- Buildings cause 75 percent of the city's GHG emissions. Reducing their energy use is essential to mitigating citywide emissions and lowering costs.
Two recent analyses bear the bad news, but it's even worse than what they predict.
Why are companies putting a price on carbon? Execs from AEP, Exelon, Microsoft, TD Bank, Walt Disney and Xcel Energy provide some insight.
Here's an update on conflict minerals reporting, a portrait of small companies' biggest climate fears, and insight into sustainable product planning.
Companies should consider how climate risk will create more stress on existing vulnerabilities and affect current strategies for sustainability.
Michael Bloomberg, Hank Paulson and Tom Steyer lead the first in-depth economic analysis of the potential consequences for each U.S. region.
A new monitoring system from Rainforest Connection uses mobile tech, solar panels and microphones to fight illegal logging.
Although the shift in the climate conversation from debate about science to emphasis on impacts is welcome, we need more focus on solutions.
UPS, Cisco Systems and PepsiCo are among the Fortune 100 companies leading to ramp up renewable energy and reduce emissions, a new study says.
CDP, WRI and WWF join forces to back carbon goals based on science, not corporate convenience.
The $65 billion industry faces big problems. Yet companies, investors and governments have the opportunity to intervene.
Protecting coastal cities from sea level rise will require a blend of solutions best offered through proactive planning.
CO2 waste streams can be turned into saleable, value-added feedstocks. Is it a pipe dream or crackable code? We’ll find out soon.
22 of the world's 32 largest cities connect rivers to oceans. The first Global Estuaries Forum seeks to balance business and green interests.
You may recognize the Newsweek Green Rankings, but the companies on top won't be familiar from years past.
Choice video is a powerful medium to influence consumer beliefs on climate change, especially when the message is shared from a trusted source.
After EPA issues a final rule, the documents explaining the states' interpretation can be enforced as federal law.
Decision makers in business, government and even religion are changing the way they think about climate change.
Confused by what the president's new climate rules mean? Here's the quick rundown.
Policymakers and business leaders around the world prepare for publication of wide-ranging new emissions standards for U.S. power stations.
Climate change is finally becoming part of the U.S. national conversation, which will help cities succeed with carbon-neutrality.