbial Resistance (AMR).
In this article, we will prove that industrial agriculture is not a necessary evil to meeting rising demands, and solutions such as free-range grazing and mixed farming are actually more economically and ecologically viable. In addition, we will explore other options through which we can create a sustainable food future.
During our childhood, when the word “farms” come to…
A behind-the-scenes look at our day-to-day meat products
Imagine spending your whole life living in a square metre. For the rest of your days, you will be eating, drinking, sleeping, and most likely suffering in that tiny space of yours. And if that wasn’t bad enough, you will be sharing the same room and the same roof with about 30,000 of your other companions, never to feel the warmth of the sun nor the cool breeze of the wind.
Is this truly a live worth living for?