by Natasha Geiling Nov 20, 2015
The genetically engineered salmon can grow to market size in half the time than conventionally farmed salmon, raising concerns about what might happen should the salmon escape into the wild.
by Natasha Geiling Oct 11, 2015
What does it take for a country to go 100 percent organic?
by Katie Valentine Oct 8, 2015
When the federal government releases its updated dietary guidelines this year, one highly-publicized aspect of them will be missing.
by Samantha Page Sep 23, 2015
Will corporations lead us into a low-carbon future?
by Igor Volsky & Victoria Fleischer Sep 22, 2015
How Pope Francis is leading the way.
by Natasha Geiling Jul 15, 2015 Updated: Jul 15, 2015
A new food trend is taking root at baseball stadiums across the country, and it's more interested in health and sustainability than in beer and hot dogs.
by Natasha Geiling Jul 14, 2015
A new report from Greenpeace ranks retailers on the sustainability of their seafood programs.
by Katie Valentine May 13, 2015
Will the government acknowledge the environment in dietary guidelines, or will it leave the data out -- a move the meat industry is pushing hard for?
by Ari Phillips May 11, 2015
Apple and the World Wildlife Fund are joining forces in China to help make Apple's paper packaging renewable.
by Natasha Geiling Apr 20, 2015
Creating material from plastic ocean debris is just one way Adidas is trying to become a more sustainable fashion company.