The company says it'll spend $6.5 million over five years to help Guatemalan farmers grow more sustainable beans.
Australia's Climate Commission says global warming caused its harsh summer of record-breaking heat, floods, and bushfires.
Agricultural poisons are reducing the quality and quantity of sperm in men all over the globe, especially farm workers, according to a new study.
Some New Yorkers fight back against transit austerity by giving each other free subway card swipes.
By 2040, ships could start traveling right across the North Pole, according to new scary research.
The National Women's Bicycling Forum in Washington, D.C., digs in to why ladies only make up about one-quarter of U.S. bike-riders.
Ridership has grown by 55 percent since 1997 and is now at record levels, with over 31 million travelers annually, says a new report from Brookings.
From a carbon tax to investment in air-quality upgrades, China is taking action to clean up its filthy environment.
Is $20 million too much to spend to prevent radioactive fallout in the case of a nuclear accident? Germany, Japan, and other nations say no. American companies say yes.
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