The company cites the coal industry's "major transformation" in a public statement.
The link between reduced agricultural irrigation and reduced crop yields is becoming increasingly apparent -- and for a more populous world, an increasing problem.
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A new report from NPR and the Center for Public Integrity finds that an affliction once nearly eradicated is back – and more dangerous than ever.
Apple's new MacBook laptops are hard to take apart, and thus hard to recycle, so they fail to meet one key green standard.
A report from the New York Times makes clear that the organic food industry is dominated by big-name players -- who are also actively working to shift the meaning of "organic."
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And, remarkably, the U.S. produced more electricity from non-fossil fuels than from either natural gas or coal.
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