At many companies, the overlap between corporate sustainability challenges and operational and strategic risks is growing.
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Businesses of all sizes and types play a vital role in addressing climate change. There is urgency for business to accept responsibility for improving their operations, their products, and their supply chains.
GreenBiz Group’s fourth State of the Profession report takes a look at the evolution of the sustainability executive and its unique role in industry.
This 1992 essay describes some philosophical, ethical, and cosmological implications of the Gaia hypothesis.
How technology convergence is rapidly affecting buildings, campuses, neighborhoods and cities.
Makes the case that climate change has already started to cause a wide range of physical effects—with serious implications for investors and businesses.
Insights from the world's biggest companies on how to capitalize on the connected future.
Pointers from Ernst & Young on how companies can take full advantage green tax incentives.
The seven characteristics or "states" for cities that show how the sustainability of cities and business are inextricably linked.
The rise of zero energy buildings in the United States, and why they can exist in any climate.
This Ernst & Young survey in cooperation with GreenBiz Group provides new insights into corporate environmental strategy and performance.
From Oklahoma to South Korea, government agencies are taking practical, region-specific steps to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
Eight key steps to make fast food packaging more eco-friendly.