A large majority of companies now produce sustainability reports, says KPMG, but there's a long way to go.
A shortage of "rare earth" metals is hampering the growth of renewable energy technologies. Now, researchers are working to find solutions to the problem.
The car company has teamed up with SolarCity to offer drivers affordable financing on solar.
From fibers to finished garments, here's how inventive companies are extending the life of apparel.
The new ice cream factory may be the first facility of its kind to be LEED-certified. Here's why.
3D printing isn't always green, but with the right materials it can reduce waste and energy use.
What materials are really in the chair you're sitting on? This trade group quickly learned how complex the answer is.
Making carpet may not seem particularly data-intensive. But there's something underfoot.
The carmaker invests $2.35 billion (£1.5bn) to expand manufacturing capabilities for aluminium vehicle architecture that makes models more efficient.
The potential for industrial energy efficiency in the U.S. is huge, with $47 billion in energy bill savings being left on the table.
Trellis Earth Products, which makes bioplastic serviceware, will break ground on manufacturing facility in Rochester, N.Y. later this year.
The eco-cleaning company may have picked the right time to return to its American roots.
The 3D printing revolution promises to eliminate waste in manufacturing. Let's take a closer look.
Paper makers use a staggering amount of energy, but by slashing this along with CO2 emissions, they also save jobs. Here's a case study.
The crisis in rare earths shows that so-called smart urbanization will require sustainability standards.
Companies can use it to understand their full impact on climate change throughout the value chain.
Experts claim historic leader Vestas is close to losing its lead in the world wind turbine market, if it hasn't already.
How those big yellow monster machines are carving out a culture of sustainability.
The challenge of bringing the company's worker well-being efforts to scale remains.
The DOE hopes to accelerate manufacturing of cost-competitive technologies such as wind, solar, geothermal and biofuels.