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Lessons for leaders: Believe in the positive side of people; don't shy away from conflict; and know that your reputation has less to do with what you do than how you do it.
While saving water does save energy and reduce greenhouse gas emissions, there are other benefits, too.
Some vineyards are avoiding the chemicals that cause bees to lose their appetite or have no place to pollinate.
Considering their large electricity bills, could schools save money and improve children’s education by investing in net zero energy buildings?
To get more bang for our buck from recycling, we need to switch from waste-based metrics to more comprehensive measures of success. Here's a way.
The full effect of big-budget corporate community spending really depends on a company's business model.
The world is changing, and you can change with it. Here are six easy steps to hasten the already rapidly approaching fossil-fuel-free world.
On this week's edition of the GreenBiz 350 podcast: Levi's, Energizer and what's next for the circular economy, plus food tech's great new heights.
Every four years, billions of dollars are poured into construction projects for the Olympic Games. Promises about sustainable development and protecting the environment follow. But host cities struggle to reach the goal.
Innovative food systems such as agroecology can become the norm if we weave a web of legitimacy from science, politics, society and values.