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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.Read More
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.Read More
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.Read More
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.Read More
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.Read More
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.Read More
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.Read More
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.Read More
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.Read More
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.Read More