Should You Opt for Organic Food? Let’s see the Pros and Cons of Going Organic

Shahid Ibrahim

May 5, 2023

As we all know everything has its perks and drawbacks, advantages and disadvantages, benefits and harm, so is the case with organic food.

Sustainable Energy for Drying

Ahmad Addictors

April 27, 2022

Food drying has been practiced for centuries, but traditional methods such as air drying or other unimproved processes must now be replaced by modern solar drying techniques in order to meet market standards.


GMO, Organic vs Non-GMO Is There a Difference? What does it matter?

Intengine's Writer Community

December 7, 2021

There is increasing opposition to the use of Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs). Learn about the concerns of the scientific community and consumers.

ECO Canada Opens Science Horizons Youth Internship Program for 2021 and 2022 Placements


November 15, 2021

Calgary, AB - ECO Canada, the steward for Canada’s environmental workforce, has announced it is running the Science Horizons Youth Internship Program for 2021-22, supporting Canadian companies in hiring junior talent. The program is funded through Environment and Climate Change Canada.


Recycling Alternative’s On-site Composting Technology is a Game-changer

Recycling Alternative

September 16, 2021

When Metro Vancouver officially introduced a ban on food waste to landfills, there was a need for waste management companies to expand into food waste management. The already established leader, Recycling Alternative developed a solution to manage food waste in urban areas.


Food waste could be converted into batteries

Sustainability Matters

September 15, 2021

As the world works toward economically and environmentally friendly ways to power the devices that people use daily, two US researchers are investigating how food waste and its associated biomass can be converted into rechargeable batteries. There is a heavy reliance on graphite — a limited resource — to make battery anodes, the negative terminals on batteries. Demand for reusable batteries


Should we have an IPCC for food?

Sustainability Matters

September 6, 2021

The first ever United Nations Food Systems Summit (UNSS), taking place on 23 September, aims to deliver progress on all 17 of the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals through a food systems approach, leveraging the interconnectedness of food systems to global challenges such as hunger, climate change, poverty and inequality. It has been said that the summit could be as historic to food system


Five New Sustainable Packaging Materials and One That Is Not

Intengine's Writer Community

August 30, 2021

As we become more aware, the story of packaging is taking a turn toward eco-friendly options. The global attention to alternative material technologies and the early adopters' companies are not surprisingly peaking consumers' attention and feeding a new industry.    


Making environmental offsets appealing to winegrowers

Sustainability Matters

August 18, 2021

Planet Earth is facing a climate emergency. Rising global temperatures fuelled by greenhouse gas emissions have already had devastating consequences, including bushfires, drought, heatwaves and loss of wildlife and livelihoods. To tackle this emergency on a local scale, UQ School of Economics researchers Associate Professor Ian MacKenzie and Associate Professor Lana Friesen have partnered with the


Sustainable agriculture is the future of farming – here’s why

Grist News

August 17, 2021

When it comes to competing against forces of gentrification and big agribusiness in the name of food equity, small farmers and urban farms have a lot in common.