The DOE hopes to accelerate manufacturing of cost-competitive technologies such as wind, solar, geothermal and biofuels.
Manufacturers can use these resources to help them avoid chemicals of concern in their products.
Twenty years after the company implemented a supplier code of conduct, it's going even further.
The Department of Energy’s three-year-old Better Plants program has helped more than 100 companies discover energy savings hiding within their facilities.
Though environmental issues still need serious attention, there's progress in the IT sector, according to a local NGO.
It's not as easy as it may seem for a manufacturer to disclose to the public a complete list of all product ingredients.
Another factory fire in Bangladesh makes this on-the-ground report from Marcus Chung a timely addition to the debate.
The CEO of Kimberly-Clark speaks about how the company decided to establish an outside sustainability advisory board and take on tough talks with stakeholders.
The top 10 bio-inspired ideas of 2012.
Despite opposition, CS found a healthy market demanding safer and transparent products.
Over time, more and more companies and consumers have changed their attitudes about sustainable business.
A majority of CEOs are more concerned over energy costs and resource scarcity than sluggish consumer spending, a new survey shows.
Greenpeace International's investigation reveals dumping of industrial wastewater with a wide range of hazardous substances in two of China's most important textile manufacturing zones.
General Electric takes a stand on the mash-up of big data, manufacturing, and infrastructure. Is this the next, next thing for sustainability, or ecomagination redux?
How the automaker put the brakes on waste in more than 100 manufacturing facilities.
The U.S. Navy and Hilton Hotels have begun their own programs to recycle the tens of thousands of mattresses they use each year; a further sign of how sustainability has entered the mainstream.
If the company's partnership with a tiny biotech upstart delivers on its promises, it could start sourcing and processing the material at commercial scale in the southeastern U.S.
British retail giant teams up with Greenpeace to develop tough new supply chain policy.
How do you create a "next industrial revolution" with the last revolution's machines? With tinkering, tenacity and TLC.
The manufacturer wants to be the electronics industry's top Green Innovation Company by 2018.