Confused by what the president's new climate rules mean? Here's the quick rundown.
Climate change is finally becoming part of the U.S. national conversation, which will help cities succeed with carbon-neutrality.
Utilities and electric co-ops in Austin and San Antonio are using creative thinking and tech entrepreneurship to pull ahead.
A new analysis concludes that the answer is not as clear as you might think.
Higher costs and technical challenges from the ocean environment itself has put it decades behind wind and solar. Can it catch up?
In addition to reducing costs for consumers and utilities, energy retailers can increase their revenue.
In his book "Local Dollars, Local Sense," Michael Shuman outlines ways to boost small and midsize business, including in the clean energy sector.
Hundreds of innovative companies are changing how we manage our electricity use — and need to be part of the debate about the utility of the future.
Sustainable businesses looking towards India need to learn about the bureaucracy and the culture to better manage employees and situations.
In Tompkins County, New York, leaders at higher institutions and local businesses have joined forces to tackle climate and energy.
A key technology in smart buildings, demand response helps keep the grid balanced and saves energy with "negawatts."
Tackling problems from every angle, these diverse and forward-thinking companies are planning a future with plentiful energy.
McDonald's, AT&T and Jones Lang LaSalle have learned that to achieve energy priorities, engaging execs, employees and communities is key.
Tate Cantrell, CTO of Verne Global, shares why energy drives everything from our food system to beer production — and the secret to making it more efficient.
Hilton Worldwide's VP of corporate responsibility speaks out about the hotel giant's water, waste and energy initiatives, as well as her path to professional success.
The smart city vision will best be realized if urban leaders work together to develop standard practices for modern management.
The "net positive" movement heralds promising change for buildings, water and products. But it needs to move beyond the buzzword.
Tech and economic forces are helping to shape a low-carbon energy future.
By implementing more healthful policies, hospitals can benefit more than patients, employees and local communities.
From Unilever and P&G to Levi's and Starbucks, companies are increasingly embracing CSR 2.0: corporate responsibility meets business longevity.