GreenBiz: Home

Look to the ground to find promise for the future — and a massive business opportunity, says "cradle-to cradle" designer Bill McDonough.

Whether it's a gas-guzzling car or luscious red meat, even green leaders have their vices. Members of our executive network confess their weaknesses.

Plunging oil prices may be felt at the gas pump, but they won’t impact power companies or the value of energy efficiency.

Preparing infrastructure for extreme weather events is good for business and for the community, argues the CEO of real estate giant SM Prime Holding.

The new COO talks about Green Sports Alliance's successes, and its goals for fan engagement, GHG prevention, the FIFA World Cup and more.

Integrated solar power and energy storage systems may be the key to meeting energy demand when the grid goes down.

Both companies supported a U.N. initiative to develop a Disaster Resilience Scorecard for cities to evaluate degrees of preparedness for natural disasters.

Scientists and technologists are turning numbers about everything from condors to ocean-floor contours into visualizations of environmental issues.

The Texas hipster enclave hopes to help companies make money — and create jobs — by putting a price on their junk.

The restaurant chain is methodically eliminating antibiotics, feeds that contain animal by-products, and inhumane confinement practices.