Microsoft is showing leadership with the announcement it will commit $500 million for affordable housing within a region desperate to solve this crisis.
Author: Leon Kaye
BNEF says investments in renewables are holding steady worldwide—and a slight drop-off in spending between 2017 and 2018 should not cause much concern.
To inspire students so they engage with technology, PwC has rolled out CODE-E, a life-size robot designed to interact with kids in New York City classrooms.
As big businesses take on healthcare, technological innovation plus new directives in California will make the sector central to the ESG debate in 2019.
Making tofu is a resource-intensive process, but Renewal Mill upcycles soy waste and turns it into a profitable, high-protein alternative to wheat flour.
We mention five companies that have stood out during 2018 for stepping up and speaking out against recent policies that have come out of the White House.
Recently, Mars and four leading NGOs came together on #GenerationForChange on Twitter during COP24 to discuss how the private sector can lead on climate action, align with the SDGs and ensure a more sustainable supply chain worldwide.
A recent APCO Worldwide survey revealed only 39 percent of Fortune 1000 executives feel “very prepared” to manage risks and disruptions that could be posed by any unanticipated challenge, from political crises to a social media flare-up.
Juan Valdez has been the enduring symbol of Colombia’s coffee industry for 60 years; over the past decade, he and the entire sector have been undergoing a sustainability makeover.
Join us tomorrow, December 4, at Noon ET/9am PT for a live one-hour #GenerationForChange chat during COP24 in Poland, hosted by Mars Inc.