By 2050, the world is projected to hold 9.6 billion people. These graphics reveal the difficulties this poses -- and possible solutions.
Kiva Labs, which aims to help nonprofits and social enterprises kickstart their green innovations, gets a boost from the tech giant.
Protecting a rapidly disappearing grouse is so important, a massive mitigation banking effort has grown on its behalf.
Healthy, easy to raise and efficient, insects serve as a surprisingly smart alternative to livestock.
The world's biggest palm oil company, which supplies to consumer giants including Unilever and Procter & Gamble, is pledging to halt deforestation.
The Spanish startup's wireless technology is being used by winemakers for improved agricultural production.
Sustainable Agriculture Initiative publishes new guidelines designed to help cut the environmental impact of beef production.
A biogas process being used in Turkey reduces plant operations while providing potato farmers with more sustainable soil nutrients.
A coalition including Green Mountain Coffee helps fund Root Capital's Coffee Farmer Resilience Initiative, which seeks to stabilize supply chains by battling the coffee leaf rust fungus in...
Placing palm oil plantations on degraded land, as opposed to clearing valuable forest, could aid the climate change fight.
One-fourth of the world's crops are grown in water-stressed zones. Here's a closer look at the tension between food and water.
It’s just a simple label, after all. How can it be transformational?
The viral video stands against factory farming. But does its message jibe with how the casual dining chain operates? Chipotle's CMO weighs in.
Cloud-hosted software can help growers make sense of data from agricultural sensors.
By adjusting watering speeds, redirecting sprinklers and addressing evaporation, growers can dramatically reduce water and energy costs.
Del Monte Foods is embracing food metrics for its growers.
The company's goal involves creating a best practices model that others can emulate.
Fashion designers, hydrologists and hackers mixed it up in this competition, which introduced Cleanweb and Social Impact categories.
Today, farmers can get real-time information about everything from the nutrient status of their crops to soil moisture levels.
Companies must understand the deeper connections between the environment and people when planning projects.