With legacy automakers expanding their R&D programs, Tesla isn't the only car startup in the Valley.
The Japanese automaker has a quiet Silicon Valley group that works with startups across transportation, mobility and energy.
Starting this year, the 116-year-old company is embedded recyclability, reuse, energy and other sustainability considerations earlier into decisions.
A group of industry leaders in the building products space including Interface, Gensler and Skanska is working on a database of low-carbon products.
The crowdfunding platform is aiming to foster the development of products with positive impact.
Also in this episode, digging into sustainable agriculture and what's in store at the upcoming Sustainable Innovation Forum, being held alongside COP24 in Poland.
New research shows that as green entrepreneurship grows, traditional industries are adapting and collaborating.
The Danish biotech firm also aims to advance renewables and circular solutions.
Its secret ingredient: cellulose nanofibers commonly found in trees and plants.
Entrepreneurs are increasingly investing in clean minigrids to cover unreliable utility services.