The fashion industry worldwide is going through a big shift to support sustainability. Many of the leading apparel brands have woken up to the environmental hazards posed by the use […]
The share of solar, wind, geothermal, hydropower, biomass, and waste-to-energy technologies is on the rise in total world energy output as costs reduc ...
Bank of America today announced a $1 million grant to Water.org, a global organization that provides innovative, community-led and market-based solut ...
To say that we’ve seen a broad range of responses from public utilities to the “onslaught” of rooftop solar would be an understatement. On the o ...
Trucks move $10 trillion worth of freight every year in the U.S., consuming more than 21 billion gallons of fuel, which is nearly 70 gallons for every U.S. resident. However, [...]
As the U.S. Government begins drafting a landmark National Action Plan on business and human rights, it is facilitating a series of consultations across the country. One of four was [...]
March is Employee Spirit Month, which indicates several things, including that a lack of spirit is so pervasive in workforces that a cheerleading month is contemplated as a possible solution. [...]
Can you imagine not having access to clean water? The truth is, not having access to clean water is truly incomprehensible for most of us; we take it for granted. [...]
The Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) are eight broad goals with targets ranging from eradicating extreme poverty to halting the spread of HIV/AIDS and providing universal primary education, all by 2015. [...]
How can we use technology to transform learning and help students succeed in school and beyond? At AT&T, that’s a question we ask ourselves a lot, and over the past [...]
There can be no question that our energy supply is undergoing profound changes, driven first by concerns over peak oil that have been superseded by concerns over greenhouse gas emissions. [...]