Ernst and Young LLP has released a report detailing risks that executives should consider when looking at their supply chains.
A new survey conducted by the consultancy firm Deliotte shows that British companies are unprepared to meet carbon emission accounting standards should they become mandatory government guidelines.
IKEA's latest wind farm acquisition posits the question of what the big company's motivations are. What may surprise you is how far the company is willing to go to be green.
Actress Cate Blanchett is guiding the Sydney Theatre Company toward becoming the leading example of sustainability in the theater community.
As artistic directors at the Sydney Theatre Company, Blanchett and her husband Andrew Upton have initiated several initiatives aimed at reducing the theatre's carbon footprint, and making the building carbon-neutral by 2011.
An American chain of grocery stores recently announced it is going solar. In an effort to reduce carbon emissions by 20 percent by 2015 using 2008 as a baseline, the Stop & Shop Supermarket Company has completed the installation of solar panels at eight of its stores in the northeast United States.
According to a new survey conducted by GreenBiz.com the clean energy economy is showing strong signs of growth.
GreenBiz.com's research involved surveying 483 businesses, over half of which have annual revenues of US$1 billion-plus.
Here are some of survey's important findings: