Victor Gao, executive director of Beijing Private Equity Association, discusses whether slowing growth in China has impacted investments in clean energy.
The world trashed a record amount of electronics in 2014.
Most of the oil spilled in the disaster is gone, but effects on the Gulf of Mexico are still being gauged. NBC News reports.
CNBC's Kate Rogers reports on Adidas' plan to turn plastic waste into athletic wear.
While the Indonesian government has the political will to develop infrastructure, the private sector is taking the lead in rural areas, says Anderson Tanoto, director of RGE Group.
Nobu Okada, CEO of Singapore-based Astroscale, explains the company's mission to carry out the world's first space debris clean-up in 2017.
California has the most people and the biggest farm economy, but an epic drought is turning the two against each other.
Communities in the Golden State are expanding water recycling programs, and support for “toilet to tap” programs is growing.
Singapore has been seen as a good example of a sustainable smart city, but the use of technology is not without its downsides. CNBC's Pauline Chiou reports.
While there's much focus on the California drought and farmers, large global companies are managing for climate risks.
Hugh Martin, chairman & CEO of Sensity Systems, introduces the company's idea to convert street lighting infrastructure into a sensor network.
To attain its dream of constructing "smart cities", India will need to solve ongoing issues in the nation's infrastructure development. CNBC's Oriel Morrison reports.
California has enough water—that's not the problem, says Terry Tamminen. So here's how you solve the drought crisis.
Bison is America's original protein, and now it's America's hottest, putting the "paleo" in the popular Paleo Diet.
Tech competitors have converged on New Mexico to help the developing world——and maybe drought-stricken California.
Neeley Keeney's water delivery service is struggling to keep up with a booming demand in the drought-parched San Joaquin Valley.
With anti-pollution becoming a major focus for the Chinese government, some builders are turning to more innovative ways. CNBC's Eunice Yoon reports.
Ocean water may help drought-stricken California, but a combination of economic, environmental and regulatory hurdles remain.
Faced with California’s worsening drought and shrinking local water supplies, Santa Barbara is looking to the sea for salvation.
Proponents of raw milk argue that pasteurization is actually destroying the vital nutrients a body needs.