Few people are racing to renewables, but you can count on deal seekers and three other types.
It's not about shopping. It's about buying into a new reality.
Want solar on my roof? Go ahead and pay me for it. Seriously. Here's how.
A new app shows consumers whether a company’s philanthropic allegiances match their own.
It’s going to take innovation and risk-taking by utilities to engage customers in saving energy.
It's a chicken-and-egg dilemma. Consumers say there aren't enough green products, but companies don't see enough demand to produce more.
When consumers enter the dressing room, will a company's social and environmental track record determine their choice of jeans?
When it comes to making environmental decisions, consumers are dazed and confused. Who's to blame? Companies, of course.
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.
A startup developes a smart phone app to help consumers sift through the dense world of energy rebates.
Smart phones are proving their worth as tools for energy efficiency.
Today marks World Water Day and tomorrow is Earth Hour (or Human Achievement Hour, if you're a crackpot).
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.
By 2018, the supermarket chain will require all products with GMOs to be labeled in its U.S. and Canadian stores.
Consumer behavior on the environment appears to be stalled, but effective companies may be able to change that.
In places where residents can join networks to share cars, people save money, emissions drop and parking spaces free up.
Company founder Yvon Chouinard questions the basis of green business in a frank interview at GreenBiz Forum San Francisco.
Our new feature recaps some the biggest sustainability news, and looks at new corporate commitments, a vegan NASCAR, and more.
It's easy for a business to make green claims without really getting greener. Here's how to do the right thing.