- Nearly a year into her tenure, the efforts of Apple's environmental leader seem to be bearing fruit. And, along the way, garnering gushing praise from some of Apple's harshest critics.
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 focused events that bring together sustainability and technology executives to address sustainability solutions across industries and sectors. Using fast-paced presentations,...
In this one-hour webcast, hear how LEED v4 is transforming the building marketplace, and how product manufacturers are harnessing the latest tools to make EPDs available to all who need...
In this one-hour webinar, you will learn about the five essential principles for leadership in sustainable purchasing, how to put the principles into action at your organization, how...
Social entrepreneurs and NGOs are filling the gap to lead the sustainability charge, according to experts in this GlobeScan SustainAbility survey.
From Boston to Salt Lake City, cities are banding together to combat the biggest demand for energy and source of carbon emissions.
Even when the FTC doesn't define a term, consumers do. And when companies use words deceptively, consumers sue.
The deal is Ikea's largest renewable energy investment to date.
The company's drive for "outstanding" experiences extends to minimizing pollution and disaster relief.
Why all the buzz around microgrids? GreenBiz explains how distributed microgrids are transforming the energy system.
Sustainability is a key ingredient in Campbell Soup's core business strategy. VP Dave Stangis explains its "ripple effect" through the company.
The producers of two popular chemical assessment tools are joining forces to help companies squeeze chemicals from their products.
Beginning in 2017, nearly 7,000 large firms must reveal social, environmental and human rights impact, diversity and anti-corruption policies.
It's his job not only to future-proof quake-prone, coastal San Francisco, but to make sure the city thrives no matter what. Here's why you'll want a CRO in your town, too.