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Sports stadiums have been slow to adapt to lighting efficiency breakthroughs due to concerns about cost and quality. Is that finally changing?

Here are the three signs that we're about to leave fossil fuels in the dust.

The movement must more effectively communicate its goals and transformative potential. Could the language of freedom and justice help?

Once the conversation starts, it becomes obvious that neither side wants global warming.

Farmers Electric Cooperative's pragmatic approach to renewable energy has made it a nationally recognized solar leader.

Maps bring community and corporate sustainability plans to life far more quickly than your basic chart or spreadsheet.

These misconceptions are more widely believed than Bigfoot sightings, and much more costly. Are these notions leading your company astray?

The world’s second biggest coffee company will evaluate its Coffee Made Happy program to understand the impact on farmers on the ground.

Hydrogen-powered cars are about to go on sale in Japan, with plans for U.S. distribution in 2015.

Lockheed Martin, Nissan and SAP find that technology encouraging competition and behavior change makes sense for sustainable business.