South Sudan's elephants are in danger of being wiped out in five years, if the current rate of ivory poaching continues
Several pounds of wild fish meal are typically needed to produce a single pound of farmed fish—not a very sustainable practice. One company is breeding Black Soldier Flies and feeding the larvae to farmed fish. The larvae eat organic waste, and become high-density protein for the fish, creating an efficient food production system that can also clean the environment. A Nexus Media production for Scientific American.
The turning blades can actually help spark lightning strikes, potentially incapacitating wind turbines