What will headlines look like come December? One veteran looks into his crystal ball.
At the World Economic Forum, talk centers around how to build economies that can grow without bubbles and without gobbling up irreplaceable resources. What hopeful signs are there?
The outgoing EPA administrator wants to embed sustainability principles into the agency's mission and programs. Have we seen this movie before?
In the final weeks of her tenure, EPA's head talks about how business perceives her agency, her vision for sustainability, and where things might go from here.
What can President Obama do in his second term to promote more efficient buildings?
All the news related to carbon fraud in Europe has received plenty of attention. Meanwhile, California hopes to circumvent these problems in its new cap-and-trade system.
One of the benefits of a sustainability perspective is it encourages looking for connections between spheres assumed to have little to do with each other.
Don't let criminals steal the possibility of a U.S. carbon market, urges Enviance CEO Lawrence Goldenhersh. Price-distorting fraud is preventable, he argues, and companies should back cap and...
The city is pushing building owners to report on energy use -- and in some cases, older buildings are coming out on top.
All these uncounted, hidden costs of our current unsustainable polluting production methods have been piling up. We need to change that.
California is leading the nation on chemicals policy reform. A little regulation can go a long way to improving human health.
If approved, the proposed legislation will inspire greater public confidence, reward sustainability innovators and deliver improvements all along the value chain.
Programs and policies rewarding the most efficient buildlngs can also have the effect of educating companies on their buildings' effects on the environment as well.
This is an exciting time to be a sustainable and responsible business. But the older, profit only-obsessed model persists, but more importantly as the money and power behind policy decisions...
California kicked off the first online auction for pollution allowances this week for companies participating in the state's cap-and-trade program.
Can trees really help meet a state's climate-change goals, even one as green as Oregon? Researchers may be barking up the wrong tree.
One of the pioneers of green products and sales reflects on where sustainability has been, and where it needs to go.
UK government-backed waste reduction program, WRAP, begins to promote more efficient use of natural resources for businesses.
Environmentalists cheered when President Obama gave a nod to climate change in his acceptance speech. But without a mandate on it, how will he push climate policy forward?
November 9-11, hackers came together at Code for America's Headquarters for "Hack City" - a 3 day-long Cleanweb hackathon at VERGE.