Science is wonderful, but are bad incentives for scientists making much of what we produce poor quality?
Whilst I was Vienna I started thinking about why the English are so bad at learning languages...
Finally winding down my epic meat blog. What does it all mean?
I couldn't do a blog like this without coming to this at some point.
I've looked at the environmental issues, but what about health? Will being a vegetarian save my life?
I've been bashing meat for a while now, so am I being unfair? Is meat really all that bad? Can we have our meat and eat it too?
If you thought that the impacts of meat were bad, we haven't even tackled the biggest impact: that of animal feed.
Now we're getting to the heart of it, is meat bad for the planet?
Before we look at whether meat is bad for the environment, we first need to understand why it's such a big deal in the first place. Let's take a whistle-stop tour of human history and find out.
Over the next 8 weeks I'm going to look at whether being a vegetarian will really save the planet, let's begin...
I've been finding it hard to balance quantity and quality, how do you balance the two?