The latest roundup of sustainability news looks at big environmental pledges from the EU and Maersk, green chemical news, and more.
Communities across the U.S. are collapsing the gap between needed services and civic improvements through an innovative citizen-to-city communications system.
Manufacturers can use these resources to help them avoid chemicals of concern in their products.
Dan Hesse says green programs have cut company costs, but getting customers to care about green devices is a challenge.
The shoe and apparel giant has established a new partnership for easier access to sustainable materials and chemicals.
In addition to salmon, at least 35 other species of genetically modified fish are currently under development.
Israeli-based startup Better Place's woes raise questions about the future of electric cars.
New this week: clean energy trends, the next "greenest Olympics," and a military contractor's sustainability project.
J&J's senior EHS head describes how this sustainable development program has led to reduced packaging and energy use.
Whether reformulating products or transforming the supply chain, companies are seeing the benefits of working together.
By 2018, the supermarket chain will require all products with GMOs to be labeled in its U.S. and Canadian stores.
When Sony announced the launch of its new PlayStation 4, it neglected to discuss the game console's energy appetite.
Creating products from bio-inspired ideas isn't easy, but three groups have found ways to bridge the development gap.
The former president and CEO of Nestlé Waters North America talks about why we need more recycling, and what it will take.
Constant reformulation and doing more with less are CEO Dominique Conseil's approaches to managing risk in the supply chain.
Company founder Yvon Chouinard questions the basis of green business in a frank interview at GreenBiz Forum San Francisco.
A recent report finds that the sector's largest companies should be doing more for people and the environment.
Reaching company goals require cooperation from a set of decentralized players, so even CEOs can't do it alone, execs reported at GreenBiz Forum New York.
The ice cream maker and its parent company partner with NGOs to expand Malagasy farmers' role in post-harvest work.
It's easy for a business to make green claims without really getting greener. Here's how to do the right thing.