Computing & IT

From lower costs to higher brand performance and improved employee morale, a serious business case can be made for sustainability. In case we forgot.

Chris Taylor, chief operating officer for The Sun and The Times' publisher, outlines how it has slashed waste, water and carbon emissions.

For its Clinton Global Initiative goal, Net-Works aims to add three net collection hubs in three years and positively affect 10,000 people by 2020.

Cities are bringing in developers, coders and hackers to find clever ways to improve civic life. But can a hackathon clear an L.A. traffic jam?

Ford will invest more than $25 million in LED lighting at its global manufacturing facilities — cutting annual energy use equivalent to running over 6,000 average-sized homes a year.

By the end of the year, the automaker plans to roll out the changes at 17 of its manufacturing plants worldwide.

Renewable fuels and storage will power much of the four-day VERGE conference in San Francisco later this month.

Three scientists received the Nobel Prize for Physics on Tuesday, which made blue LEDs possible.

Data can help cities address their carbon footprint, air quality, congestion and overall livability. But smart technology requires these three things.