The Best of Fast Company: A Distorted View of Climate Change, Ultra-Fortified Rice, and a Test Drive of the Wheego Whip

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This week at Fast Company, we looked at an unsuccessful attempt to champion global warming, talked to the people behind PATH's fortified rice for developing countries, took a spin in the Wheego Whip EV, and evaluated Newsweek's green company rankings.

CO2 is Green, an initiative backed by oil and coal execs, makes the case that global warming is a good thing. The public isn't exactly buying it.

PATH's Ultra Rice, a recent Tech Awards laureate, is a micronutrient rice-shaped delivery system stuffed with vitamins and minerals. The rice is already licensed to producers in Brazil, Columbia, and India.

Want to see the much-hyped Wheego Whip low-speed EV up close? We've got your pictures right here.

Newsweek's attempt to rank America's largest 500 companies in order of sustainability was a herculean task, to say the least. But did it succeed?

Fast Company sets the agenda, charting the evolution of business through a unique focus on the most creative individuals sparking change in the marketplace.

Tags: Carbon Dioxide | Carbon Emissions | Electric Cars | Electric Vehicles | Genetic Engineering | Global Climate Change | GMO

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