- Many businesses miss the connection between the water strategy within their own walls and stewardship outside them. Here's how to tweak that thinking.
FedEx, Microsoft and GWC innovators win award named for the man Harvard Business review called "one of the foremost business thinkers of our time."
Smart glass and skylights, gadget recycling kiosks and modular smartphones are among the top products in this year's Sustainia100 list of innovations.
Too often, businesses address water in a one-dimensional way. These wickedly smart solutions move beyond the mainstream.
The automaker shares lessons that companies in any industry can use to shore up their water resilience.
The $65 billion industry faces big problems. Yet companies, investors and governments have the opportunity to intervene.
Cities haven't evolved far past the age of Roman aqueducts.
AT&T, Campbell's and Veolia also shared water stewardship concerns and successes. What does "tomato water" have to do with it?
As students demand more healthful and sustainable food at school, 140 campuses are committing to serve more "real food" by 2020.
Water strategy must include upstream supply chain and downstream water use to reduce risks and drive business growth.
Nigel Topping, executive director of CDP, explains why and how the nonprofit has branched out into water and forests.
Using solar and wind energy to transform brackish water into freshwater is a sustainable solution.
To protect land from the impacts of climate change, improved soil practices may be key.
The Natural Capital Coalition drafts suggestions for valuing water, forests and soil — encouraging businesses to put the ideas to the test.
Some of the biggest deal-makers in conservation and banking want to bring investing in nature beyond the realm of charity. Enter NatureVest.
The oceans are in danger, yet we need them for more than business. Companies should be "impatient" and take action with these tools and tactics.
Some say that the EPA is hobbling businesses with the Clean Water Act, but a look at the facts proves that dirty water is the real disaster.
Carbon neutrality is easy to understand and quantify, but water is slippery stuff. Here's how to make a water strategy that makes sense.
AT&T has used the WaterMAPP to achieve building water savings of up to 40 percent. Now the scorecard and calculator are available to any business.
When drought strikes a water-stressed region, it devastates agriculture and the economy. Raising awareness is the first step toward water security.
As water becomes scarce, managing it becomes a bigger piece of the business profit puzzle. A recent PI and VOX Global study examines the trends.