11 Dec 2012
- Written by GreenBiz News
- Why SAP sees an open road for 'connected cars'
By Joel Makower, July 28, 2014
The software company aims to become a driving force in connected cars.
- The 3 questions you need to ask about assessing water risk
By Jason Morrison, July 28, 2014
Older protocols are less relevant in this era of climate change and water stress. It's time to reconsider and revise how you assess risk.
- Why certification's time has come
By Suzanne C. Shelton, July 28, 2014
If manufacturers build products meeting the most stringent certifications, it will hold more meaning for consumers at shelf.
- 7 charts tell the story of a changing energy landscape
By Johannes Friedrich, July 28, 2014
How have U.S. power sector emissions changed over the last 40 years? These charts will show you.
- In water we trust: How Quito's water trust funds succeed
By Aleszu Bajak, July 28, 2014
This intriguing solution to watershed degradation has flourished in Ecuador's capital city.
- Southwest's innovative upcycling experiment
By Heather Clancy, July 25, 2014
What can you do with 14 shipping containers of used leather? The airline is teaming with social entrepreneurs to find out.
- How long-term futures thinking helps with strategy now
By Helen Clarkson, July 25, 2014
Want your company to stick around? Avoid these dangerous examples of business myopia, and challenge yourself to this thought exercise.
- How Royal Bank of Scotland improved its carbon accounting system
By Mark Chadwick, July 25, 2014
RBS worked with Carbon Clear to improve its carbon software system, increasing data quality, transparency and auditability.
- The Future MBA, week 3: A win-win, not a win
By Giselle Weybrecht, July 25, 2014
What would the Future MBA look like? Explore the potential in week 3 of this new 100-day series.
- Will that M2M solution work? AT&T is hacking the answer
By Heather Clancy, July 24, 2014
Want to test a smart garbage system? AT&T's "maker" lab can take an idea to a prototype in an hour. Other tech giants are incubating M2M tools, too.
- Will climate change put hockey on thin ice?
By James Murray, July 24, 2014
The professional league fears that a warming world may leave young hockey players holding the stick.
- When procurement obscures the forest for the trees
By Paul Trianosky, July 24, 2014
The Sustainable Forestry Initiative makes the argument that logging the longleaf pine is better than leaving it alone.
- Will Clean Water Act foes leave small businesses high and dry?
By Zach Bernstein, July 24, 2014
What do the small business owners think of the proposed "Waters of the U.S." rule? An ASBC poll revealed some surprises.
- Why the climate movement needs a Nelson Mandela
By Joanna Benn, July 24, 2014
A U.N. ambassador calls for a revolutionary approach to managing our "global commons," including waterways from the Nile to the Thames.
- DuPont and GM's lessons for closing in on zero waste
By Matthias Krause, July 23, 2014
How dedicated are you to going landfill-free? One company did it in less than three years with few people, no capital and an unglamorous laundry list.
- How PECI engages employees on small projects for big impact
By Jessica Zahn, July 23, 2014
A humble $2,000 internal grant program has been yielding significant dividends in employee engagement and workspace sustainability practices.
- Sainsbury's turns its own expired food into electricity
By James Murray, July 23, 2014
U.K. supermarkets Sainsbury announces that one English store is now powered entirely by biogas.
- GreenBiz 101: The core of materiality? What matters most
By Heather Clancy, July 22, 2014
As the push toward integrated financial and sustainability reporting accelerates, materiality is at the heart of disclosing ESG risks.
- Why addressing low-income poverty is good for business
By Livia Martini, July 22, 2014
Hiring practices, wage policies and affordable, quality products that meet the needs of low-income populations can influence this unrelenting social issue.
- What makes the LEED Dynamic Plaque a game-changer?
By Adam Sledd, July 22, 2014
USGBC's latest enhancement to the LEED real estate standard encourages both ambition and accountability for everyone from investors to occupants.