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Seventeen goals, 169 targets: Where does a company start?
On top of a resurgence in alt-fuels, a fundamental rethinking of trucking and corporate fleets is underway.
This week on the GreenBiz 350 podcast: A glimpse into the future of energy, cities and jobs from VERGE 16 in Santa Clara, California.
New technologies like advanced lighting and water-saving sensors are already here, but it will take a reordering of the job market and public buying principles.
From virtual reality tours of the ocean to multifaceted microgrids, sustainable technologies took Silicon Valley by storm last week.
Putting a price on carbon is an idea whose time has come, with even Big Oil signaling it may drop its long-standing opposition to a carbon tax. The question: has it come too late?
It will take innovative financing at a time of great market uncertainty to scale microgrid solutions.
A look into how L.A., New York City and Chicago are tackling their respective urban freshwater concerns.
They do at least these two things: Embrace the changing reality and take advantage of a landscape fraught with new risks.
Biome, which makes hydroponic living walls, and Evrnu, which crafts new textiles from garment waste, won the VERGE 16 Accelerate pitch contests.