Waste Management is changing the game when it comes to zero-waste-to-landfill and becoming a frontrunner in the environmental sustainability movement.
A group of innovative thinkers from India and East Africa joined the SAP Social Entrepreneur Fellowship program in Silicon Valley earlier this month.
Amazon announced earlier this week that its Dash buttons are available now for all Amazon Prime members. What does this mean for sustainable consumption?
On Monday, August 3, President Barack Obama and EPA Chief Gina McCarthy released the finalized version of the Clean Power Plan, a set of regulations designed to limit the amount of greenhouse gases emitted from electricity generation. The New York Times called it “the strongest action ever taken in the U.S. to combat climate change.”
Fleet managers are turning to compressed natural gas (CNG) in the short term, but fossil gas as a source is highly problematic, and algae biofuel presents a long-term solution.
UPS announced agreements to use up to 46 million gallons of renewable fuels over the next three years.
Fiction lets a reader think and talk about climate change when they might be more comfortable ignoring it in reality. It’s the perfect medium to suggest the consequences of environmental destruction, to make a reader ask “what if?”
From humble beginnings, I learned that favorable outcomes hinge on sustainable strategies. Much like developing a secret recipe, a few key ingredients existed that ensured my company would not only make a positive impact, but would also thrive in its niche market. Here are four key ingredients that helped my company succeed in enacting social change.
The social stigma around sharing is receiving less of “who would do that…” and more of ‘sign me up!’ With the sharing economy on a roller coaster ride that’s only going up, the question that remains is: How do you join in and make a dime — or an impact?
Today’s adoption of the Clean Power Plan begs this question: Why shouldn’t a utility customer be able to put solar on their roof, net out their electricity bill and sell any surplus to the grid for a profit? What state allows this? The answer is none.
“Women’s leadership” can mean many things — personal development, career advancement, community engagement. Here we present an editorially independent series on women’s leadership and advancement, brought to you by MGM Resorts Foundation.
We examine the challenges, triumphs and future of green electronics. How does the concept of a circular economy fit into a world in which everything is electrified? An editorially independent series brought to you by the Green Electronics Council.
In this series, TriplePundit highlights innovative companies working to solve long-term problems with short-term business solutions for both people and planet. An editorially independent series brought to you by CVS Health.
When it comes time to extend programs beyond the basics, it can be hard to justify the expense. Or is it? In this series we discuss the ROI of sustainability — what it means and how to track it. An editorially independent series brought to you by MeterHero.