Besides recent efforts by many states to cut business and personal taxes recently, one of the most notable strains of economic-development policy has been the growing use by cities and states of tax incentives to drive their green economies.
Green groups have been expressing support for protesters of the Brown and Garner decisions, though there’s no direct connection to sustainability concerns, and CEOs themselves have expressed concern over the melding of the two.
Manufacturing CEOs are making sustainability an increasingly important criterion in siting, constructing and operating their facilities today.
Sustainability has become a priority for most companies these days primarily because constituents, including customers, investors, suppliers, employees and the public at large, are demanding it.
Sustainability is more than just a fad— but that doesn’t make it easy.
Many business experts say that with increasing natural resource costs, regulation and public scrutiny, companies today need to go beyond traditional efficiency, and that requires a highranking manager with a specific mandate—a chief sustainability officer.
What role will recycling energy play in the future of renewable energy?
The broad fear and culpability over humanity’s impact upon the earth and its climate now hold a powerful influence over nearly all social institutions....
Google co-founder Larry Page says in his blog that the time is right for the company to build rapidly on renewable energy
When Canadian born Patrick Moore began his career more than 30 years ago as an environmental activist and founder of Greenpeace, he was appalled...