Jonathan Bardelline is a regular contributor to GreenBiz.com, where he formerly served as associate editor.
Getting a sustainability project approved takes more than just having a positive financial ROI. Initiatives also need to improve a company's brand and keep risks at bay.
Both sides in the extended producer responsibility debate want changes made to how recycling works in the U.S., but don't agree on how to do it.
The Department of Energy’s three-year-old Better Plants program has helped more than 100 companies discover energy savings hiding within their facilities.
The registry for environmentally preferable electronics now includes imaging products along with computers and monitors.
Companies need to know a few things about their equipment and power to use energy efficient Eco Mode more effectively.
Despite opposition, CS found a healthy market demanding safer and transparent products.
Want to know what are all those always-on computers and printers are costing you? A tool from the Consumer Electronics Association can tell you.
Using best practices from HP and other companies, BizNGO's newly-released publication gives businesses guidance on how to get on the road towards safer chemicals.
After utilities' operations and reputations took a hit from Superstorm Sandy, some are partnering with IBM to better predict storms' impacts and to boost grid...
The Environmental Defense Fund aims to find environmental -- and financial -- opportunities at smaller companies with a new program for private equity firms.