On World Water Day, breathtaking challenges for sustaining the future come into focus. The good news? Real solutions exist.
Here's why your business must pay attention to "postcards from the future" and start looking beyond the old-school utility model.
The net zero building shows how great lighting, air quality and layout can be a boon for employees' health, productivity and retention.
The VP of data centers at Google discusses innovative ways the tech giant is mitigating its footprint as it strives to become net-positive.
Millions of acres of degraded terrain could hold 100 times the current U.S. solar capacity — and avert the environmental tradeoffs of blockbuster solar projects.
McDonald's, AT&T and Jones Lang LaSalle have learned that to achieve energy priorities, engaging execs, employees and communities is key.
The batteries could step in as a substitute for inefficient peaker plants or to back up intermittent renewable energy.
Utilities around the nation are selling off power plants as the regulatory environment worsens and renewable energy installations soar.
It won't be long before solar-plus-battery systems become cheaper than utility-sourced electricity.
When it comes to good, green jobs, solar and energy efficiency are outpacing jobs in coal, natural gas and nuclear energy.
The green building automation industry should rally around open systems to help make buildings more efficient — and profitable.
Government spending is a huge driver of growth in many places. What happens as more nations commit to greener purchasing?
How does your company understand climate-related disruptions? New tactics and tools surfaced at the Climate Leadership Conference.
The author and Stanford University research fellow discusses the importance of innovations in communication and information tech.
By 2015, nearly 50 percent of vehicles will integrate with in-dash or smartphone applications for everything from smarter parking to better route planning.
Opower's CEO says utilities are well aware of shifting energy trends, with many investing in technology to change.
At the ARPA-E Summit, technologists and energy users made the case for innovation that makes the energy grid look like an "antiquated backup."