Technology is a tool that companies can increasingly use to meet sustainability and climate emissions reductions goals.
Thanks to data, sensors and software, it may be closer than you think.
The new cloud-based company promises savings up to millions of dollars. But for starters, the upfront investment is minimal.
Water-saving agriculture tech startup CropX has secured new backing as more big businesses scope out the smart farming space.
In the post-COP21 era, we need data more than ever to keep us on track to reduce emissions in cities and beyond.
Almost like peering into the fourth dimension, Aclima is mapping data about what's in the air around us, making invisible pollutants discernible.
Retrofits at the Marina Bay Sands resort result in 11 percent energy savings and a two-year return on investment.
Terbine is building a global platform where organizations can buy and contribute data about the physical world. Energy is its priority.
The startup has organized at least $1 billion in financing for networked LEDs and sensors that can drive substantial energy savings.