This Is How Much Food The World Wastes
March 04 2014 10:45 AM EST
What's more, the number of daily calories lost per person varies from 400 calories a day to 1500 calories a day in the developed world.
EPA Leans Against Alaska Pebble Project
March 02 2014 10:53 AM EST
A 404(c) review of the project could signal the end of what might have been North America’s largest open pit mine.
Is China Trying To Control The World's Grain Supply?
February 28 2014 5:53 PM EST
China's largest state-owned grain trader is buying a 51-percent stake in Nidera NV.
Google Sows Seeds For Google Glass Applications In Agriculture
February 27 2014 2:51 PM EST
Google’s much-hyped electronic frames could be of use to farmers.
Big Data On The Farm: FarmLogs CEO Q&A
February 26 2014 3:06 PM EST
FarmLogs helps farmers optimize harvests with modern mobile technology.
Tomorrow’s Wheat Today: What Bayer Is Up To
February 25 2014 11:43 AM EST
Bayer CropScience Ltd. is working on a stronger, better type of wheat, while others are focusing on soybean and corn.
Arctic Gold Mining: Risks And Rewards
February 24 2014 11:27 AM EST
Agnico-Eagle Mines’ Meadowbank gold mine saw record production in 2013.
Fuelcaster.com: A New Website To Predict Gas Prices
February 24 2014 12:20 AM EST
The website claims it can tell users -- with 90 percent accuracy -- whether to buy gas in that area now or wait until the next day.
What's Behind China's Factory Weakness?
February 20 2014 10:02 AM EST
The monthly stat has become increasingly important to investors and economists around the world.
Thailand's Rice-Fueled Banking Scare Woes Continue
February 18 2014 2:12 PM EST
A number of state banks have experienced a bank run; one bank saw close to $1 billion in withdrawals in a single day.
A Tale Of Two Gold Markets
February 18 2014 11:24 AM EST
Consumer-based gold demand hit new records in 2013, even as investors fled the precious metal.
Chinese Gold In 2013: An Extraordinary Year For Imports, Consumption, & Production
February 18 2014 3:51 AM EST
China produced, consumed and imported record amounts of gold in 2013.
Chinese Poultry Producers Cry ‘Fowl’ Over Bird-Flu Coverage
February 15 2014 5:53 PM EST
What is causing the sudden losses in the poultry industry there?
Commodities Make Modest Comeback In Early 2014
February 14 2014 3:59 PM EST
Global natural resources performed better than sluggish stocks and bonds for the year to date.
Q&A: Professor Talks About Forecasting Shale Reserves
February 14 2014 2:33 PM EST
Dr. John Lee heads research about forecasting reserves of oil and gas in unconventional formations at the University of Houston.
Is This Kenyan Flower Company Worth A $5M Bet?
February 14 2014 12:38 PM EST
A South African private equity firm recently bought a $5 million stake in a Kenyan flower company. Here’s why.
For Animal Rights Activists, A Win In Nestlé Case
February 14 2014 9:19 AM EST
Four dairy farmers charged with animal abuse could end up in prison.
Commodities Could See Fall-Out From Emerging Markets Unrest
February 13 2014 3:23 PM EST
Gold, platinum and soybeans are among those markets most at risk, Goldman Sachs said.
Is China's Grain Independence Over?
February 13 2014 2:51 PM EST
China may soon depend on imports to feed its demand for corn, just like soybeans.
A Commodity Price Fall That's Hit US Corn Farmers
February 13 2014 11:00 AM EST
As corn prices hit a near five-year low, farmers are struggling as their land becomes less valuable.