Business and Technology News
The Business & Technology news feed includes stories about climate change solutions involving new technology, the private sector, and regional, national and international policy.
Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick shares his insights about the Commonwealth's energy policy and transition to renewable sources.
With carbon dioxide levels past the 400-ppm threshold, risks to businesses are looming even larger, driving the needs for faster, and bigger, action.
At last week's Living Future conference, engineers and architects discussed designing and operating buildings that achieve net zero energy use.
It's a research-heavy week here at ICYMI HQ, with studies detailing everything from profiles of ESG professionals to solutions for sustainable cities.
The vast majority of clean energy investment not coming from VCs is actually a positive indicator for the maturation of clean energy markets.
In this Q&A, the author of "The Upside of Down" shares how his concept of societal resilience can help companies prepare for change.
Footwear company's greenENERGY Fund invests in a portfolio of efficiency projects that target a strict 20 percent annual return on capital.
Cheryl Martin, deputy director of the Advanced Research Project Agency-Energy talks energy innovation at the 2013 VERGE conference in Boston.
Large commercial and residential buildings must report annual energy and water use, but aren't required to act on the results.
In this week's sustainability news roundup, we find big progress on climate policy, big commitments from a UK retailer and competition in the big home-energy market.