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Palm oil defines the world's struggle to make more food and consumer goods products while mitigating their impact on people. So, who are the leaders in the push for more fairly produced palm oil, and who are the laggards that are falling behind?
In a survey conducted by CDP, 1 in 5 large firms now set an internal carbon price -- a spike up by 23 percent from 2015.
Despite zero-deforestation pledges, some palm oil companies continue with deforestation and the denial of human rights in Indonesia, say a group of environmental organizations.
Collusion between property management companies and the largest internet service providers in the U.S. often leaves citizens paying outrageous premiums for substandard internet access.
As an Edmunds survey reveals, loyalty to hybrid cars is falling. And more people are trading in their hybrids for SUVs than ever before. But does this really spell disaster for the industry?
An IRENA study claims that if renewables can reach 36 percent of the world’s energy portfolio by 2030, that increase could add up to $1.3 trillion, or another 1.1 percent, to the global economy.
Boyan Slat, a 20-year-old Dutch national, believes he has invented a system that can help confront the growing crisis of plastic trash in the oceans.
Heidi & Adèle design handbags and wallets using more sustainable options than conventional leather, including salmon skin.
Hyundai and Kia will boost the models of green cars threefold by 2020 in response to a settlement with the EPA over lowballing some models' GHG emissions.
While cities only take up a few percentage points of the earth’s total landmass, they contribute up to 80% of the world’s emitted carbon. Yet they will hold the answers to climate change.
While the athletic feats will surely be impressive and the two weeks will have their share of melodrama, I am giving Sochi 2014 a miss.
Having been here less than a month, I was lucky to take a break from Abu Dhabi and spend my birthday with friends in Dubai for the weekend.