Two Steps Forward

HP's Martin Fink on the pursuit of a greener Internet

As both the volume and the power of data grow expontentially, there is increased demand to reduce the energy use of computing.Martin Fink, chief technology officer of Hewlett-Packard Enterprise, spoke to GreenBiz Editor in Chief Joel Makower about how he believes we can design this desired greener Internet during the VERGE 2015 conference in San Jose, California.  Read more →

Clean tech and innovation: Solar Impulse's view from 10,000 feet

A conversation with a fearless pilot traversing the Pacific, powered entirely by 17,248 solar cells. Read more →

What's happened to Earth Day?

If you check your inbox this week, you may be reminded that the more things change, the more they stay the same. Read more →

A 'first contact' team for the future

Why is famed designer McDonough palling around in New Delhi with entrepreneur and former New York City mayoral hopeful Jack Hidary? Read more →

State of Green Business: The sharing economy goes B-to-B

From shipping to storage space to heavy-duty equipment, a new crop of companies riffing on Uber's "collaborative economy" models are targeting corporate clients. Read more →

State of Green Business: Agriculture plants the seeds of regeneration

Harnessing the genius of soil to draw down greenhouse gases already in the atmosphere. Read more →

Why Microsoft gave sustainability a promotion

Here's clear acknowledgment of C-suite buy-in, and a signal both internally and externally about the company?s intentions. Read more →

White House CSO Christine Harada on sustainability at the top

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Episode 18: Ellen MacArthur, James Hansen, Paul Hawken at GreenBiz 16

This week's GreenBiz 350 podcast comes live from the Phoenix site of our annual gathering of sustainability chiefs from some of the world's biggest companies. Read more →

Episode 17: Meet the White House CSO; Community solar goes corporate

The week on the GreenBiz 350 podcast: Mike Bloomberg's next move on climate, the woman overseeing the sustainability of the U.S. government and the move to mid-sized solar. Read more →