Energy & Climate

On this week's podcast: A prelude to the people's march on climate; Silicon Valley finds a fit in sustainable fashion.
Jon Meyersohn, co-executive producer of National Geographic series "Years of Living Dangerously," discusses the challenge of climate change reporting.
As word gets around that soil is alive, farmers have adopted a whole new attitude toward their land.

Many city leaders already are working to finance resilience projects through green bonds.

The acclaimed fashion company behind Gucci and Saint Laurent teams with a startup accelerator to find the next big thing in circular, durable and decarbonized fashion.
While the Trump administration vacillates on managing climate change, a new roadmap offers a path for business action to move forward.
Renewable electricity will account for much of our supply by 2040. Policymakers believe we must act more quickly to decarbonize existing industries.
Google, Philips and George Washington University are pioneering joint renewable energy deals that could open the field to more small and mid-size players.
Platform business models have redefined the modern economy. Next, it may redefine the electric utility sector through DSOs and DERs.