- Chinese cities are experimenting with ways to maximize EV development and deployment, green building and a locally tailored carbon market.
Despite widespread beliefs that clean technologies are struggling under political and technological burdens, the reality is that green is growing and holds more promise than ever.
Should we worry about Chinese government subsidies to its solar industry? Or send the Chinese a thank-you note?
There is no option left but for business to take the mantle of leadership on climate in 2012. Here are the three areas that are most critical to creating world-changing levels of impact.
The $226 million joint ventures will accelerate offshore wind farm development for China, already the world's leading wind energy producer
As COP17 kicks off, and the International Energy Agency publishes a bleak annual energy outlook report, it's time to explore how politicians say one thing and do nothing when it comes to...
The Internet, shale gas technologies and Google search engine all had their origins in research funded by the U.S. government. These are just a few examples, and show why now is exactly the wrong...
Between pending legislation and customer demand, companies are getting squeezed for information about where their products are made. Here's how to get out in front of the supply chain transparency...
The Chinese government has today given short shrift to proposals from a group of US solar firms for new import duties on low-cost Chinese solar panels, which they allege have benefited from '...
Following a big commitment from PepsiCo, the global brewing giant today is announcing a partnership with General Electric to cut the water and energy needed to produce its beers in China.
The company today has announced a comprehensive partnership with the Chinese government to help spread the use of high-tech irrigation, fertilization and crop management techniques, as part of its...
More than US$1 billion in food gets thrown away every year in the UK, more voices criticize the New York Times' anti-green-jobs coverage, and other news in our morning roundup.
Renewed pressure on Apple over pollution shows that green activists in the developing world could transform attitudes to supply chain management in the IT industry.
The donut-and-ice-cream retailer publishes its first CSR report, Chinese car buyers took home 14 million cars in 2010 -- but just one Prius -- and more in our morning roundup.
China expects to reach an important solar milestone by the end of the, shipping companies support the White House's new big-rig fuel rules, and more in today's early roundup.
The components of the Sustainable Development Industry Index will include companies engaged in energy efficiency as well as renewable energy and other sustainability-focused operations.
Walmart finds financial, environmental and reputational benefits from sourcing food locally, China sees Carbon Capture as necessary to hitting climate targets, and more in today's news roundup.
The first World Green Forum in Hong Kong earlier this summer highlighted the ways that the United States and China are starting to cooperate on economic and environmental issues.
What effect does a campaign like Greenpeace's "Dirty Laundry" effort have on the companies targeted and their suppliers?
U.S. funds for a corn waste ethanol plant, a new U.K. carbon reduction goal that could curb the government's business class flights, and Motorola's plans to source conflict-free minerals...
A profile of the challenges facing EPA administrator Lisa Jackson, oil spills in China and Montana, and the EU's cap-and-trade policies on airlines hit our radar this morning.