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.
The third annual report on how companies are disclosing their impacts on the world's forests ranks global leaders by sector.
KPMG explains how megaforces like climate change, urbanization and food security are rapidly increasing the costs of doing business.
How investors can use shareholder resolutions to boost company and industry commitments to sustainability issues.
The apparel company's groundbreaking report offers a roadmap on assessing the eco-impacts of any company's supply chain.
The latest edition of the ranking of IT companies' efforts to reduce their own energy use and advocate for clean energy policies finds Google and Cisco in the top spots.
The Retail Industry Leaders Association compiles its first report on sustainability practices among some of the largest retail companies in the United States.
The fifth annual edition of research exploring progress made in the greening of the American economy, including essays from Amory Lovins, Jigar Shah and others.
Why Americans must take a broader view of energy efficiency or risk further constraining the economy.
Corporate energy-saving programs rise and fall on the behavior of employees. Here is a look at five programs in the U.S. and Canada and the success factors they have in common.
Energy efficiency programs and the savings derived from them are on the rise in the United States, according to research from the Institute at Electric Efficiency.