California’s new Safer Consumer Products Regulation provides the most compelling reason to track the substances in electronics.
It can be difficult shopping for those with high sustainability standards. These gifts should appease even the most environmentally aware.
A large majority of companies now produce sustainability reports, says KPMG, but there's a long way to go.
A shortage of "rare earth" metals is hampering the growth of renewable energy technologies. Now, researchers are working to find solutions to the problem.
New innovations from the tech giants will allow businesses to make their cloud computing more environmentally sound.
From Washington, D.C. to Cupertino, Cal., Lisa Jackson brings a no-nonsense attitude to sustainability.
Whether it's using mushroom packaging or the Legacy of Good goal, Dell is making unique inroads toward sustainability.
Sensors, analytics are optimizing operations across Melbourne's 100-year-old public transportation system.
The tech titan details how its new Air tablet is more resource-efficient than its predecessors.
The former EPA Administrator, now Apple's sustainability chief, talks about the company's 100% renewable power goal, its improving transparency and other things.
The former head of the EPA gives insight into Apple as its new head of environmental initiatives.
Research by GreenBiz Group and AT&T finds that Information and Communications Technology (ICT) executives and sustainability leaders need to speak the same language.
How can you tell if the electronics you or your company are buying are truly greener than others?
Obsessing about energy efficiency may overlook a more important question: Are you using technology in the best way for your unique business?
Are conflict minerals lurking in your supply chain? With a reporting deadline less than 10 months away, a new tool can shed light.
The IT trade association teams up with a U.N.-backed educational consortium to create new framework for responsible equipment disposal.
What's true for the iPhone rings true for others.
Technology and proposals developed by GreenTouch consortium members promise to cut energy use in communication networks by 90 percent.
The social startup seeks to develop partnerships with companies that would use it to build employee and customer brand engagement.
IT models have the potential to aid business decision-making around biodiversity and ecosystem services.