A new report finds several financial regulations may be discouraging investment in some clean energy projects.
Even if you favor reducing federal expenditures, sequestration is bad news for both green and conventional businesses.
The federal government is helping local and regional leaders prepare for a big surge in electric vehicle use.
The startup that created a two-sided marketplace between tourists and locals talks about regulatory challenges and the reasons behind its explosive growth.
It may be unthinkable for cities to go dark at night but that's what's about to happen in France, thanks to a new law.
These have the potential to shape future policy, regulation and expectations of the private sector.
What should the country be doing on the path to reforming financial laws and regulations?
By framing the issue as one of human costs and opportunities, Obama opened the door to action.
Governments could re-energize global economic growth by prioritizing low-carbon business models and infrastructure, investors say.
Gov. Cuomo's executive order is focusing on implementing retrofits on the state's oldest buildings first.
Don't let criminals steal the possibility of a U.S. carbon market, urges Enviance CEO Lawrence Goldenhersh. Price-distorting fraud is preventable, he argues, and companies should back cap and...
Forecasts and predictions come along with the new year. Here's a take on how green policy and markets may perform in the next 12 months.
The company's new Urban Matters program will help Boston and Edmonton provide public access to city data.
The city is pushing building owners to report on energy use -- and in some cases, older buildings are coming out on top.
The climate talks could see a measured progress toward new global agreement.
How does the world's biggest military force win the battle over its $21 billion energy bill?
Environmentalists cheered when President Obama gave a nod to climate change in his acceptance speech. But without a mandate on it, how will he push climate policy forward?
November 9-11, hackers came together at Code for America's Headquarters for "Hack City" - a 3 day-long Cleanweb hackathon at VERGE.
Public infrastructure investments have dominated investments in developing economies, but the map is changing.
Neither business nor policy can adequately address sustainability alone. What if you could combine the two?