That means 96 percent of global palm oil production is now committed to better practices. Next step: making sure the promises are kept.
$800,000 for food-system improvements may be peanuts on a federal scale, but even peanuts can make a difference at the local level.
Climate change is a global injustice that markets won't solve on their own; it will require government intervention and international cooperation.
As Super Typhoon Hagupit bears down on the Philippines, the country's climate commissioner is pleading for action -- and making a few jokes.
Japan spent $1 billion building coal plants in Indonesia and claimed it was "climate financing." Green groups are calling bullsh*t and demanding reform.
Two activists who devised the phrase "Black Lives Matter" discuss its origins -- and why they took their demonstration to the Bay Area's transit system last week.
Lobbying behemoth American Legislative Exchange Council plans to attack environmental protections when Republicans take control of Congress and several state legislatures.
The EPA's proposed power plant regulations will help the American economy, not cripple it, say companies like Ikea, Kellogg’s, and Nestle.
The feds are still letting coal companies mine on public land at far below market rates, contrary to the goals of the president's own climate plan.
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