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.
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Senior Environmental Sustainability Director Leo Raudys opens up about the company's work, including strategic partnerships and a recent ISO 14001 certification.
Microsoft, Allianz and Puma are using carbon credits to further sustainability goals by managing risk, putting a price on carbon and enhancing reputations.
Meet the chief of staff who helped make San Francisco International Airport a leader in sustainability.
The $20 million dollar fund will focus on companies that share its environmental values with a focus on clothing, food, water, energy, and waste.
Getting a sustainability project approved takes more than just having a positive financial ROI. Initiatives also need to improve a company's brand and keep risks at bay.
Now that the Earth Day backlog has been cleared, we face a flood of interesting news from the world of sustainable business.
Caesars Entertainment has used an initiative that spans its global operations to engage employees on sustainability at every level.
This week we find good green news from some of the world's biggest companies, ways to green cattle ranching, and one last, supremely bad Earth Day pitch.
Meet L'Oreal's SVP of corporate communications, sustainable development and public affairs.
Both sides in the extended producer responsibility debate want changes made to how recycling works in the U.S., but don't agree on how to do it.
What do car shopping, renewable energy, eco-activists and TV for toddlers have in common? They're all part of this year's Earth Day inundation.
One Harvard professor believes so. But first, they need new models for making inroads into challenging sustainability problems.
Erratic weather can raise the public's view on climate change, but leading firms also should promote the business benefits of putting a price on carbon.
The latest weekly roundup of green news tracks efforts to build green into the budget, the benefits to green communications, and much more.