Computing & IT

Take a tour of the sustainable cleaning product company's first U.S. plant, complete with state-of-the-art production lines, on-site renewable energy and a rooftop farm.

Tweets and GPS may seem like mere conveniences, but in regions with less infrastructure, smartphones can help pinpoint quakes fast.

Here’s how Royal DSM, Disney, Caterpillar, Philips and giants of sharing are already seeing the benefits of moving beyond the take-make-waste model.

A behind-the-scenes glimpse of how investors are evaluating evolving financing options for beefing up energy performance.

Corporate recycling and waste diversion efforts still aren't cutting it. Better understanding where waste originates and preventing it at the source could increase both profitability and sustainability.

From energy management to supply chain inventory or travel to and from meetings, connectivity has big potential implications for corporate sustainability.

U.S. data centers slurped down 91 billion kWh in 2013 alone. System architecture studies and new technologies promise to cut that by half.

The energy analytics startup — which works with more than two dozen utilities and government agencies — wants to go global.

The agricultural plastic market was valued at $5.87 billion in 2012, and while plastic is efficient for farmers, it also poses stark environmental problems.