Bold new commitment will see the tech giant charge an internal carbon fee not just on emissions from its direct operations, but on those of its supply chain.
There remains such a disconnect between what the world needs and what Silicon Valley is producing.
Collaboration could lead to better outcomes for corporate climate goals.
From high-tech indoor farms in France and Singapore to mobile apps connecting urban growers and eaters in India and the United States, here are more than a dozen initiatives using tech, entrepreneurship, and social innovation to change urban agriculture.
The transportation tectonics are shifting — and everything from software to sensors to machine learning are offering new opportunities.
What will it take to support sustainable agriculture in the United States? A new generation, for starters.
A new report shows how some companies and academic research labs are applying extrusion, 3D printing and cellular agriculture to produce meat alternatives.
Articial intelligence and big data may help produce more food, use less water, limit resource consumption, redirect food waste and reduce food prices.
A few numbers — 96 percent less land, 87 percent less water, and 89 percent low GHG emissions.
From increasing fish survival rates and helping consumers make decisions about what they eat, there's room for improvement.