Food deserts, as defined by the American Nutrition Association, are parts of the country lacking in adequate supply of fresh fruit, vegetables, and other healthy whole foods, usually impoverished areas. And in the U.S., 23.5 million Americans live in food deserts. Fortunately, various government initiatives and nonprofit organizations are making headway in addressing this national crisis.
Europe's largest oil producer is effectively admitting the oil game is over and promises to divest from the industry – but it wants to play to the final whistle. Can it have it both ways?