Some 1.4 billion people in the world still lack access to electricity. This new initiative seeks to address the problem.
What does "landfill-free" really mean? A rigorous certification program will define the answer.
The beverage giants prove that competitor partnerships can add juice to sustainability and the bottom line.
The Environmental Defense Fund says unusual allies such as Wal-Mart are necessary in the fight for progress.
What's the best way to improve purchasing? First, get the right players in the room. Next, start with what you can measure.
Coca-Cola and Home Depot are also onboard with contracts meant to offset more than 100,000 metric tons of carbon in one year.
The retail giant partnered with Portland State University to study the performance of its mammoth green roofs.
First, understand trends. Then start getting your house in order.
How are trade groups prepared to support their members in this new competitive arena?
More companies are recasting corporate philanthropy as a strategic investment.
The manufacturer expands U.S. Army program to test new durable hydrogen fuel cell materials and designs.
Coca-Cola will work with the USDA to beef up watersheds in national parks.
The nonprofit's new executive director weighs in on whether China's manufacturing sector is ready for sustainability standards.
Don't fear the 'smart mobs,' those fringe groups that keep governments and corporate giants honest. They may be your key to innovation.
Chemical-free products may be impossible, but a new tool aims to help better manage the supply chain.
Shifting from freeways to railways for delivery, the paper maker slashed transportation emissions by 60 percent. Here's how.
St. Louis companies participate in a regionwide learning lab to make their daily operations greener.
One government program in Virginia aims to help facilities meet their own goals rather than setting goals for them.
The deal gives GE a 1.77 percent stake in First Solar as they commit to work together to accelerate rollout of solar technologies.
Interface is helping villagers in the Philippines collect old fishing nets to be recycled into carpet yard. Is the program too good to be true?