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The president of Rainforest Alliance, a prolific certifier of sustainable goods, explores the real-world impact of sustainability labels.
The food manufacturer reveals plans to trace all palm oil back to plantations by end of 2015.
Nigel Topping, executive director of CDP, explains why and how the nonprofit has branched out into water and forests.
Like commodity certification, incentives can be part of the puzzle for keeping forests and livelihoods intact.
Some of the biggest deal-makers in conservation and banking want to bring investing in nature beyond the realm of charity. Enter NatureVest.
Once notorious for greenwashing and poor forest management, APP sticks to its Forest Conservation policy — and makes a new commitment to restore and protect forests.
Soybean production has transformed Brazil's rainforest. Here's how one program seeks to help sustainability pros tackle the problem.
The managing director of Asia Pulp & Paper talks about the need to work with others on the road to a zero-deforestation future.
The company has caved to pressure from Greenpeace to source palm oil sustainably. But does its vow go far enough?
By teaming up with The Nature Conservancy, this leading agricultural company has helped to mitigate deforestation in Brazil.
These three factors impact soy production and every other global food industry.
The food company has announced two major policies focused on greener palm oil.
Execs from Asia Pulp & Paper, The Forest Trust and Greenpeace discuss their effort to curb deforestation in Indonesia and beyond.
Shareowner resolution withdrawn after Kellogg's agrees to new sourcing policy and to respect human rights.
The World Resources Institute launches a major initiative to detect illegal logging in near real time.
The Brazilian makeup giant is working hard to confront the environmental issues that come from fast international growth.
A movement is afoot to help cosmopolitan species thrive, with help from surveys and tools like i-Tree and eBird.
Forget the empty rhetoric. The new year should be about demonstrable, measurable action.
From shifting paper-mill sourcing to cautiously embracing offsets, here's how the publishing company is working to reduce carbon emissions 65 percent by 2019.
Nike, eBay and others led the charge on designing apps and services that helped to drive change over the past year.