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At Ford, she made sustainability non-threatening. Next, she will tackle Keurig Green Mountain's big recycling challenge.
Water and arable land grow scarcer even as the world's population swells. Feeding the future requires smarter agriculture.
Demand for coffee is growing while climate change poses supply challenges. Here's what big players are doing to keep the coffee flowing.
This birds-eye imagery service helps farmers watch online for water stress or disease, without the legwork.
Some uncommon grains have environmental advantages that could be beneficial in a changing world — but making the uncommon common can be difficult.
Monarch butterflies are dwindling. Humans can rectify that.
To protect land from the impacts of climate change, improved soil practices may be key.
Soybean production has transformed Brazil's rainforest. Here's how one program seeks to help sustainability pros tackle the problem.
When drought strikes a water-stressed region, it devastates agriculture and the economy. Raising awareness is the first step toward water security.
There's a lot of waste between farm and plate, and that creates greenhouse gases. Here's how we can waste less, eat better and breathe easier.
By teaming up with The Nature Conservancy, this leading agricultural company has helped to mitigate deforestation in Brazil.
Here's how a Michigan farmer's daughter is leading the way to connect local food growers with hospitals for better food in healthcare.
These three factors impact soy production and every other global food industry.
As restaurant chains target more sustainable beef, a Colombia livestock program shows how to reduce emissions and produce more food per acre.
The chocolate makers lead the pack in helping poor farmers make more money and improve their standards of living.
Nike, Coca-Cola, Levi Strauss and Microsoft are working to curb water-guzzling practices in textiles, bottling, irrigation and beyond.
BrightFarms and grocery chain Giant are partnering to build a 100,000-square-foot greenhouse to grow produce for the Washington, D.C., area.
A big retailer, a scrappy startup and a third-party fair trade certifier weigh in on sourcing organic, fair trade, eco-friendly flowers.
In the Canary Islands, El Hierro has made significant sustainability strides by adopting, among other initiatives, an innovative hybrid hydro-wind system.
Data from the International Food Policy Research Institute validates the role of new farming technologies in the face of climate change.