- The Clinton Global Initiative takes on the world's toughest challenges. This year, it gets cities and businesses on board for for GHG reduction and more.
Expect to see EPEAT-rated smartphones by mid-2014. As the Green Electronics Council and UL team up, ratings of tablets could come next.
A new iOS app aims to help small and midsize businesses kick the tires and compare their sustainability efforts.
The IT trade association teams up with a U.N.-backed educational consortium to create new framework for responsible equipment disposal.
- IBM’s Global Asset Recovery Services has turned millions of unwanted electronics into new products for itself and for other companies.
Staples' 1,500 locations will send e-waste to e-Stewards certified recyclers.
This week's sustainable news roundup looks at a range of green IT news, the latest from sustainable food and farming, and much more.
Two U.K.-based firms team up for a trial of innovative fuel cell-powered mobile devices.
An interview with Darren Beck, Manager of Corporate Responsibility at Sprint, on how sustainability drives innovation.
The environmental impact of a product can stem largely from what it looks like.
A new study aims to shed light on sustainable supply chain management across this value chain in the information and communications technology sector.
Results of a new study on sustainable supply-chain management in the IT sector
Millions of old TV tubes tell a story of a recycling infrastructure that is out of whack.
Critics allege that the green computer registry "caved in" to customer pressure, and shouldn't have given the latest version of the popular laptop its stamp of approval.
Nearly 60 percent of poor American homes need a PC, and more than 17 million with plenty of useful life left are prematurely retired from U.S. businesses annually. What if we connected those dots...
The greatest thing since -- well, the 4S -- is anticipated to catalyze a booming industry of valuable e-waste.
The new directive is anticipated to have a huge impact on the e-waste recycling sector and will make it easier for firms to extract gold, silver, copper and rare metals.
Companies have a strong role to play in pushing forward citizen apps for public good, a leading city innovation officer says.
Retailing giant Best Buy has seen its recycling take-back program grow from a costly gamble into a fast-growing business.
RecycleMatch, a Houston startup that runs an online marketplace for waste, is changing its business model. It now will help big companies sell their waste through cloud-based software.
Israel Ganot, CEO of electronics-reseller Gazelle, talks about turning your old gadgets into cash -- and keeping them out of the e-waste stream.