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How big brands are engaging their supply chains for a massive industry makeover.

As fossil fuel companies such as Shell and BP grapple with disclosure of climate risks, more can be done to quantify the problem.

Manufacturers need to market the scientific details and verifiable metrics of greener products to win the trust of consumers.

The engineers honing the auto giant's new propulsion, information and vehicle-to-vehicle communication technology

Insiders agree that algae-based foods, fuels and other products will be price-competitive with their traditional counterparts by 2020.

Algal Scientific, born out of a doctoral thesis at the University of Michigan, so far has raised $10 million to scale its research and production.

How a city undergoing rapid economic and social change is taking on challenges such as rising sea levels, earthquakes and an influx of new development.

Better bike access, bus transit, cable cars and a central control center make this Brazilian city one to watch—and not just for the 2016 Olympics.

The integrated utility services model is part of Fort Collins Utilities’ success. Here’s how it works.

Walmart's Sustainability Leaders program can confuse customers into believing some very unsustainable products are environmentally friendly, says Seventh Generation's former CEO.