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Thirteen startups competed for attention for solutions to curb traffic congestion, improve lithium extraction, reduce building energy consumption and more.
The vicious spate of recent hurricanes shows how vulnerable low-lying islands and cities are becoming. Yet these tools can help to develop green infrastructure to navigate this new reality.
Here are the not-to-be-missed performances, technology exhibits and discussions from our trademark event in Santa Clara last week.
It's time to understand the economics of renewables, as the recent summit of the Renewable Energy Buyers Alliance made clear.
Even those of us who want change perpetuate problems by rushing around.
In this week's episode: Van Jones on green jobs, not jails; the renewables revolution; a performance from DJ Spooky and other highlights from VERGE 17.
Preparing for climate change means building up the systems that protect our coasts and water. Some of those will be made of steel; others will be made of trees and sand.
In New York City, it was clear that business doesn't plan for anything to stop its drive toward sustainability and resilience.
For the first time, ad agencies, legal firms and consultancies would get a scorecard for leadership on supply chains, diversity and more.
If you can't keep track of all the climate-hip corporate news from New York City, start here.