Buildings & Facilities

The Clean Power Plan put forth by the EPA would enable states to decide how they want to comply and involve businesses in the planning — if it could only get out of the courts.
What if industrial production were no longer the villain? Here's the radical vision of the Living Product Challenge.
It depends how you measure.
For green chemistry pioneer John Warner, the feasibility of the "circular economy" ultimately comes down to sound materials science.
Private financing options to scale renewable energy were a hot topic at the Paris climate talks, but it will take better coordination to harness those funds.
The trend toward urbanization is running head first into companies' race for millennial talent.
Why Dow, Coca-Cola, Google and many other big companies are joining the quest to cut waste by continually cycling materials back through supply chains.
How do you make a mega sporting event sustainable, and what does green chemistry have to do with the circular economy? This week on the GreenBiz 350 podcast.
From bio-inspired polymers to toxic compounds, companies like Adidas, GM and Walmart are rethinking the way they use — and reuse — materials.