- The world needs to move to fully renewable energy and phase out all greenhouse gas emissions. Poor choices in buildings, energy and city development will delay.
These queries will tell the tale about how much progress is made in the coming year and beyond.
Major new study shows how the low carbon footprint of city dwellers is being offset by counterparts living in high-carbon suburbs.
In looking ahead at business for 2014, the right role model is the U.S. Congress — no, really.
Thanks in part to this cost-effective tech, the Lone Star State kept its lights on when the polar vortex hit.
By 2050, the world is projected to hold 9.6 billion people. These graphics reveal the difficulties this poses -- and possible solutions.
From enforcing stricter power-plant standards to halting the construction of the Keystone pipeline, there are plenty of ways to promote change in the new year.
What if scientists assessed whether corporate climate emissions were sufficient? Here's why new rankings favor 49 brands, from Astra Zeneca to Volkswagen.
Women are better represented in green business than ever, but game-changers from the early days still get little recognition.
The SunEdison founder and former Carbon War Room CEO talks about 'Creating Climate Wealth.'
The Net-Works partnership in the Philippines was a step toward Ray Anderson's vision of a "restorative enterprise." But climate change is already here.
This three-minute musical history of our energy use will get your foot tapping. Here's the "Liberated Carbon" song.
With its concise AR5 report summaries, the foundation is helping to bridge the divide between climate science and business.
A new guide is helping higher-education endowment managers address environmental concerns.
A new poll shows low-carbon behavior is on the rise in countries such as China, India, Indonesia and Mexico.
The recent COP19 was one of the most business-oriented of past COP Summits. Is it a warm-up to a grand deal in 2015?
To shrink the hole in the ozone layer, we need to cut down on dangerous substitutes for ozone-depleting substances.
The distressing new state of normalcy for climate change illustrates the need for innovation and partnerships.
At COP 19 in Warsaw, Poland, business leaders acknowledged the importance of working with the public sector.
COP 19, which just wrapped up in Warsaw, led to important progress. But ultimately, more needs to be done.
Preparing for the effects of climate change shouldn't be overlooked during sustainable business discussions.