- For its Clinton Global Initiative goal, Net-Works aims to add three net collection hubs in three years and positively affect 10,000 people by 2020.
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Here's how Dow's partnership with The Nature Conservancy has driven significant change in the company.
Execs from Asia Pulp & Paper, The Forest Trust and Greenpeace discuss their effort to curb deforestation in Indonesia and beyond.
The companies are part of a group of 140 California firms that renewed pleas for the US to get tough on climate change.
Nissan will roll out electric cars across the isolated mountain kingdom as it aspires to clean energy transportation.
The World Resources Institute launches a major initiative to detect illegal logging in near real time.
A desert oasis is both a fitting and an odd setting for talk of advancing sustainability.
Companies with bad environmental records are increasingly turning to nonprofit TFT to make sure they clean up their acts.
By working together, companies are driving change within sectors and supply chains.
The lighting company will provide free energy audits, technical assistance and a new "lighting as a service" financing option.
As part of its efforts to power search engines with 100 percent renewable energy, the IT giant has signed a 10-year agreement with Eolus Vind.
Why should society tolerate businesses that threaten its future? It's long past time to move beyond conservation and regulation.
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.