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The sector is demonstrating innovation amid a backdrop of increased scrutiny and transparency.
The Sustainability Consortium is creating a tool to help companies assess supply-chain hot spots around the world.
The automaker uses climate science predictions to project production levels that will help meet its fuel efficiency targets.
The latest e-Stewards standard for recycling electronics includes fair labor and lead exposure regulations.
Ontario's provincial and federal governments are lighting the path to providing renewable energy at a reasonable cost.
Will Europe be the first region to hit the tipping point in smart water?
It’s just a simple label, after all. How can it be transformational?
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Here's how some of the biggest toy brands are making strides toward protecting the planet's natural resources.
The company's global sustainability director dishes on how the family-owned food giant is reducing impacts.
Companies who want to influence and encourage people to make greener decisions know that nothing motivates quite like money.
The USGBC-NCC is teaming up with building companies, tech giants such as Adobe and Google, and healthcare providers to promote green building as a health issue.
Fair Trade clothing from Patagonia is soon coming to a retail store near you.
Fewer emissions and crafting urban centers to be more people-centric are just some of the benefits.
Microgrids and cogeneration kept the lights on for NYU and a housing development while Sandy caused widespread outages.
We know how important food, water and energy are to our daily lives, but what happens when we fail to value them as critical, interconnected resources for our economy?
The Big Apple will save $14 million with lower energy and maintenance costs, and residents will see their streets in a whole new light.