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The Golden State has developed an action plan to address water scarcity. Here’s how businesses can help.
A new alliance among tea giants including Unilever and Tata Global Beverages aims to address climate and other threats.
With a water crisis looming, this effort seeks to tackle the food-energy-water nexus head on with governments and businesses.
Walmart, Disney and General Motors are among the powerful companies putting a price tag on environmental impacts.
Coca-Cola, MillerCoors, H&M and others are finding new ways to mitigate water issues. But their actions are just a drop in the bucket.
It's too easy to think that energy, water, air, food security and public health problems are too complex to tackle.
While Frank O'Brien-Bernini's office has grown, he says every employee works in sustainability.
The latest GlobeScan and SustainAbility Issues Survey provides industry-specific insights on accountability and urgency.
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It's not just beverage makers like AB InBev and MillerCoors who need to accelerate water efficiency. Here are the water trends you need to watch.
Nike, eBay and others led the charge on designing apps and services that helped to drive change over the past year.
Existing challenges block the pipes of innovation, but new tech and funding models can root out the problems.
The nonprofit is also connecting students and small companies with multinationals including IBM, Microsoft and Intel.
Sustainability requires business leaders to consider their actions in the context of a broader network of systems.
Sustainable Agriculture Initiative publishes new guidelines designed to help cut the environmental impact of beef production.
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The Nobel laureate and father of the microcredit movement shows us how to turn skeptics into allies.
Global 500 companies and sustainable business leaders speak out about water stewardship.
One-fourth of the world's crops are grown in water-stressed zones. Here's a closer look at the tension between food and water.
We know how important food, water and energy are to our daily lives, but what happens when we fail to value them as critical, interconnected resources for our economy?