Coca-Cola and Home Depot are also onboard with contracts meant to offset more than 100,000 metric tons of carbon in one year.
The New York Times journalist talks about the role of storytelling in an always-on media culture.
The company meets its internal carbon pricing policy through reduced air travel, carbon offsets and efficiency.
Disney's carbon credits will cover its indirect greenhouse gas emissions from purchased electricity, heat or stream.
The software company has helped a wind farm in China and reforestation in Kenya with carbon fees paid by business divisions.
Confidence is growing in the Golden State's cap-and-trade program. Will carbon markets transform other states' economies?
New figures show greenhouse gas emissions at the search giant are continuing to fall.
To keep costs in check for ambitious emissions goals, airline companies will need a little government help.
With the help of $3.5 million from Disney, Conservation International has developed a REDD+ project in the dwindling Alto Mayo Protected Forest in Peru.
Demand in region rises over 30 percent in past year, according to annual report.
Microsoft, Allianz and Puma are using carbon credits to further sustainability goals by managing risk, putting a price on carbon and enhancing reputations.
The company's sustainability heads reflects on what she learned, what inspired her and what she’ll miss.
The social startup seeks to develop partnerships with companies that would use it to build employee and customer brand engagement.
A portion of the profits from offset credits will fund female social and economic development programs.
One Harvard professor believes so. But first, they need new models for making inroads into challenging sustainability problems.
The state and the province have spent more than five years developing compatible emissions trading schemes.
The state's pioneering carbon-reduction effort may lead to a mindset that could slow down the low-carbon economy.
An update on Microsoft's internal carbon fee, by its chief architect.
Governments could re-energize global economic growth by prioritizing low-carbon business models and infrastructure, investors say.
Though all of the allowances for 2013 were snapped up, some participants took a cautious approach and bidded at or near the floor price.