Jennifer Kho, digital strategy editor at GreenBiz.com, passionately covers business and the environment. Aside from GreenBiz.com, she contributes to Forbes.com, and her stories also have appeared in The New York Times blogs, Fast Company, The Wall Street Journal, Los Angeles Times, MIT's Technology Review, The Christian Science Monitor, GigaOM, VentureBeat and many other publications. She previously served as a senior editor at AOL’s DailyFinance and as the founding editor of Greentech Media.
Software developers and entrepreneurs converged in San Francisco for GreenBiz Group's hackathon during the weekend of Nov 9-11. The goal? To create solutions to challenges faced by companies, cities and others seeking to curb energy use and create smart transportation systems -- all helping urban denizens live better, more sustainable lives. Code for America hosted the event at its office.
At VERGE London, speakers discussed how the convergence of energy, information, transportation and building technologies is impacting cars, buildings, cities, energy and more. Check out the Twitter chatter from attendees during the event.
The Environmental Protection Agency set its first ever rules on natural-gas fracking this week, a decision likely to shift the landscape for a wide variety of businesses. Here's what you need to know from around the Web.
A new report finds that Walmart is falling woefully short of its sustainability goals. But a Walmart spokeswoman the retail giant has projects in the works to eliminate 16 million metric tons of greenhouse gases.