Dunkin's dumping the stuff from its donuts, Norway's draining it from its investments, and palm-oil producers are left holding the greasy bag.
While states debate the merits of labeling GMO foods, grocery stores lead the way by voluntarily honoring customers' right to know what they're eating.
Attempts at turning a desert into a greenhouse have serious consequences for Mediterranean sea life.
The vast majority of federal loans to rebuild in New York City and New Jersey post-Sandy are going to properties in flood zones.
A bipartisan Senate bill would help the EPA and local communities clean up contaminated sites -- good news for the economy and the environment.
If the mayor gets his way, the desert town of Lancaster in Southern California would set a precedent for other sunny cities.
So much for the oil giant's "Beyond Petroleum" branding and sunburst logo. Meanwhile, Chinese solar companies are having troubles of their own.
A new study finds the decline in wild bees is bad news for agriculture, while domesticated bees continue to face a host of troubles.
The main producer of the pink-slime beef product says it has "no other choice" but to go after ABC for $1.2 billion. That's billion, with a B.
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