Sarah Terry-Cobo served as an editorial intern at GreenBiz.com in 2009.
Does the early bird open a can of worms? Companies have good reason for holding off of emissions-reductions projects -- while other firms have equally good reasons for taking early action on...
The brand new Wheego Whip, a micro-sized all-electric vehicle that goes 40 miles on a charge and retails for under $20K, offers a promising solution to meet companies' urban fleet needs.
In these uncertain and cash-strapped times, how do you convince customers that buying green is smart and profitable? We asked four companies for their tips on selling the real value of green...
The wholesale giant annouced a responsible sourcing partnership to sell Fair Trade Certified coffee in 600 Sam's Club stores nationwide.
The utility Company Southern California Edison announced a partnership with First Solar to build two thin-film solar photovoltaic arrays near the Mojave Desert.
Under pressure from New Zealand's Auckland Zoo, Cadbury has agreed to remove palm oil from its Dairy Milk chocolate bars, because of concerns about deforestation and habitat loss.
Greentopia released its environmental impact ratings for 15 of the largest breweries, with New Belgium Brewing taking the lead. Sorry Guinness, Irish green does not mean eco green.
The organic industry is on the defensive in response a study published by the United Kingdom's Food Standard Agency that stated organic food is no more nutritionally dense than conventional food...
The Princeton Review has added a green category to its rankings, showing a 30 percent increase in colleges participating in this part of the survey.
Chipmaker AMD receives LEED Gold rating for Lone Star campus in Austin.