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The founder and VP of engineering for Nest Labs discusses advancements in products that have remained the same for 20 years.
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By juicing geothermal with CO2, a team of scientists hope to overcome limitations to this potentially powerful form of renewable electricity.
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Recent winners of the VERGE 25 awards nail down what's driving change in sustainability and technology in 2013, 2014 and 2020.
The SunEdison founder and former Carbon War Room CEO talks about 'Creating Climate Wealth.'
Robin Chase discusses her successful 'Peers Incorporated' model and the power of putting excess capacity to work.
By creating a foundation, SolarCity plans to bring light to rural villages outside the U.S. with solar and back-up battery systems.
In response to water scarcity, municipalities are figuring out ways to treat sewage less like waste and more like a resource.
Kiva Labs, which aims to help nonprofits and social enterprises kickstart their green innovations, gets a boost from the tech giant.
Protecting a rapidly disappearing grouse is so important, a massive mitigation banking effort has grown on its behalf.
The nonprofit is also connecting students and small companies with multinationals including IBM, Microsoft and Intel.
Healthy, easy to raise and efficient, insects serve as a surprisingly smart alternative to livestock.
A new publication highlights the positive safety impacts of global sustainable transportation infrastructure.
The Spanish startup's wireless technology is being used by winemakers for improved agricultural production.
Inspiration struck when carmakers aimed to create sustainable vehicles based on nature.