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  1. How farmers, millers, bakers and brewers are reinventing bread
    Rock stars in the world of grains are drawing attention to old-school ingredients, and getting attention from names such as Whole Foods and Chipotle.
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  2. Mapping the future of meat — and what it means for sustainability
    As more people eat more meat, quantity is not the only concern; the nature of the beast makes a difference, too.
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  3. Everybody hates wasting food — so why do we do it, and how can we stop?
    When it comes to reducing consumer food waste, guilt doesn’t cut it. Here’s what does.
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  4. Will Ben & Jerry's carbon price help moove markets?
    The iconic ice cream brand's chief executive Jostein Solheim speaks about its efforts to combat climate change.
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  5. Exxon, VW and beyond: The sustainable business turkeys of 2015
    It's been a busy year for big corporate climate commitments, but that doesn't mean there was any shortage of bad actors.
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  6. Tapping into Nature: Materials that matter
    Growing leather, foam and bricks; mimicking sharkskin and mussels. These are just a few new ways to reinvent the way we make things.
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  7. The green business wishlist for a Paris climate agreement
    A coalition led by advocacy group We Mean Business coalition has sent text proposals to key negotiators ahead of the COP21 Paris climate talks.
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  8. 5 reasons why U.S. climate action is accelerating
    Recent evidence shows that although the United States is the world’s second-largest GHG emitter, the country has laid out the ground work to accelerate its sustainability efforts.
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  9. Why green building is red hot
    Green building construction accounts for 38 percent of new jobs in the so-called green economy and 33 percent of all construction jobs. Here's a look at why this boom is happening.
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  10. Stranded assets may add up to $2.2 trillion — blame COP21?
    In the United States alone, $412 billion in planned oil, coal and gas projects may never be viable, according to Carbon Tracker.
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