A majority of CEOs are more concerned over energy costs and resource scarcity than sluggish consumer spending, a new survey shows.
Shrinking snowpacks will turn snow-white jobs into grass-green unemployment slips unless resorts take action soon, according to NRDC and a snow sports environmental organization.
We must find a way to factor in sustainability for capitalism to operate most efficiently. This would bring maximum benefit to all stakeholders, including those who hold equity portfolios.
Fossil fuel corporations have five times more oil and coal and gas in known reserves than climate scientists think is safe to burn, McKibben says, and as a result, he's taking action.
PepsiCo, in partnership with Columbia University, has created a tool that can calculate the carbon footprint of thousands of products within minutes.
Can plastic propel our way through the skies? A growing international field of research seeks to develop a synthetic fuel.
The two giant global corporations plan to work together on cutting emissions, enhancing efficiency, and slicing waste through the use of new technologies.
The European Union plans to shore up its Emissions Trading Scheme following a dramatic fall in carbon prices. Does this mean an end to the carbon trading system?
Before Australia's carbon tax was introduced, two-thirds of businesses surveyed considered the unclear regulatory environment the biggest barrier to making further progress on carbon reduction...
Regulations released this month by the Chinese government set out a series of standards regional governments must follow as they roll out carbon trading mechanisms.
- Webcast: Top Considerations When Evaluating, Choosing and Deploying EHS, Carbon and Water Tracking Software
In this hour-long webcast you’ll learn best practices and lessons learned from experienced EHS and compliance professionals from ArcelorMittal and FujiFilm on managing successful software...
Even as believers in sustainability reporting cheered the U.K.'s announcement last week that the biggest corporations would be required to report carbon emissions, skeptics sounded the alarm.
Hilton, Hyatt and Intercontinental join 17 other hotels in adopting a new carbon-footprint measurement designed to help corporate clients calculate their emissions from hotel stays.
Despite a lack of regulation, the United States is becoming the world's single-largest purchaser of voluntary offsets. And industry observers believe the trend will grow.
The market for environmental services is changing, shifting from responding to existing regulations to anticipating what's coming up next on the legislative agenda. That's a good thing,...
Accor's Carbon Optimizer tool helps corporate events organizers plans conferences in ways that limit the size of their carbon footprints.
A webcast just hosted by Joel Makower explored in-depth why solid data are critical to sustainability success -- and how that success can be hindered by manual reporting methods.
For companies thinking about climate change and energy, what are the implications of two countervailing trends, the rise of energy with lower carbon content, and the concurrent rise of high-carbon...
So much uncertainty surrounding how to report agricultural emissions hinders measurement and reduction efforts in the sector, spurring the Greenhouse Gas Protocol to develop industrywide best...
Coca-Cola, Sony, HP and IBM are among the WWF Climate Savers members that have collectively cut carbon emissions by 100 million tonnes since the program launched in 1999.