California is leading the nation on chemicals policy reform. A little regulation can go a long way to improving human health.
Greenpeace International's investigation reveals dumping of industrial wastewater with a wide range of hazardous substances in two of China's most important textile manufacturing zones.
If approved, the proposed legislation will inspire greater public confidence, reward sustainability innovators and deliver improvements all along the value chain.
Using best practices from HP and other companies, BizNGO's newly-released publication gives businesses guidance on how to get on the road towards safer chemicals.
How do you avoid the reputational harm and the cost of being associated with the next chemical targeted by health and environmental activists?
Transparency is a straightforward way to gain the trust of consumers, especially those who are sensitive to certain ingredients.
What they learned in the process to eliminate PFCs taught these companies how to navigate the process from a business standpoint, with consumers and with the media.
A new scorecard evaluates hazardous chemicals in mobile phones, including Apple's latest hit, the iPhone 5.
A prescription for the energy industry to lower fracking’s chemical impact and address community concerns with more meaningful public disclosure.
Environmental, social and governance issues take on increased prominence in the private equity industry.
Her message lays the foundation for centering our economy around renewables in the 21st century.
How a marine biologist catalyzed a dramatic shift of public perception of chemicals, and what's happened since.
The maker of personal-care products is challenging other cosmetics companies to meet or beat its commitment to remove potentially harmful chemicals from its products.
The metal mining sector pushed disposal and other releases ot toxic chemicals and metals up 16 percent in 2010, following years of decline.
A chemical that has been used in some soda products for decades -- and which is perfectly legal under FDA regulations -- has been known to cause skin lesions, memory loss and nerve disorders,...
The cleaning products that we use to wipe down our countertops, wash our dishes and clothes and scent our air contain potentially toxic chemicals, and they're getting into our bodies.
As part of settlement reached with the Natural Resource Defense Council, the FDA has until the end of March to decide whether to ban the pervasive, gender-bending chemical from food and drink...
Steve Savage, a Stanford-trained plant scientist, says that organic agriculture won't save the planet and in face won't be able to <i>feed</i> the planet.
While U.K. companies are taking steps to embed sustainability into their business practices, the pace and breadth falls short of the progress that needs to be made to address major challenges such...
Renewed pressure on Apple over pollution shows that green activists in the developing world could transform attitudes to supply chain management in the IT industry.