The new UPS sustainability report proves that carbon management is good business: UPS is shipping more orders while reducing carbon emissions.
Author: Tina Casey
The 30-year-old Tenn-Tom Waterway is getting an energy efficiency upgrade from a new US Army Corps of Engineers third-party financing contract.
International Paper has set a medium-term goal to reduce waste sent to landfills 30 percent by 2020, with aspirational goal of achieving zero manufacturing waste.
Plug Power and Ace Hardware show how fuel cell electric vehicles could break into the open road EV market, through the shipping and handling sector.
Twelve leading U.S. companies have partnered with the WWF and WRI to overcome unmet renewable energy demand, with the Renewable Energy Buyers’ Principles.
Greenpeace is an expert at raising awareness about critical environmental issues but the organization is not infallible, and it may have picked a loser with its latest target: the Lego Group. Last week, Greenpeace accused Lego of “keeping bad company” by renewing its longstanding brand co-promotion of Royal Dutch Shell LEGO® playsets.
The Little Sun and SunBell solar lamps by Bright Products demonstrate how industrial designers meet the challenges of solar cells with attractive, intuitive designs and multi-use devices.
Eight states on both coasts coordindate ZEV Action Plan to kickstart the market for zero emission vehicles, but one state is conspicuously absent.
Bell Aquaculture demonstrates how engineered fisheries can bring back local traditions that are threatened by the collapse of natural fisheries.
The Hanwha solar profile will dominate the diversified company’s public image, thanks to a solar makeover for its Seoul headquarters.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has just issued proposed new rules for refinery emissions that will affect a total of 149 facilities and millions of residents who live nearby.
GE and Saudi Aramco issue global desalination challenge focusing on clean energy solutions to lower costs and emissions related to desalination.