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Corporations turn green amid rising climate concern

by Nova Safo Jan 21, 2020
Starbucks is the latest company to announce aplans to address climate change.
A sign on display outside Starbucks's annual general meeting in 2018.
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BlackRock's new investment strategy: sustainability

by Meghan McCarty Carino Jan 14, 2020
The world's largest money manager now sees climate change as investment risk.
Larry Fink, CEO of BlackRock, said that climate risk is “compelling investors to reassess core assumptions about modern finance.”
Michael Cohen/Getty Images for The New York Times

The year in the tech economy

by Molly Wood Dec 30, 2019
That was challenging. Now for tech's next act...
In 2019, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg influenced our discourse, our privacy, our ideas about speech — free or otherwise — and our spending habits.
Josh Edelson/AFP/Getty Images

Chevron's nearly $11B write-down reflects weak demand and low oil and gas prices

by Scott Tong Dec 11, 2019
Some energy companies are questioning whether they can wait out the current dip in prices.
Chevron noted challenges in natural gas fields in the Marcellus Shale formation and in deepwater oilfields in the Gulf of Mexico.
Joe Raedle/Getty Images

The sun finally shines on one of the world’s most northerly vineyards — because of climate change

by Stephen Beard Nov 22, 2019
Higher temperatures have transformed the fortunes of the English wine industry, including Renishaw Hall in Derbyshire.
Climate change is credited with improving winemaking conditions to Northern England.
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Airlines face a new threat: the climate-conscious train traveler

by Rebecca Rosman Nov 13, 2019
According to a recent survey, one in five travelers say they are flying less out of concern for the environment. Should airlines be worried?

What your chocolate bar has to do with deforestation

by Andie Corban and Kai Ryssdal Nov 8, 2019
Steven Mufson of The Washington Post explains why companies are struggling to farm cocoa sustainably.
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Climate change is fermenting the wine industry

by Bennett Purser and Kai Ryssdal Nov 6, 2019
Warmer temperatures are pushing wineries to new northern territories. Elin McCoy of Bloomberg News explains.
Murre Sofrakis, the winemaker at Fladie vineyard in southern Sweden.
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Why dwindling bee populations are threatening U.S. agriculture

by David Brancaccio, Erika Soderstrom, and Daniel Shin Oct 23, 2019
Beekeeper and director of the documentary "The Pollinators," Peter Nelson, talks about the costly bee pollination industry, its importance in our agricultural system and why it's under threat.
A beekeeper in South Dakota loads bee hives onto a truck for transport.
Courtesy of Peter Nelson

Exxon Mobil goes on trial for allegedly defrauding investors about climate change risk

by Scott Tong Oct 22, 2019
The gas and oil giant used two sets of books, the New York attorney general's office alleges.
The oil and gas giant is on trial for committing fraud over climate change risk. Above, an Exxon gas station in Burbank, California.
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