- Internal accounting, along with a host of other signs, suggest that U.S. oil companies soon may pay a price for the contribution their products make to climate change.
The new Center for Sustainable Shale Development recognizes companies that go beyond regulatory minimums to protect communities and the environment.
Forget the empty rhetoric. The new year should be about demonstrable, measurable action.
Watch some of the most forward-thinking entrepreneurs pitch market-changing ideas to improve energy in buildings, water usage in farms and car-sharing in cities.
The latest GlobeScan and SustainAbility Issues Survey provides industry-specific insights on accountability and urgency.
The Environmental Defense Fund says unusual allies such as Wal-Mart are necessary in the fight for progress.
From enforcing stricter power-plant standards to halting the construction of the Keystone pipeline, there are plenty of ways to promote change in the new year.
Canada's Oil Sands Innovation Alliance (COSIA) is striving to overcome serious environmental and social issues with oil sands production.
Oil and gas company Apache seeks new ways to make hydraulic fracturing chemicals more sustainable.
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The sector is demonstrating innovation amid a backdrop of increased scrutiny and transparency.
The oil embargo spurred a wave of efficiency we need to reconnect with for safer, cheaper energy.
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While most of Louisiana’s oil and gas companies are on the defensive after being sued for destroying wetlands, some have made wetland restoration a major goal.
Sustainability professor Gail Whiteman describes how the warming Arctic is an “economic time-bomb” -- and how business should react.
Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick shares his insights about the Commonwealth's energy policy and transition to renewable sources.
In this Q&A, the author of "The Upside of Down" shares how his concept of societal resilience can help companies prepare for change.
Some of the world's largest banks will use new guidelines to make investment decisions about energy companies using hydraulic fracturing.
Corporate sustainability is important, but we also need laws and oversight to make our economy and planet greener.
The hugely successful investor also has the highest integrity and ethics. So why would we want to see him in prison?
The oil and gas giant says meeting both future energy demands and governments' climate goals will be extremely difficult.