- 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.
A new alliance among tea giants including Unilever and Tata Global Beverages aims to address climate and other threats.
McDonald's, General Mills and other mega-companies are satisfying a hunger to solve increasingly complex food issues.
Whole Foods, Chipotle and Tyson are taking proactive measures to improve sustainable production models.
With a water crisis looming, this effort seeks to tackle the food-energy-water nexus head on with governments and businesses.
Shareholders withdraw resolution after world's largest meat processor asks contract farmers to improve housing standards for pigs.
By working together, companies are driving change within sectors and supply chains.
It's too easy to think that energy, water, air, food security and public health problems are too complex to tackle.
By 2019, Sonoma County Winegrowers aims to achieve this ambitious goal by addressing water quality, land use, carbon emissions and more.
From tech dominance to food struggles, these 2013 developments could prove very significant in the years and decades to come.
A breakdown of some elements found in the food service giant's inaugural report.
Innovation, collaboration and consumer engagement will help address enormous food challenges in the new year.
The Golden Arches is planning a move to 'sustainable beef.' Here's a collection of reactions to the story GreenBiz broke.
Put 350 ranchers and beef producers in a conference room. Add environmental activists. Stir. Is it a recipe for success?
There's no straight path from ranch to restaurant. That will complicate McDonald's vision of getting to 100 percent sustainable beef.
The fast-food giant is committing to purchase sustainable beef. Is it biting off more than it can chew?
The latest GlobeScan and SustainAbility Issues Survey provides industry-specific insights on accountability and urgency.
By the end of the 1980s, Varese Ligure was becoming a dying town. Then its mayor embraced environmental stewardship, and everything changed.
By 2050, the world is projected to hold 9.6 billion people. These graphics reveal the difficulties this poses -- and possible solutions.
From crowdfunding to geomapping resources, here are five ways the Internet and mobile apps will shape decision-making in the year to come.
We asked sustainability execs from McDonald's, MillerCoors, AT&T and more to reflect on 2013 and look ahead to 2014. Here’s what they had to say.