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Last week, Bob Langert retired after 32 years at McDonald’s Corp., 27 of them heading the company’s sustainability operations. Here's some of what he did and learned, and the three things that made him stand out.

Shifting auto market dynamics and long-term incentives for driving electric are changing the definition of luxury cars.

Southeast Asia's Lower Mekong Basin provides a vivid case study on the potential economic costs of inaction on climate change.

This article is part of a series of excerpts from the 2015 State of Green Business report.

Water scarcity has been on companies’ radar for some time. But turning awareness into action by incorporating water risk calculations into company decision making and strategic planning has been another matter. Suddenly, there’s a trickle of progress.

After trepidation about adding transportation fuels to the cap-and-trade mix, analysts say the latest carbon auction by California and Quebec could have ripple effects for companies and the economy.

Biomimicry in the making of a surgical glue: scientists seek the sticky, wet, and adhesive properties of worm secretions in creating a medical glue for surgery.

From energy efficiency in college stadiums to quantifying the carbon footprint of the National Hockey League, sports leagues have made big progress on sustainability. Now, it's time to shoot higher.

The predominant models for pricing electricity date back to 1961. The time has come to revisit and update that standard.

Here's how this Southern California airbase's mix of recycling, renewables and water conservation won an EPA Federal Green Challenge Award.

With big infrastructure investment comes a big opportunity to align urban growth with both environmentally and socially sustainable development goals.