Animal Products / Article / Communications / Policy

Communicating animal science to the general public

The current (July 2015) issue of Animal Frontiers, ‘Communicating the Animal Sciences Effectively’, focuses on the challenges associated with how best to communicate animal science information with policymakers, the public, and students. Communicating effectively with these stakeholder groups is critical to the future of the livestock and poultry industries. Continue reading

Animal Production / Article / Directorate / Food Security / FSZ / ILRI / Livestock / Nutrition / SLS / Trade

Animal production and global food security: Livelihoods for poor owners and food for rich consumers

The January 2013 issue of Animal Frontiers looks at the contribution of animal production to global food security. The first of two special issues edited by Maggie Gill, this issue ‘takes a high-level perspective, exploring the relationship between people and animals (including fish) in developing countries, through trade and particularly in terms of nutrition’. Articles … Continue reading

Animal Production / Climate Change / Environment / Livestock / Value Chains

Animal Frontiers: From fork to farm – the carbon footprint in animal agriculture

The inaugural issue of a new journal – Animal Frontiers‘ – has just been launched by the American Society of Animal Science (ASAS), the European Federation of Animal Science (EAAP), and the Canadian Society of Animal Science (CSAS). Each issue will consist of invited peer-reviewed articles that present several international perspectives on the status of … Continue reading