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U.N. Global Compact Addresses Sustainable Development in Africa

The event was part of “Africa: Advancing Partnerships and Responsible Business Leadership,” a week-long conference co-sponsored by the U.N. Global Compact. Held in…

A Triple Play on Climate Change: China, India, U.S. Take Action

The coincidence of the leaders of the world's #1, #2 and #4 carbon emitters taking strong action to reduce CO2 emissions is the…

GM’s 2013 Sustainability Report: Connecting to What’s Important

TriplePundit spoke with David Tulauskas, GM’s director of sustainability, about the company's 2013 Sustainability Report.

Report: China Holds a ‘Wide Lead’ in the Clean Energy Investment Race

As clean energy finance fell in Europe -- most notably Germany and Italy -- it soared in Asia, particularly in Japan and China…

Hilton Bans Shark Fin Soup in its Asian Pacific Locations

Guests at the Hilton hoping to order shark fin soup will have to take their business elsewhere: The hospitality giant recently announced a…

Gap Inc.’s P.A.C.E. Program Empowers Women on the Factory Floor

Gap Inc.'s highly successful P.A.C.E. program assists women in developing the foundational life skills to advance in their personal lives and the workplace.

Chinese Man Sues Government Over Smog

China is infamous for its dangerously high levels of air pollution, and now one man is suing the government for failing to reduce…

Unilever and UN Agency Team Up to Support Small Farmers

Unilever and IFAD ink an agreement to bring small farmers into the corporations supply chain. Is this more than just a great marketing…

States Reap the Benefits of US Solar Job Surge

Record job growth in the solar industry is putting people to work in communities in every region of the U.S. How did yours…

Intel CEO Challenges Electronics Industry to Dump ‘Conflict Minerals’

This year at the Consumer Electronics Show, Intel CEO Brian Krzanich reminded us that the cost of producing technological wonders goes well beyond…

China Slaps Massive Tariff on U.S. Imported Solar Materials

China has announced tariffs of up to 57% on polysilicon imported from U.S. which means hundreds of U.S. jobs lost.

What China Teaches Us About Environment and Economy

China's air quality has a direct impact on the country's GDP. Isn't this a sustainability issue?

Why ‘Made in America’ Does Not Have to Mean ‘Unaffordable’

“Made in America” labels aren’t exactly a common sight these days. Check the tag on the shirt or pants you are wearing, and…

USDA: Chicken Imported from China Is Now Safe

The USDA recently lifted a ban against chicken imported from China - well, sort of. In a quietly filed letter to Chinese inspection…

The World Economic Forum’s ‘Hottest Ideas’ for Climate Change are Tepid at Best

What do you get when you put four amazing climate intellects in a room and ask them for the “hottest” ideas to solve…