A climate change book makes a tough subject more engaging.
This year's tournament just brought a world of pain to Brazilian soccer fans. But can its environmental and social legacy be a win?
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Here's how state-level policies set precedents for U.S. microgrid adoption.
The company's 10-year EcoDesign strategy is paying off, and not just in reputation. In 2013 its "green" electronics and technologies made up more than half of its sales.
How more large companies are investing in corporate renewable energy projects.
Here's an update on conflict minerals reporting, a portrait of small companies' biggest climate fears, and insight into sustainable product planning.
GOL Airlines is using Honeywell Green Jet Fuel made from inedible corn oil and used cooking oil to power 200 flights during 2014 World Cup.
SolarCity is doing something few solar installers would ever dream of: it's going to make its own cutting-edge solar panels to lower solar energy costs.
Connected machines and data, as well as mobile apps, keep the university ahead of the curve in climate control and power generation technology.
Retailers can dramatically increase their store profits if they pay attention to what some call the first fuel: energy efficiency.
Next-generation energy management taps into profitability beyond the obvious. A happier, more engaged workplace is part of the picture.
The Army base is marching forward with a system to direct backup power where it's needed, regardless of where it's generated.
Innovations in efficiency could be this era's defining trend — and its saving grace. Here's how countries and companies already are making headway.
The city invites all civic-minded entrepreneurs to participate in its "living lab". Meanwhile, Cisco is working on smart parking with Streetline.
Can a technology upstart headed by Google employee No. 35 disrupt the market for renewable energy?
This Connecticut resort is a leader in hotel energy efficiency, recycling and water savings.
Turning everyday objects, such as thermostats and streetlights, into smart connected devices has lots of potential if businesses and cities can find the killer apps.
The president has made over 300 new private and public sector commitments to move away from fossil fuels and toward building a greener economy.
Here's how NRG, PG&E, Xcel and others are using clean-energy innovation to defy doomsday predictions about the utilities industry.