Agriculture

Sugar cane production falls to 27-year low in Guyana

Dec 24, 2017

Sugar output in Guyana is expected to fall by nearly a quarter from last year, as the Caribbean trade bloc's largest sugar-producing nation struggles with a decline in demand from the European Union

Tribe will move from shrinking island to farm in Louisiana

Dec 23, 2017

Louisiana officials are planning to move several dozen people from their shrinking island home to a sugar cane farm

Legal pot in California brings host of environmental rules

Dec 22, 2017

California pot growers choosing to go legal in the New Year will face a host of new environmental rules.

Rohingya survivors: Myanmar's army slaughtered men, children

Dec 21, 2017

Myanmar's Rohingya describe ruthless army massacre that offers evidence Myanmar forces have systematically killed civilians

Mass recall of French-made baby milk over salmonella fears

Dec 21, 2017

A tainted baby milk scandal affecting some 30 countries is growing, as French dairy giant Lactalis recalled millions more products globally because of fears of salmonella contamination

High-speed internet to bring big change in remote Alaska

Dec 21, 2017

The days of snail-speed internet connections are numbered for several far-flung communities in Alaska

Pulp giant stirs new conflicts with Indonesian villagers

Dec 21, 2017

Less than five years after it pledged to end dozens of disputes over land and gain local consent for new plantations in Indonesia, one of the world's largest paper companies is backsliding on those vows.

Trump commutes sentence of kosher meatpacking executive

Dec 21, 2017

President Donald Trump has commuted the prison sentence of an Iowa kosher meatpacking executive who was sentenced to 27 years behind bars for money laundering

Big vs. boutique: Battle brews in California weed business

Dec 20, 2017

As legal pot nears in California, a rivalry is developing between big operators and boutique growers and sellers

AP Exclusive: Pulp giant tied to companies accused of fires

Dec 20, 2017

AP Exclusive: Indonesian paper giant Sinarmas is linked to opaque network of shell companies that own plantations accused of stealing lands and starting forest fires

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