The RE100 pledges come as business, political leaders urge more corporate involvement on emissions and more during Climate Week.
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Adidas, ConocoPhillips, Dell and Nike are teaming up with businesses that transform emissions into products as varied as iPhone cases and limestone.
Climate change is finally jolting leaders in the language they understand. Look at Brazil and China — and this mug, for example.
Shoppers know more about brands than ever, and demand to know yet more. How can companies win their trust?
Getting the answer to this complicated problem starts with asking the right questions. Here's why the H20 issue needs a radical rethink.
A law crackdown threatens to kill seed sharing by treating it as a large-scale operation. Here are seven ways to protect home gardening and...
For perspective, the entire consumer electronics industry collectively collected 620 million pounds of e-waste last year.
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The fast-food giant pledges to phase deforestation out of U.S. operations' supply chains by 2016.
Data analytics, education and thoughtful incentives can help sharing apps play a much more significant role in driving sustainability.
Everyone from information scientists to CPAs comes together to build environmental apps, starting with brainstorming and ending with execution.