VERGE SF - Oct 27-30
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- Watch some of the most forward-thinking entrepreneurs pitch market-changing ideas to improve energy in buildings, water usage in farms and car-sharing in cities.
What do the world’s largest companies, tech startups and cities share in common? It's what this week's VERGE event is all about.
The microgrid will be a living demonstration of the technologies driving innovation and sustainability on a larger scale.
Organizations can use gamification to weave sustainability into the fabric of their business.
Up to 18 innovative start-ups at the convergence of energy, buildings, transportation and cities will vie for recognition by some of the world’s largest companies.
Find out what makes VERGE SF such a unique event -- and why you should attend.
Accepting rides from strangers is something your parents probably warned you against. Now, carpool marketplace BlaBlaCar wants you to do just that.
Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick shares his insights about the Commonwealth's energy policy and transition to renewable sources.
In the winning pitch at VERGE Accelerate, XL Hybrids President Tod Hynes discusses his company's system to cut large fleet vehicles’ fuel consumption.
How 15 entrepreneurs fared in Boston in front of two VCs and thousands of viewers.
Mark "Puck" Mykleby discusses three key opportunities -- housing, agriculture and resources -- where sustainability and economics intersect.
The company behind the world's first commercial rooftop greenhouse wants to grow food where people live, and grow it more sustainably.
Since 2008, Harvard's Office for Sustainability has unified the campus around its ambitious set of sustainability goals.
Elizabeth Fretheim, Walmart's Director of Business Strategy & Sustainability, talks on the company's goals to reach 100 percent renewable energy and zero waste.
Riggs Kubiak, CEO of Honest Buildings, sees a massive opportunity to connect buildings owners through a hyper-connected network to make for sustainable cities.
Arup futurist Chris Luebkeman leads an interactive experience where attendees collaborate to understand sustainability challenges to business and the world.
Zappos CEO Tony Hsieh presents a keynote presentation on his company's plans to transform downtown Las Vegas into the "most community-focused large city in the world."
In a Studio C interview, Bill McDonough talks about how a city is made up of complex and serendipitous interactions, outlining new tools and approaches that are helping improve the livability of...
A crowd-sourced pitch competition, complete with "clap-o-meter" judging, pits nine disruptive startups in digital transportation, smart energy systems and collaborative consumption. And...
Johnson Controls opens a new marketplace intended for commercial building owners to save energy and money, and provides a new channel for energy analytics startups to sell their wares
VERGE Accelerate: Investors are now looking for nimble, innovative startups offering IT and...