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

Despite increasing encouragement from automakers and governments, electric vehicle (EV) adoption is still hampered by several hard-to-crack economic dynamics.

As Capitol Hill idles on climate issues, the District of Columbia is taking decisive action on emissions cuts — starting with a citywide green building campaign.

Innovation is the mother of necessity, the saying goes. So as water resources in California are stretched to their last drops, innovators are developing ways to do more with less.

Microgrids powered by a combination of solar and battery storage — along with new breakthroughs in urban smart grids — offer an affordable way to bring electricity to those without.

The biotech giant's new Silicon Valley campus leveraged the expertise of nearby Lawrence Berkeley Lab to optimize for both energy efficiency and talent attraction.

Can electric vehicles, self-driving cars and connected vehicles play nice with existing transportation systems?

A new report fuses economic and energy data to pinpoint climate action models that actually have worked.

The German Climate Computing Center is now using IBM's data analytics technology to manage the world’s largest cache of climate simulation data.

A word of advice from farmers to entrepreneurs: Walk in our muddy boots before tossing us new tech products.