Twenty-three global hotel companies have developed a standard way to measure carbon emissions through the Hotel Carbon Measurement Initiative.
This week's roundup of corporate sustainability news explores the California Carbon Challenge, the best of B-Corps, Volvo's electric roads scheme and much more.
The social startup seeks to develop partnerships with companies that would use it to build employee and customer brand engagement.
Politicians might debate them, but the risks of climate change and their potential impact on businesses are all too real.
A portion of the profits from offset credits will fund female social and economic development programs.
New this week: clean energy trends, the next "greenest Olympics," and a military contractor's sustainability project.
Day 1 at GreenBiz Forum New York shows that business is striding forward — with more innovation to come.
TJ DiCaprio explains how the tech giant charges its divisions for emissions, and uses those funds for green projects.
Companies that take a systemic metric-based approaches to freight sustainability are finding significant savings.
Improving energy efficiency in U.S. buildings by just 10 percent could reduce national energy costs by $20 billion. Is Obama's second term a new opportunity to create policy change?
Working with the United Nations, Microsoft Research is undertaking the task of digitizing the way we understand the global carbon cycle to offer novel software tools for other researchers. ...
Swiss company tries to put the squeeze on emissions as part of the Sustainable Apparel Coalition.
Specialized software has enabled the yogurt company to measure the carbon footprint for all of its products.
The delivery giants release a new way to measure the carbon footprint of transportation and delivery operations.
Don't let criminals steal the possibility of a U.S. carbon market, urges Enviance CEO Lawrence Goldenhersh. Price-distorting fraud is preventable, he argues, and companies should back cap and...
Sustainability leaders discuss the highlights of 2012 and what they expect for 2013.
Over time, more and more companies and consumers have changed their attitudes about sustainable business.
This 1992 essay describes some philosophical, ethical, and cosmological implications of the Gaia hypothesis.
New reports are putting the business world on its toes when responding to threats posed by climate change.
CSO Peter Graf explains how he plans to make all employees part of the company's sustainability team.