DuPont, Zurich Chase $135 Billion Climate Market as Warming Forces Change

November 28, 2010 § Leave a comment

Crops better able to resist drought can help DuPont expand its $8.2 billion agriculture business, according to Jim Borel, vice president in charge of seed operations for the Wilmington, Delaware-based company, the world’s second-biggest seed maker behind Monsanto Co.

Farmers’ Productivity

so how can we go green when the greening companies want to sell more to recover costs?

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