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In what may be an industry first, Procter & Gamble and the chemical giant join forces to use ethanol made from farm waste in laundry detergent.
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A transition to 39 percent renewables would produce fewer emissions than sticking with fossil fuels, even if raw materials are accounted for.
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The two coffee titans are addressing hunger and poverty in suppliers' communities while delivering value for their companies.
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