California has extended its system to price carbon, an initiative that has inspired significant emissions cuts, after building bipartisan support. So far, the idea has sprung up in 50 jurisdictions around the world.
Deforestation has accelerated in the rubber producing countries of Southeast Asia to feed global demand for tires. But Michelin and now General Motors have launched zero deforestation rubber procurement policies.
The Aloha State's energy goals include not just transitioning to 100 percent renewable power by 2045, but doing so in a way that is equitable for its many rural inhabitants.
Google's Urs Holzle, the Renewable Energy Buyers Alliance and John Goodenough have the imagination and capacity to make the impossible possible for renewable energy.
Along with natural gas grabbing market share from coal, energy efficiency and corporate demand have led to the U.S. utility industry sharply reducing greenhouse gas emissions.
Hydrogen fuel cells are making a come back in the renewable energy field. And in Hawaii, we'll soon see hydrogen fuel cells in cars, fleets and microgrids.
Legally, it could take the United States at least three years to pull out of the international treaty on mitigating climate change. During the interim, the country may cede valuable opportunities for new low-carbon businesses.
The unlikely story of how businesses backed the state's emissions reduction policies. Will they follow the same playbook for U.S. and global policies?
From corn shoes manufactured by Reebok to lingerie fabric Naia made by Eastman to all sorts of packaging and electronics, bio-based, compostable products are reaching market.
Corporate directors are under more pressure than ever to understand the financial and operational risks that climate change poses. Here's how your company can take action.