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Technology is only one part of the puzzle. Greening urban centers also literally can mean making their streets leafier and cooler.
A climate change book makes a tough subject more engaging.
To invest in climate-related innovations, you'll need a stomach for risk -- and other key takeaways from the Climate Investment Funds meetings.
What impacts cities expect businesses could face from climate change, and how resilience can make cities more attractive to business.
Virginia's Hampton Roads region includes beach resorts and the world's largest naval base, but nobody's feeling relaxed about climate change.
ASBC research shows that the small business community, like consumers, understands the consequences of carbon pollution and wants to cut emissions.
Private sector participation dipped in 2013, the recent State of Voluntary Carbon Markets report found.
Downscaled models predict how climate change affects plants and insects at a local level.
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.