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The company raises its target fuel efficiency for its global fleet from 20 to 30 percent by 2020.
A wave of "philanthropubs," including Cause in Washington, D.C., are opening across the U.S.
Israeli-based startup Better Place's woes raise questions about the future of electric cars.
How scorecards are being used to make supply chains more sustainable was the focus of two events at the GreenBiz Forum.
In places where residents can join networks to share cars, people save money, emissions drop and parking spaces free up.
Creating products from bio-inspired ideas isn't easy, but three groups have found ways to bridge the development gap.
Mosaic's Kickstarter-type investment model for solar power has gotten lots of praise but it's even better than it seems.
The startup that created a two-sided marketplace between tourists and locals talks about regulatory challenges and the reasons behind its explosive growth.
Stage three organizations increase innovation and cut costs by teaming up with previously unrelated industries.