Jessica Shankleman writes for BusinessGreen.com.
The world's biggest palm oil company, which supplies to consumer giants including Unilever and Procter & Gamble, is pledging to halt deforestation.
The tech titan details how its new Air tablet is more resource-efficient than its predecessors.
The U.K. supermarket giant announced figures for the first time as countries pledge to measure and curb global food waste.
A new joint venture company launched by the two firms promises to deliver new service to support smart grid deployments.
New figures show greenhouse gas emissions at the search giant are continuing to fall.
Companies using at least 75 percent renewable energy will be able to display the label on products.
The supermarket chain will distribute surplus stock through nonprofit Fareshare to tackle poverty and reduce food waste.
Alcatel-Lucent, Cisco, Dell and BT among ICT firms teaming up with the EU to test new carbon reporting methodologies.
The coffee chain unveils a new program aimed at changing customer behavior.
HP's position falls, while two Indian firms appear for the first time in Greenpeace's annual guide to Greener Electronics.