The lackluster political support for science could bite companies squarely in the supply chain.
Benefits of the circular economy go beyond reductions of waste and carbon emissions to real business advantages. Ellen MacArthur Foundation, Accenture and UL EHS are building metrics to prove them.
The market opportunity for safer chemicals to replace those suspected to hold endocrine disruptors and other toxins is estimated to be headed to $100 billion by 2020.
Microsoft, Google, Unilever, Tata, Siemens and others are seeing expanded markets, new recruits and risk reduction. How about your company?
The beverage and food giant aims to restore 600,000 cubic meters of aquifer lands with the help of the Nature Conservancy.
Munich Re, Swiss Re, Liberty Mutual, Nationwide, Prudential, Travelers and the Hartford are found to give high-quality assessment of climate risks. But most insurers do not.
IoT tools can learn a thing or two about human processes, such as teaching, plumbing or even diagnosing cancer. Hewlett Packard Enterprise is trying.
Aided by the Internet of Things, circular flows are being realized with growing speed. Here are stories from three of the world's largest companies.
Biome, which makes hydroponic living walls, and Evrnu, which crafts new textiles from garment waste, won the VERGE 16 Accelerate pitch contests.
From dozens of conversations about electric power generation and delivery at VERGE 16, it's clear this century-old industry is being turned upside down.