At the U.S. Social Investment Forum conference, shareholders spoke with the SEC and elected officials to discuss greener investment in the nation.
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Lafayette passed a ban on fracking, installed 1.5 MW of solar capacity and legally defines clean air and water as a civil right.
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Government spending is a huge driver of growth in many places. What happens as more nations commit to greener purchasing?
Companies as diverse as Tiffany, Brilliant Earth and Kamoka Pearl are working to satisfy consumer demand for eco-friendly jewelry.
In his State of the Union address, Obama reaffirmed his strategy to address climate change and foster economic growth by working with innovative businesses and cities.
In looking ahead at business for 2014, the right role model is the U.S. Congress — no, really.
On paper, Energy Upgrade California looks like a sure winner. So why has it failed to achieve its goals?
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.
The energy company will supply 448 turbines in five new Iowa wind farms by Warren Buffett’s MidAmerican Energy.
With its concise AR5 report summaries, the foundation is helping to bridge the divide between climate science and business.
To gain government support for sustainability, execs need to engage in the sometimes uncomfortable business of advocacy.
The distressing new state of normalcy for climate change illustrates the need for innovation and partnerships.
At COP 19 in Warsaw, Poland, business leaders acknowledged the importance of working with the public sector.