An excerpt from "Nature's Fortune," a new book by Mark Tercek and Jonathan Adams.
Large commercial and residential buildings must report annual energy and water use, but aren't required to act on the results.
Top brands showcase the five ways to effectively craft branding messages about transparency.
In this week's sustainability news roundup, we find big progress on climate policy, big commitments from a UK retailer and competition in the big home-energy market.
New guidance from the GHG Protocol on value chain emissions marks an important milestone for companies looking to track the business benefits of emissions reductions.
Sustainability is steadily becoming strategically integrated into all departments at hospitals and health care systems.
Just about every corporate sustainability pro is tweeting these days. We've done some analysis of who's actually getting their message across.
Gamification can turn mundane tasks into adventures, give people motivation to get involved and show the possibility for success, all key elements for putting sustainability into action.
Implementing a measurement and verification plan is essential to meet facility sustainability goals.
Can Greenpeace activists make it in the private sector? Two of the group's leaders are trying.
What the software giant learned about building efficiency at its headquarters is the basis for a new business opportunity.
Smart, connected buildings currently promise more than they can deliver, at least if we don't pass the baton properly from design teams to operations teams.
Chinese cities are experimenting with ways to maximize EV development and deployment, green building and a locally tailored carbon market.
The federal government estimates we can save $40 billion annually by reducing energy use in commercial buildings 20 percent by 2020.
When Microsoft couldn't find the technology it needed to make its buildings smart and efficient, it built its own.
A new report shows corporate sustainability is moving from eco-efficiency to risk reduction and mitigation.
At the Fortune Brainstorm Green conference last week, will.i.am advised the crowd to "be a verb," meaning sustainability should be about action.
Two technologies based on marine organisms offer hope for the growing problem of antibiotic resistant infections.
The start of a three-part series on how the software giant used sensors and analytics to make its campus, and the city it habitates, one of the smartest around.
The company's sustainability heads reflects on what she learned, what inspired her and what she’ll miss.