It's time that Starbucks addressed the fatal flaw in its reusable $1 coffee cups.
Improving efficiency in all forms helps with short-term ROI. What we really need is business transformation.
Mitigation and adaptation don't have to be mutually exclusive.
The career path of Siddarth Sanghvi has taken him from eBay to Back to the Roots, where he will help launch the AquaFarm home aquaponics tank.
Younger sustainability-minded Americans need to stop being so willfully ignorant about political advocacy.
What materials are really in the chair you're sitting on? This trade group quickly learned how complex the answer is.
Here's a behind-the-scenes look at GreenBiz Group's hackathon tackling environmental and social challenges.
Clearer labeling and using life cycle tools to identify hotspots for improvement are just part of the effort.
The African Risk Capacity will provide extreme weather insurance to shore up vulnerable communities' economies.
The base of the pyramid confronts us with the challenge of accelerating radical, leapfrog innovation.
How do the costs of PET plastic stack up against corn- and sugar-cane-based bioplastics?
Can a small group of professionals embed sustainability into mainstream accounting systems? Here's a progress report.
Fashion designers, hydrologists and hackers mixed it up in this competition, which introduced Cleanweb and Social Impact categories.
Beverage companies are among the most visible users of water. Some are using payments for ecosystem services to treat water differently.
'This is not a tomorrow story,' say analysts about the falling prices of alternative technology.
New York energy czar Richard Kauffman explains how the state’s Green Bank would fill the gaps in clean energy financing.
SolarCity breaks the mold by offering solar as a service. Can it ramp up to 1 million customers by 2018?
More companies are recasting corporate philanthropy as a strategic investment.
Making carpet may not seem particularly data-intensive. But there's something underfoot.
If you think the latest U.N.-Accenture report on CEOs sounds a rallying cry for business to do better, read between the lines.