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The carmaker wants to help colleges generate carbon credits by making their campuses more efficient.
Political and business leaders at the World Economic Forum in Davos agreed that climate change is real and unabated coal has no future.
Ninety percent of executives think sustainability is essential, but only half are addressing the most material issues they face.
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It will buy all wind power from the Keechi Wind Project in Texas, which will feed into the same grid powering its San Antonio data center.
At Net Impact's conference this week, the nonprofit is embracing gamification to help mobilize the next generation of business leaders.
Dell plans to reduce its negative impact and amplify the potential for social and environmental innovation through technology.
Corporate emissions dropped while savings rose. But only 33 companies account for that shift.
Disney's carbon credits will cover its indirect greenhouse gas emissions from purchased electricity, heat or stream.
At Walmart's Global Sustainability Milestone Meeting today, the retailer vowed to target chemical and fertilizer use in its mammoth supply chain.
Arizona State University uses SciQuest software to encourage waste-minimizing purchases with green credentials.
To keep costs in check for ambitious emissions goals, airline companies will need a little government help.
The semiconductor giant is betting big on eco-design and LCAs for all products by 2015.
Seattle Fish Co., Santa Monica Seafood and other leading sellers want to help prevent overfishing and improve fish farming.
It's in style to treat workers better and waste less.
NRG Energy announces plans to build 6.2 MW solar system on the roof of the Mandalay Bay Resort Convention Center.
RPS laws can bring down the cost of green power, spur the renewables industry and make it easier for companies to meet sustainability goals.
Companies need to make major carbon cuts to keep global temperatures down, and the CDP and WWF show it can be done while profiting.
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World's biggest brewer sets watershed protection measures, new management goals for 100 percent of facilities in key barley-growing regions.