New figures show greenhouse gas emissions at the search giant are continuing to fall.
Recycling, reclaiming water and a solar-powered microgrid take the school to the top of Sierra magazine's rankings.
Companies ranging from Honda and BofA to Cisco and Sprint are using an LCA technique called hybrid LCA to count and reduce supply chain emissions.
A global nonprofit follows the money trail of climate finance in six counties to ensure it doesn't slip into the wrong bank account.
Here's a way to bypass the sprawling transmission systems of the industrialized world into a new energy paradigm.
Many say the power grid is becoming less reliable. Proposed laws aim to bring thermal energy storage closer to home.
Waco, Wichita, Louisville, Tucson, Sacramento and Portland, Maine, will receive sustainability help from Portland State University.
Business can learn a thing or two from local businesses finding innovative ways to address climate change.
To brace the electricity grid against natural disasters, we need to ready it for a zombie apocalypse.
The company blames a growth in its infrastructure to accommodate more users for its swelling carbon footprint.
RPS laws can bring down the cost of green power, spur the renewables industry and make it easier for companies to meet sustainability goals.
Frustrated with inaction, nearly 400 small businesses are calling for a coordinated effort to fight climate change.
Twenty-three global hotel companies have developed a standard way to measure carbon emissions through the Hotel Carbon Measurement Initiative.
The director of sustainability at Masdar talks about building the most sustainable city in the world.
At last week's Living Future conference, engineers and architects discussed designing and operating buildings that achieve net zero energy use.
In this Q&A, the author of "The Upside of Down" shares how his concept of societal resilience can help companies prepare for change.
Footwear company's greenENERGY Fund invests in a portfolio of efficiency projects that target a strict 20 percent annual return on capital.
Large commercial and residential buildings must report annual energy and water use, but aren't required to act on the results.
Climate change and natural resources have begun moving into the realm of financial risk that companies need to understand and appropriately value.
Getting the global solar industry to its present state required huge amounts of (often dirty) energy; solar now has repaid that carbon debt in full.