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Pets can have a large ecological footprint, and their food is a big contributing factor.
PINC, which manages ship and railyards, is looking forward to longer flight times and faster refueling turnaround. It's not the only one.
Newcomers such as Japan are gaining ground, raising questions about the future of the market for turbines.
With 4.4 million fellows and growing, the EDF program is an invaluable resource for sustainability leaders in the making.
The Supply Chain Transparency report highlights how nine industries go beyond cost, quality and delivery to earn customer trust
What corporate energy buyers can learn from pioneers in Boston and Washington, D.C.
The country wants to get 35,000 megawatts of electricity onto its grid by 2020, but where to start? An experimental data-collection project could point the way.
Mitigation requires systemic social change, not just technological optimism.
EVs can replace nearly 90 percent of vehicles, but there are a few roadblocks on the way to California's 2025 emission-free car goals.
Governments in Tanzania, Rwanda and Sierra Leone are studying "minigrids" enabled by solar and battery advances. But generating costs must become much more competitive for them to become truly viable.