VERGE

Sustainability's next tipping point. Interconnected technologies for energy, buildings, transportation, supply chains, food and water to enable huge opportunities and sustainability solutions.

The Gulf city has become the poster child for building to withstand extreme weather, climate change and social or economic shocks — but there's a long way to go.
Vast emerging markets offer compelling opportunities for businesses to bridge economic development and environmental sustainability.
Already in the midst of an "energy revolution," the reopening of the Carribean nation could catalyze investment to shore up power supply.
The former Greenpeace organizer and co-founder of Sungevity will become the new head of California clean tech fund CalCEF.
From Hawaii to the Canary Islands, a look at how resource-constrained islands are pioneering new forms of low-carbon energy independence.
The tech giant's ambitious plans for urban drone networks serve as a reminder that tangible, exciting visions for the future can be a boon for sustainability, too.
Cost-effective, grid-connected, solar-plus-battery systems are coming soon in many places, insulating customers from rising retail electricity prices.
From investing in forests to new types of resilient infrastructure, businesses are starting to comprehend the expanding definition of capital.
Beginning next year, we'll be partnering with Hawaii's State Energy Office to produce a Pan Asian Clean Energy Summit. It’s an exciting opportunity that goes way beyond bringing one of our signature events to a tropical paradise.
Both public and private sector leaders are realizing the unprecedented stakes of climate issues. How will they respond?