Green initiatives set sail with grand ambitions, only to encounter bad weather and accrue barnacles along the way. Here's how to keep things shipshape.
The founder of Climate Outreach and Information Network explains why we are wired to ignore climate change — and why we are wired to take action.
What would the Future MBA look like? Explore the potential in week 7 of this new 100-day series.
Load-shifting and other technologies save energy while helping tenants stay comfortable, no matter what the weather.
Buildings cause 75 percent of the city's GHG emissions. Reducing their energy use is essential to mitigating citywide emissions and lowering costs.
We interview the U.K. broadband giant's Kevin Moss about results, plans and hopes to go net positive.
Fishermen and innovators work together to make nets that leave certain kinds of fish — and birds, dolphins, turtles and whales — where they belong.
Small hydropower projects have the potential to bring electricity to millions of people, but experts are sounding an alarm.
These companies, part of a group of a dozen firms, demonstrate demand for renewables. Now it's time for the market to catch up....
While they can't capture as much energy as batteries, the technology is finding advocates in the transportation sector.
Columbia University researchers are making tiny organisms that consume renewable electricity and turn it into "electrofuel," the diesel of the future.
More than 5,000 businesses already use the reporting framework, but Michael Meehan wants transparency to become second nature.
There's a dirty undercurrent to single-stream recycling. Here's how companies and consumers can help clean it up.
Ernst & Young tallies up the information presented to the SEC, but is there enough data to demystify?
Central Hudson Gas & Electric's two-year plan includes building microgrids and increasing community solar.
The state-run bank will use Superstorm Sandy disaster relief funds to help finance increasing the number of distributed energy resources.
In an interview with Yale Environment 360, the acclaimed writer talks about his Kentucky farm, his activism and why he's hopeful for the future.
Interest in recycling is looping back around. Here's $100 million to make that happen.
Josh Fox, Marko Krapels, Mark Jacobson and Mark Ruffalo join forces to boost renewables. Backed by science and full of popular appeal, it's a smash.