This article contributes to SDGs 2, 12 and 13 by investigating the willingness of omnivores to introduce mixed (beef-vegetable protein) and 100% vegetable protein products into their diet.
This article supports SDGs 2, 12, and 13 by explaining how more diverse crop rotations yield benefits across all growing conditions and accelerate maize yield gains over time.
This article addresses goals 7, 9 and 13 by presenting a novel methodology to integrate both CO2 mitigation goals and the impacts of climate change into simulations of a power system expansion.
Remote Sensing helps fill data gaps and improve spatio-temporal transferability of projections, informing environmental interventions and policies towards achieving the SDGs.
Existing Earth Observation datasets can underpin spatial analyses of nature's contributions to SDGs.
Elsevier,

Trends in Food Science & Technology, Volume 97, March 2020, Pages 443-450

Cultured meat has emerged as a breakthrough technology for the global food industry, which was considered as a potential solution to mitigate serious environmental, sustainability, global public health, and animal welfare concerns in the near future. Contributing to SDGs 2, 12 and 13, this article examines the characteristics of cultured meat and summarises the current technological challenges and their possible solutions.
Elsevier,

One Earth, Review, Volume 2, Issue 2, p. 143-156, February 21 2020

This article addresses goals 10, 11, and 13 by showing how to build resilience to the impacts of climate change in informal settlements, focusing on those located in cities in low- and middle-income countries and how these settlements concentrate at-risk populations.
Elsevier,

Veterinary Anaesthesia and Analgesia, Volume 46, Issue 4, July 2019, Pages 409-420.

This paper looks at a number of ways that veterinary anaesthetists can reduce their environmental impact, including by minimizing release of halogenated anaesthetics (which are potent greenhouse gases). This relates to SDGs 12 and 13.
Nitrate and lipids have been recognized as effective dietary additives to reduce enteric methane (CH4) production. The objective of this experiment was to evaluate the effects of nitrate and canola oil, alone or in combination, on enteric CH4, volatile fatty acid (VFA) concentrations, digesta kinetics and outflow of DM and microbial non-ammonia nitrogen (MicNAN) from the rumen of cattle. The article contributes to SDG 13.
Impacts of rearing goats for milk production are analysed and more environmentally-friendly options are suggested to further SDGs 12 and 13.

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