A look at the big-name businesses trying to neutralize — not just reduce — the environmental impact of their power consumption.
A new contract with SunEdison represents the company's first utility-scale project.
Some 1,000 global brands account for emissions internally or will do so within two years. Are names from Alcoa to Yahoo next?
AT&T, Autodesk, Cisco, GE, IBM and Siemens play starring roles in Washington's latest smart-city play.
It looks like an equal opportunity for electric, alternative fuel technologies.
She helped Mattel win the respect of Greenpeace. Now the policy expert is zeroing in on the complex high-tech supply chain.
Recycling is the last recourse for collection programs managed by reverse logistics company Li Tong Group, which prioritizes reuse of high-value components.
One key with new supply chain traceability tools is establishing trust — a priority for emerging players such as EcoVadis and Provenance.
A biologist by training, she’s reducing the dairy industry’s impact — one member farmer at a time.
From Microsoft to Ford Motor Co., a range of companies are racing to meet stricter U.S. reporting requirements that take full effect next year.