Corporate greening is laudable, but for true progress against climate change, companies need to work well with governments.
Universities are taking advantage of long-term power purchase agreements to boost renewable energy and shrink carbon footprints.
The Chinese government has issued new guidelines to help Chinese companies operate responsibly, sustainably and profitably abroad.
Businesses should pay close attention to how states' laws on chemicals are advancing in the face of stagnated federal reform.
Policies are being crafted that will impact Renewable Portfolio Standards, the farm bill and green power financing. Here's how you can support these measures.
Converting waste from one company into a feedstock stream for another can generate revenue while reducing virgin material and energy use.
Cheryl Martin, deputy director of the Advanced Research Project Agency-Energy talks energy innovation at the 2013 VERGE conference in Boston.
Nike and several U.S. agencies create LAUNCH System Challenge 2013 to seek innovations in sustainable fabrics.
A series of global developments in sustainability reporting can be seen as dots that, when connected, clearly show that sustainability reporting is becoming a must.
After dialogues with NASDAQ and other stock exchanges, the Investor Network on Climate Risk has recommended integrating sustainability disclosure requirements into listing rules.
The Big Apple's transportation department chief of staff gives a sneak peek at the major savings from a city-wide shift to LEDs.
The U.S. State Department has sponsored a discussion about climate change policy and its impacts. Are we asking the right questions?
High-profile firms, led by the Business for Innovative Climate & Energy Policy (BICEP) group, argue climate action will boost the economy.
In addition to installing solar, the Army also planted 14,700 trees and created biking and walking paths that wind through the complex.
The state and the province have spent more than five years developing compatible emissions trading schemes.
Seven cities will aim to cut carbon emissions by creating trading schemes. Shenzhen is the first to set a start date.
Aviation fuel consumption already down 12 percent as "we are changing the way we operate," military agency says.
A look at the differences in running a sustainability office for a city versus a company.
The DOE hopes to accelerate manufacturing of cost-competitive technologies such as wind, solar, geothermal and biofuels.
Communities across the U.S. are collapsing the gap between needed services and civic improvements through an innovative citizen-to-city communications system.