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This week HP released its 2012 sustainability report, which covers the company's work on carbon reporting, social enterprise and supply chain transparency.
Happy Easter! These poor Peeps are entering their third Easter, and they are still going strong.
Got open loop recycling? We hear about companies developing closed loop recycling systems, many sustainability professionals consider to be the holy grail of turning trash into treasure. But open loop recycling - also known as downcycling - is still going strong and ...
LiquidSpace now parters with Marriott to give its members even more options to hold co-working sessions with speedy conference room rental options.
The rise of the sharing economy, or collaborative consumption, means it has become far more mainstream, and therefore corporations are taking an interest.
Farmers in the San Joaquin Valley have suffered from California’s lingering water crisis, but business opportunities in central California are abundant.
Cisco has long been a corporate social responsibility (CSR) trailblazer, and this year the Cisco 2012 CSR report is no exception.
View, Inc., a manufacturer of "dynamic glass," is touting its futuristic intelligent windows through today's conclusion at GreenBuild 2012.
Symantec’s 2012 corporate social responsibility report is a compelling example of how companies should frame challenges and successes to its stakeholders
Edeniq Inc., surrounded by farms and orchards growing some of America’s most valuable crops, is pushing the boundaries of cellulosic ethanol innovation.
TMC Innovation for six years has been rethinking one of the most mundane cogs of our infrastructure, the streetlight.
Jeff Walter of HP explains how the Silicon Valley giant's recycling program has many components, and dates back to the late 1960s.