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  • Why Apple is buying 36,000 acres of forest

    Apple is partnering with The Conversation Fund to preserve two large tracts of forest and promote sustainable paper. Some businesses are recognizing the importance of their role, as well as see the profit, in promoting environmental sustainability.

  • Carly Fiorina: Fix climate change with innovation, not regulation

    Likely 2016 GOP candidate Carly Fiorina says regulation to curb climate change won't be as effective as innovation, especially if the developing world is reluctant to scale back carbon pollution from high-emission sources like coal.

  • India is reaping the rewards of cheap oil

    India will outstrip China in economic growth this year, according to a new IMF report, due to a recipe of policy reforms, an increase in investment, and lower oil prices.

  • Why Apple is investing in Chinese solar power

    The Chinese solar power project will produce more than the amount of energy consumed by Apple's 19 corporate offices and 21 retail stores in China and Hong Kong. Apple says it uses renewable energy for 87 percent of the power at its facilities worldwide.

  • Is hard-to-reach energy slowing down economic growth?

    Since the early 20th Century, the amount of energy required to produce new energy has skyrocketed. That puts a drag on the economy, Cobb writes, as more and more resources are devoted to keeping up with energy demand.

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