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Milton Friedman didn't see the market as some all-knowing force that operates without governance, and he wasn't opposed to environmental legislation.

Microgrids are the solution to grid-security threats, says former top U.S. energy regulator Wellinghoff.

How can we run the industrial age backwards? Chatter on Twitter touched on taking action on core conference themes.

It's the biology, stupid! Why improving the soil and supporting farm ecosystems are critical to address water scarcity and feed a growing population.

Behind closed doors, major players from major U.S. cities planned radical progress to combat climate change.

Companies in rural India should follow these key principles to make sure their staff, and their business, thrives.

We are nowhere near New Year’s Day, but based on recent corporate resolutions, 2015 is shaping up to be the year for ingredient transparency in products.

You’ve probably heard that fracking is supported wholeheartedly by the business community, and that only environmentalists see problems with it. But that’s not the case. In fact, a growing number of businesses and business groups are finding that there is a strong business case to be made against fracking.

EMC, Cisco, Novo Nordisk and Volvo are also taking control of energy costs and helping to reshape markets.

"Innovative thinking is not normal." RMI’s inaugural e Lab Ignite event sparks honest dialogue on the future of energy at a grand scale.