In Can Business Save the Earth? Innovating Our Way to Sustainability, Michael Lenox and Aaron Chatterji explain just how the private sector can help minimize environmental impact while driving economic growth.
The effects of cuts to federal clean energy initiatives under Trump will leave us, at best, with energy shortages and rolling blackouts, and at worst, lagging woefully behind the rest of the world in terms of energy production.
Big data medicine: Pharmacies act as gateways between patients & a new high-tech asthma inhaler equipped with a sensor to track when & where it is used…
Clean the World, which recycles used bars of soap, has become an emerging powerhouse in the hospitality industry that works to save lives of people around the world…
For Solar Companies That Survive the Recession, There’s a Lot of Promise Ahead
Turning sunlight into electricity is big business, with the market for photovoltaic technologies expected to grow a whopping 39.9% over the next five years.
The U.S. solar industry is at an all-time high, but it still hasn’t caught up with Europe.
The meat industry is an environmental monster, responsible for more greenhouse gas emissions than worldwide transportation, gobbling up 26 percent of the Earth’s land for grazing and releasing countless toxins—from nitrogen to antibiotics—into our water supplies.
New York-based Green Owl Records and other music labels and studios are raising money for green causes, using recycled materials and creating zero-impact CDs.