Nearly five years early, Commonwealth Edison will complete installations of smart meters in the Prairie State.
In the middle of drought and bracing for worse, Golden State water providers invest in consumer education, infrastructure and more.
Ensuring future services is no small task. Take a look at three companies finding unique ways to save resources.
On World Water Day, breathtaking challenges for sustaining the future come into focus. The good news? Real solutions exist.
Companies grappled with everything from collaboration to value chains att the Network for Business Sustainability Leadership Council.
A first-of-its-kind pilot in China is expanding quickly. Now, the jeans maker is sharing its experience with other apparel companies.
Here's why your business must pay attention to "postcards from the future" and start looking beyond the old-school utility model.
The chocolate makers lead the pack in helping poor farmers make more money and improve their standards of living.
By tackling environmental issues through thoughtful design, these companies have earned certification from the Cradle to Cradle Products Innovation Institute.
Research by Trucost points to more sustainable farming methods for crops in Brazil. Now comes the tricky challenge of weighing that data.
Nike, Coca-Cola, Levi Strauss and Microsoft are working to curb water-guzzling practices in textiles, bottling, irrigation and beyond.
The public sector continues to wade deeper into ecosystem services. What are the implications for companies?
Debates about indoor air are fierce — and an opportunity for the building, construction and cleaning industries to serve consumers better.
Mark Moody-Stuart, former managing director of the Royal Dutch Shell Group, reflects on the values that drive responsible management.
When getting rid of old company laptops and smartphones, it's not worth taking a shortcut that will cost you dearly in the long term.
Benchmarks, data tracking, team work and communication are all key to building a sustainability plan that resonates with consumers.
Consumers complained PepsiCo’s first compostable snack food bag was too loud, sending the company back to the packaging drawing board.
The U.S. military is taking climate change deadly seriously, even if its civilian bosses aren't. What can we learn from them about preparedness and resiliency?
Striving for zero impact drives a push for new tech. Here are 6 lessons to help other businesses innovate.
Smart technologies are transforming the water industry with their potential to cut energy use and boost the bottom line.