- The Clinton Global Initiative takes on the world's toughest challenges. This year, it gets cities and businesses on board for for GHG reduction and more.
Use these techniques to connect your EHS program to core business functions and get full support.
Here are three causes supported by the American Sustainable Business Council that you can fight for, too.
Canada's Oil Sands Innovation Alliance (COSIA) is striving to overcome serious environmental and social issues with oil sands production.
Company leaders and senior managers must commit to continual improvement in order to succeed.
Improve your core business. Get the top brass involved. And don't forget to make it cool.
The stakes are high on these three critical issues. The American Sustainable Business Council recommends taking these actions.
One government program in Virginia aims to help facilities meet their own goals rather than setting goals for them.
Entrepreneurs are using wireless microsensors and smart databases to help people track air quality in their neighborhoods.
Defining resilience goes a long way to understanding what to put under the umbrella of climate resiliency.
Meeting the experts’ goal could cut carbon pollution by one-third and save $327 billion each year, among other benefits.
Though environmental issues still need serious attention, there's progress in the IT sector, according to a local NGO.
Improving energy efficiency in U.S. buildings by just 10 percent could reduce national energy costs by $20 billion. Is Obama's second term a new opportunity to create policy change?
Working with the United Nations, Microsoft Research is undertaking the task of digitizing the way we understand the global carbon cycle to offer novel software tools for other researchers. ...
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.
A 30-year veteran of the field shares why a company has to be careful of what it measures.
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...
A new report finds that most companies in the Fortune 100 and Global 100 have set goals -- and more are committing to renewable energy use.
Why organizations need both the ability and the desire to systematically implement pollution prevention and energy efficiency opportunities into business operations.
Does your company need help improving efficiency and cutting costs? Pollution prevention interns could be the solution.
Most supermarkets' refrigeration systems leak greenhouse gases into the air. Now some big companies, including Target and SuperValu, are partnering with the EPA to fix those leaks.