Even corporations with vested interests in the existing energy infrastructure are hedging their bets by investing in emerging technologies.
Benefit corporations are a sort of magic nonprofit and for-profit hybrid of social responsibility.
High-speed rail does not materialize with the snap of a finger or the uttering of inspiring words in a State of the Union speech. It costs public money.
Yingli Green Energy is getting into the world's game by sponsoring FC Bayern Munich, one of the biggest teams in soccer.
Now that we know that Taco Bell's "seasoned beef" is mostly made up of extenders and "flavor enhancers," I got to wondering what other weird things lace the fast food giant's delicacies. Attention, truth-in-advertising lawyers: we've got a strawberry-free "Strawberry Frutista"!
In his State of the Union, Obama called for 80% of electricity to come from clean sources by 2035, and 80% of Americans to have access to high-speed rail within 25 years.
California's biggest solar installers want homeowners in the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic to shovel off their roofs and install photovoltaic panels.
Michelle Obama and Walmart announced a healthy food initiative last week. The media accepted the deal at face value. Here are some hard questions.
Food-policy reform at the national level isn't getting anywhere fast. But don't get depressed; organize at the local level!