GreenBiz: Home

Suppliers of the world's biggest companies still aren't investing in sustainability. But pressure from customers like Microsoft, L'Oreal and Coca-Cola could change that.

The Department of Energy is enlisting new corporate muscle in its bid to power businesses more efficiently with the Better Buildings Challenge.

Laying the groundwork for clean energy generation projects, both the U.S. and Europe are making big investments in transmission infrastructure.

The NFL is using a number of initiatives in an attempt to make America's biggest sporting event as green as the turf it's played on.

Editor's note: This article originally appeared at EDF Voices.

After months of anticipation, the Obama administration this month released its new methane emissions strategy — a plan that opens up new opportunities for industry writ large, and especially for operators that want to cut waste and get ahead.

Drivers have dreamed of an EV charging network for over 100 years. Auto makers and ChargePoint are bringing them home for real.

As pressure mounts to feed a growing global population, food manufacturers must also confront lurking supply chain safety challenges.

New technology and smoother routes help U.K. air traffic services save airlines 1 million tons of CO2 a year — and now they're aiming higher.

Connecting sustainability to the bottom line is a major corporate social responsibility challenge — and opportunity. Here's how to make your case.

Ford's new Silicon Valley R&D lab combines self-driving cars, software and smart energy — but what happens to sustainable mobility if you meld them?