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The seventh annual GreenBiz Forum defines the trends, challenges and opportunities in sustainable business now.
Sustainability's next tipping point. Interconnected technologies for energy, buildings and transportation enable radical efficiencies and huge opportunities. VERGE reveals these opportunities...
VERGE Salons are high-energy events focusing on unlocking the business opportunities at the convergence of technology and sustainability. They are part of VERGE, a global event series that...
In this free, one-hour webcast, discuss the “Sustainability Continuum” and get useful ideas on how to move your institution up the ladder. You will also hear an inside account on...
GreenBiz Group, The Sustainability Consortium and ASU Walton Sustainability Solutions Initiatives are hosting a series of events in Phoenix.
Milt Friedman, watch out? There's increasingly more room for concerns past the short-term gains in investment decisions.
Technology glitters, but it's also green. Which careers will build a sustainable future in our companies and cities?
The fourth article in Forum for the Future's series about retail examines the trend of moving production back to the U.S. Is it a good thing?
We may share 97 percent of our genes with orangutans, but we get the iPad addiction and they don't.
What does the first decade of LEED project data reveal about architects, engineers and building energy efficiency?
Some view engagement as volunteering, while others view it as a relationship to the company. The results are in from our new study with NEEF.
The world collects sufficient information to inform meaningful climate change strategies. C40's top data journalist wants to make it more accessible.
In the third article in this series, Forum for the Future looks at the diverse and rapidly evolving factors affecting retail in cities.
Keeping buildings warm or cool takes even more energy when the sensors don't work correctly. When you add in reporting, the problem snowballs.
Simple measures provided through farmer training can have a huge impact on the water footprint of smallholder farmers.