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Nobel Peace Prize winner Kofi Annan discusses the necessity of boosting Africa’s food supply in the coming decades.

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Is big Ag shooting itself in the foot with its anti-labeling campaigning?

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Evidence is mounting that green buildings have a positive effect on health outcomes for tenants, but more research is needed.
This Montana cattle ranch is trying to ensure its operations benefit wildlife – and yes, that means wolves, too.
Nobel Peace Prize winner Kofi Annan discusses the necessity of boosting Africa’s food supply in the coming decades.
It’s a great idea, which could be even better by including wind, solar and geothermal.
But the Climate Bonds Initiative predicts a big second-half boost of issuance activity on way to $70-billion target.
Seven years ago, the former U.S. VP was mostly a bearer of bad news. Today, he’s buoyed by talk of solutions and action.

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U.S. corporate leaders commit $140 billion to support UN climate change goals.

Book Review

They're not against eating meat, but the authors of the new book Cowed argue there are sound reasons for eating less beef.
The EKo Pwòp microgrid will provide clean, reliable power to 430 homes and businesses in Southern Haiti.
From wildfires in B.C. to floods in Calgary, the nature of the job is changing. Are resources keeping up?
Research on carbon-cycle feedbacks suggests we have less wiggle room to turn the climate ship around.
Forward-looking cities are beginning to use data to support city goals and objectives.
Tiny Farms co-founder Daniel Imrie-Situnayake is helping to lay the groundwork for industrial-scale insect production in U.S.
Canada could become a purveyor of horse buggies and whips in the 21st century, warns Jules Kortenhorst.