Technology advances are fueling plenty of hype, but the sustainability benefits aren’t easy to quantify.
The industry is already valued at more than $100 billion as two broadly categorized types of disruptive activity take hold.
Scalable commercial options for loads like heating or manufacturing processes haven’t caught up with climate goals.
It's not limited to wealthy, developed nations.
Plus, what you can do about it.
One company's efforts to assess its water risk across its global manufacturing facilities.
Initiatives in Shanghai and Beijing signal a heightened focus on emissions reductions and coordinated waste management across regions.
And it’s an essential strategy for reducing greenhouse gas emissions.
It has become the de facto leader in international climate efforts. But is the world’s leading carbon emitter now pulling back?
It's beginning to integrate circular economy principles into its core manufacturing processes.