Company sees emissions per consumer rise despite slashing greenhouse gas emissions from manufacturing operations.
The economy is back. Are Americans finally interested in environmental issues? My eighth annual round-up of public opinion.
The online marketplace and outdoor-product company are helping to reshape how people interact with their stuff.
As more small companies reveal all ingredients, mainstream companies must fight to become the first giant to fully disclose fragrance chemicals.
The electronics giant has introduced groundbreaking new products in its push for smarter home lighting.
GlobeScan finds that U.S. consumers are less worried about water shortages, but that doesn't mean businesses should ease up on water conservation.
I used to preach that education couldn't make people change their behavior. I was wrong.
Most carbon calculators fail, providing a big opportunity for companies to spur consumer behavior with apps that engage and inspire.
Do your services, products and operations increasingly match your story of social and environmental good?
Nissan-Renault Alliance celebrates as Leaf sales figures clocked a 77 percent growth last year.
Sharing economy tools like Airbnb and services such as Spotify are building a more sustainable economy.
Parents weren’t always clamoring for sustainable baby goods. But thanks to pioneers such as i Play., the market has been steadily growing.
Now that the fourth quarter is winding down, you can finally catch up on all the viral videos you missed in 2013. They're work-related, really.
A new poll shows low-carbon behavior is on the rise in countries such as China, India, Indonesia and Mexico.
The Fish 2.0 competition matches social entrepreneurs with investors in an effort to improve ocean sustainability.
Companies who want to influence and encourage people to make greener decisions know that nothing motivates quite like money.
Can the iconoclastic company that advertised "Don't buy this jacket" convince consumers and other companies to change the economy for good?
If you don't know your sustainability story, green consumers -- the most desirable kind -- will shy away.
No matter what your business does, there is a way to collaborate with startups, cities and people. Here's Jeremiah Owyang's vision.
Companies shift greener despite low consumer demand.