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Food and Sustainability
A monthlong series by GreenBiz senior writer Marc Gunther on the environmental and social aspects of food.
- It's a research-heavy week here at ICYMI HQ, with studies detailing everything from profiles of ESG professionals to solutions for sustainable cities.
- Food and beverage manufacturers are finding success with the all-encompassing “landscape approach."
- Organic flowers can be a tough sell, with higher short-term costs for growers and higher prices for buyers. Here’s how Organic Bouquet makes it work.
- New York hackathon aims to help bring sustainable meat to the masses.
- The palm oil industry, accounting for $19.8 billion of exports from Indonesia alone, faces major environmental challenges. New tools could help companies produce it more sustainably.
- With the call in the EU for more scientific evidence on health effects and U.S. critics taking labeling to the ballot, the GMO debate has hit a turning point. How should biotech companies proceed?
- Meet sustainable coffee trader Sue Garnett.
- Plants -- the green, leafy things, not factories -- are key to feeding the hungry and fueling vehicles sustainably. Here's a look at Donald Danforth Plant Science Center, which is tackling some...
- The company talks more about why it's setting a zero emissions goal for its offices and factories by 2040, and how its sustainable sourcing goals could have a big impact on the way cocoa is grown.
- Could charging Starbucks customers for their paper cup prompt them to bring in a mug instead?