That means 96 percent of global palm oil production is now committed to better practices. Next step: making sure the promises are kept.
$800,000 for food-system improvements may be peanuts on a federal scale, but even peanuts can make a difference at the local level.
Fracking company Baker Hughes painted 1,000 drill bits pink to support the Susan G. Komen Foundation. Yep: no hypocrisy there.
Intelligence Squared takes on a contentious issue in a clear way, and the resulting video makes for a great primer on GMOs.
Japan spent $1 billion building coal plants in Indonesia and claimed it was "climate financing." Green groups are calling bullsh*t and demanding reform.
One could say, if one were particularly forward-thinking in the most pessimistic way, that we might be in the market for another planet.
The government's rosy predictions about natural gas are wrong, suggests a new analysis.
The EPA's proposed power plant regulations will help the American economy, not cripple it, say companies like Ikea, Kellogg’s, and Nestle.
A California company is fixing to fill up urban nooks and crannies with plugin farming systems.
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