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

Unanswered safety and privacy questions, compounded by a lack of understanding about potential economic and environmental impact, has held the nascent drone industry back.

With promises of energy efficiency, optimal routing, and low-carbon power supplies, can driverless vehicles clean up the world's roads?

Kodiak Island was spending $7 million a year on 2.8 million gallons of diesel. Now, the Alaska island gets its energy from wind and hydro power.

Smaller electrified vehicles such as bikes, scooters and motorcycles aren't yet in high demand stateside — but Gogoro thinks they're poised to affect developing markets in a big way.

The rise of information and communication technology is creating new opportunities to drive down emissions and open new business markets.

How you collect building energy data — and more importantly, how you interpret it — is crucial for taking efficiency to the next level.

Friends of VERGE converged at our downtown Oakland offices for merriment and a rare unicorn sighting.

Recent actions in Washington, including a partnership with the Rockefeller Foundation and the creation of a Resilience AmeriCorp, show how to connect the dots.

What happens when shared transportation, electric vehicles and self-driving cars converge? Automakers and rental car companies are racing tech companies like Google and Uber to find out.