While the country's proposed carbon tax is a step in the right direction, the effects of the move remain unclear.
The oil and gas giant says meeting both future energy demands and governments' climate goals will be extremely difficult.
More banks are reporting value chain emissions, but consensus is needed on how, when and why they should be reported.
Developers are ditching steel meteorological towers in favor of aluminum ones to more economically assess resources.
Even if you favor reducing federal expenditures, sequestration is bad news for both green and conventional businesses.
A study shows energy professionals see the regulatory environment shifting but few have planned for the financial risks.
Our advice columnist counsels a new energy and carbon director on how to enlist HR for hiring future leaders.
A new study concludes that major oil companies meeting international climate goals could lose 60 percent of their value.
While it will be difficult, it's necessary if the country is to get a handle on its greenhouse gas emissions.
All the news related to carbon fraud in Europe has received plenty of attention. Meanwhile, California hopes to circumvent these problems in its new cap-and-trade system.
Is it too late to prepare for climate change? That time is coming soon, WWF says.
Some companies in the country are positioned to take their innovations to the global market.
What big trends will shape this year's agenda?
A new report finds that most companies in the Fortune 100 and Global 100 have set goals -- and more are committing to renewable energy use.
Shrinking snowpacks will turn snow-white jobs into grass-green unemployment slips unless resorts take action soon, according to NRDC and a snow sports environmental organization.
The climate talks could see a measured progress toward new global agreement.
Although the list of global trends was mostly dominated by political and economic concerns, some key sustainability issues were at the top of leaders’ minds.
Most supermarkets' refrigeration systems leak greenhouse gases into the air. Now some big companies, including Target and SuperValu, are partnering with the EPA to fix those leaks.
What's changed? For one thing, according to a leading environmentalist: "The most powerful people in the country have been pretty damn inconvenienced."
If we heed the hurricane's devastating warning, we'll get serious about upgrading the U.S. electrical grid, increasing our use of renewable energy, and improving energy efficiency.