The Big Apple will save $14 million with lower energy and maintenance costs, and residents will see their streets in a whole new light.
The best dreams of our 'urban century' will only be realized if cities and business work together.
Hurricane Sandy was a painful wakeup call on grid vulnerability that catalyzed investment in distributed energy and smart grid tech.
Is it time for a new approach to municipal water infrastructure?
Del Monte Foods is embracing food metrics for its growers.
Sustainability will drive America's future economy. Mark 'Puck' Mykeby aims to push this vision all the way to the White House.
Machine-to-machine technologies can make cities wildly efficient and effective, but plenty of barriers stand in the way.
Mitigation and adaptation don't have to be mutually exclusive.
A sneak peek at some of the world's most innovative projects and technologies with the potential to transform our cities.
With the stark IPCC report as a backdrop, more than 100 leaders from 30 countries joined to support local climate actions.
From Akamai to Zimride, VERGE San Francisco spotlights leaders in sustainability and technology — with smarter, cleaner transportation at the heart of the event.
How can you reinvent the energy industry? Make it cleaner, more dynamic and resilient. And hire the person who got Google to go solar.
Imagine getting around New Orleans by canal. In this vision, floating streets and 'water plazas' help to flood-proof the Big Easy.
The role of technology in creating sustainable and resilient cities will be a key topic at our upcoming VERGE SF event.
As infrastructure costs rise for utilities, the current pricing models used by water utilities are inadequate.
Cradle to cradle project will use waste from a food grade plastic recycler, gasification plant and anaerobic digestion plant.
A former train transportation center will look to the future as a home for smart grid technology development.
A smarter and more flexible electrical grid would minimize power outages and fuel shortages during emergenecies like Superstorm Sandy.
Colony Collapse Disorder puzzles honeybee researchers, but bees living in cities may offer clues to this set of symptoms killing bee populations.
What does the city of the future look like? Look no further than France to find out.