If CEOs hold the key to climate change, why aren’t they driving?

Ethical Markets Editor , Hazel Henderson , serves on the Carbon Disclosure Project’s Advisory Board for Latin America If CEOs hold the key to climate change, why aren’t they driving? By William Brent GreenBiz.com/blog, September 20, 2013 About two thirds of chief executives – 67 percent – believe that business is …

Green Buzz: Could smart meters stem $14 billion in annual water losses?

  Money Matters Could smart meters stem $14 billion in annual water losses? By Heather Clancy Upgrading aging water infrastructure is costly, but advanced technology can help utilities detect leaks or unbilled water usage faster. …Read More How can solar companies get new customers? Cold, hard cash By James Mandel …

Green Buzz: Which energy resources are gulping down our water?

    In The Flow     Which energy resources are gulping down our water? By Kate Zerrenner Here’s what we can learn from Texas’s current approach to energy and water policy. …Read More       HP travels ‘modern Silk Road’ to cut freight footprint By Sustainable Business News …

Google, Cisco share first place on Greenpeace’s 2013 Cool IT list

  On The Brink Climate change as real business risk By Michael Kramer Politicians might debate them, but the risks of climate change and their potential impact on businesses are all too real. …Read More How to prevent the natural resources economic bubble  By Nathan Havey Climate change and natural …

GreenBuzz: Inside H&M’s design for a new water management strategy

Register today for the 2013 GreenBiz Forums Water, Water (Not) Everywhere Inside H&M’s design for a new water management strategy  By Harry Stevens WWF will help the clothing giant address water scarcity in its buildings, product design and supply chain. …Read More Intel aims to make matches for wastewater heaven …

ENGAGING STAKEHOLDERS AROUND THE WORLD

New York, Orlando, San Francisco – we hope to see you this spring! Is this email not displaying correctly? View it in your browser. Future 500 Newsletter February 2013 The bridge between corporations and NGOs ENGAGING STAKEHOLDERS AROUND THE WORLD We are busy executing our 2013 plan to build bridges …

ENGAGING STAKEHOLDERS AROUND THE WORLD

New York, Orlando, San Francisco – we hope to see you this spring! Is this email not displaying correctly? View it in your browser. Future 500 Newsletter February 2013 The bridge between corporations and NGOs ENGAGING STAKEHOLDERS AROUND THE WORLD We are busy executing our 2013 plan to build bridges …

New report: Buildings as a platform for innovation and transformation

Taking Care of Business By Joel Makower, Chairman & Executive Editor Today, we are publishing a breakthrough report, VERGE and the Built Environment, focusing on how technology convergence is rapidly affecting buildings, campuses, neighborhoods, and cities. Written by LEED pioneer and GreenBiz.com senior editor Rob Watson, the report focuses on …

VERGE Weekly: Recyclebank’s London Transport app, Microsoft’s Price on Carbon, Sustainable Cites and more

By Derek Top, Senior Editor, Program Director – VERGE We’re in the home stretch for next week’s VERGE London event. Panel discussions include how to capitalize on convergence opportunities, with Cisco, VantagePoint Capital Partners and Shell Foundation, and the role of connected cars, with representatives from Jaguar Land Rover and …

Green Button paves way for new commercial energy tools

VERGE Ahead By Derek Top, Senior Editor, Program Director – VERGE As program director for VERGE, I have the honor of working with amazing and inspired thought leaders to help build our global events and webcasts. At VERGE DC, we showcased leaders in big data, building automation, electric vehicles, energy …