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Sponsored: Innovation will be the driver of sustainable behavior change. Jerry Porter, Chief R&D and Innovation Officer at P&G Fabric & Home Care, explores the full picture through the lens of Tide.
by Jerry Porter
New groups are aiming to expanding access to energy efficiency upgrades for low-income consumers.
Sure, Congress isn't helping — but the real barrier to meaningful climate action is that wasting energy is still financially feasible.
by Lee Ann Head
At VERGE London, speakers discussed how the convergence of energy, information, transportation and building technologies is impacting cars, buildings, cities, energy and more. Check out the Twitter chatter from attendees during the event.
by Jennifer Kho
The VP of sustainability at the consumer-goods giant talks about the power of collaboration, the difficulty of changing individuals' behavior, and why Americans in the shower is one of the biggest environmental hurdles Unilever faces.
by Adele Peters
It's that time of year again, when a number of companies try to persuade us that, in honor of Earth Day, we can shop our way to a cleaner, greener planet.
by Marc Gunther
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and U.S. Department of Energy announced efforts to bolster the Energy Star program Friday, days after a survey suggested the brand could be losing its edge in the marketplace.
Business has officially entered The Age of Sustainability, and businesses that don't figure in sustainability aren’t likely to survive. Here’s a look at the reasons why as well as pointers on how your company can adapt to the change.
by Mahesh Pethe
What happens when green business meets cleantech? When those companies are like Best Buy, Autodesk and Serious Materials, you get firms that align their products and services with efforts to foster sustainability -- and in some cases guide the marketplace toward broader and deeper adoption of environmentally responsible practices.
(Episode 102): The CEO of OPower talks to GreenBiz.com senior writer Marc Gunther about how a simple smiley face can get energy hogs to become energy misers, and how utilities are seeing the light in using behavioral science to drive their quest for efficiency.
by Marc Gunther