The Army base is marching forward with a system to direct backup power where it's needed, regardless of where it's generated.
Protecting coastal cities from sea level rise will require a blend of solutions best offered through proactive planning.
In this green, post-industrial French city, Burning Man meets the Maker Faire. GreenBiz's president and cofounder explores.
A central part of the $20 billion Hudson Yards community will be a vast sensor network to track air quality, traffic, energy, waste processes and more.
I should blog about the report and its 15 new 2020 goals. But I won't.
It starts with a long-term commitment.
Consumers need to know what's in the products they buy, so companies must go up the supply chain to learn exactly what's in the products they sell.
Smart irrigation linked to weather stations, knowledge sharing for farmers and seed research all contribute to water savings while making beer.
When you toss something in the trash at work, you're throwing money away. Follow these simple steps to turn garbage into profit.
Increasingly effective tools and benchmarking standards can help businesses step up to the challenge.
Nearly a quarter of the population actively avoids foods containing genetically modified organisms.
We're about to find out what happens when the lions and lionesses of sustainable business come together to advocate for saner policies and combat climate change.
Maybe it's time for men to step aside and let women take charge of keeping Mother Earth habitable.
CO2 waste streams can be turned into saleable, value-added feedstocks. Is it a pipe dream or crackable code? We’ll find out soon.
Industry associations can help you meet your sustainability goals, no matter which industry you work in.
What's the best route to a dream impact job? Shannon helps a reader chart the course.
The green cleaning products giant's approach to health messaging shows how a grassroots health campaign can spur consumer engagement.
In addition to being a tool that can measure your performance in new ways, it also will benefit relations with your investors, stakeholders and employees.
22 of the world's 32 largest cities connect rivers to oceans. The first Global Estuaries Forum seeks to balance business and green interests.
There's yet another new buzz-phrase that should be retired in sustainable business.