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?
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.
It’s been a rough week for Royal Dutch Shell. Profits are down, angst about its Arctic oil-drilling operations are way up, and costs for previous oil spill fiascos are still on the books. There’s a lot riding on the oil and gas giant’s rep, and it doesn’t seem to be getting a lot of sympathy from the shoreline.
There’s a dirty secret in the sustainability startup world. A lot of small startups — even those that purport to be sustainable from the ground up — offer unpaid internships. They justify this practice to themselves, but I think it’s flat-out wrong.
It became clear at the recent U.N. Financing for Development Conference in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, that both public- and private-sector involvement will be needed to finance the forthcoming Sustainable Development Goals.
If the coho salmon have even a chance of surviving in California, then the efforts of companies such as the Mendocino Redwood Co. are important as the Golden State struggles with drought, population growth and securing water for agriculture.
The recent shut-down of the once “disruptive” app HomeJoy, which had $40 million in funding, may be the sign of things to come as the gig economy evolves alongside the growing freelance movement.
SolarCity recently introduced a new solar energy service that enables small- and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) to pay less for solar than they pay for power from their local utility. Initially, SolarCity will offer its SMB service to owner-occupied businesses in California, but plans to expand it to the East Coast and other areas in early 2016.
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