When I got a call from a friend to advise a university-based project on "green" investing, I jumped at the chance... By Terry Foecke.
Starbucks Coffee Company is heating up more than your daily Arabian Mocha Java or Yukon Blend -- it's also putting more kick into its procurement philosophy and supplier guidelines. By Kelley Kreitz.
The 2002 Winter Olympic Games in Salt Lake City, Utah, are drawing on 350 portable generators to supply 100 megawatts of power for such critical functions as broadcasting, security, timing and results operations, and information technology.
The California Energy Commission has adopted the nation's toughest energy efficiency standards for central air conditioners -- a move that could further diminish electricity demand during hot summers.
According to a recent National Policy Association study, European governments and businesses are substantially ahead of their American counterparts in developing public policies for responsible business practices.
Management must challenge its EH&S staff to be a profit center, with profits measured by losses avoided, lives saved, environment protected, and dividends paid.
Chefs Collaborative director Amy Bodiker explains why restaurants should develop relationships with local producers, and season procurement practices a pinch at a time, to taste. By Kelley Kreitz.
No one ever said farming was a day at the circus, but farmers eventually might be able to exchange pesticides for an industrial grade polymer that looks and acts like cotton candy as a major weapon against agricultural pests.
A group set up by the government to promote sustainable waste disposal in the UK has announced that it intends to double the recycling of plastic drinks bottles by offering financial support to companies to develop processing infrastructure and divert an additional 20,000 tons per year to recycling.
The Department of Energy is reassigning 40% of the 70 senior executives in its Environmental Management program.