- If you only care about "reasonable" goals, proceed as usual. But if you seek to innovate, look beyond your buddies to make unconventional allies.
Smart device maker Nest shows how energy efficiency can be sexy — and profitable.
A new report reveals that venture capital investments in clean tech rose quarter to quarter throughout 2013.
Thanks to bold initiatives, the Colorado city hopes to become a zero-energy district.
In this exclusive for GreenBiz, Covalence EthicalQuote rings up the companies and industries that grabbed headlines in 2013, for better or worse.
Recent winners of the VERGE 25 awards nail down what's driving change in sustainability and technology in 2013, 2014 and 2020.
The SunEdison founder and former Carbon War Room CEO talks about 'Creating Climate Wealth.'
Existing challenges block the pipes of innovation, but new tech and funding models can root out the problems.
A smart city future requires a holistic approach focused on the economy, environment and quality of life.
The Spanish startup's wireless technology is being used by winemakers for improved agricultural production.
A new guide is helping higher-education endowment managers address environmental concerns.
The New York Times journalist talks about the role of storytelling in an always-on media culture.
IKEA soon will become the first major retail chain to offer electric-car charge points at all of its U.K. stores.
As greener industries show promising growth, they're also attractive for investors seeking to make their portfolios clear of fossil fuels.
New York City and various startups have succeeded with citizen-generated data, but experts say we've only scratched the surface.
It's not necessarily about the death of fossil fuels, or finding a Microsoft of the microgrid world.
Companies focused on energy efficiency continue to dominate the Cleantech 100 list, taking more spots from renewables firms.
Most U.S. businesses have adopted some type of green program or technology.
More than 600 energy storage projects operate worldwide, including 38 that went online during the first half of 2013.
Southern California Edison found that random charge start times for electric vehicles has averted power demand spikes.
Investors and innovative companies have recognized the business opportunities in water tech, but the emerging field is not without its challenges.