McDonald's is switching to paper straws in its 1,300 UK locations, and the customers will have to ask for a straw to get one. Activists argue consumers make the best decision by not using straws at all.
Hemp products represent a growing niche within the green building-materials industry — a sector that posted $86.6 billion in revenues last year.
In advance of Earth Day, Apple on Thursday announced several new recycling initiatives and debuted Daisy, a recycling robot adept at disassembling iPhones.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk says he is sleeping on a couch, when he sleeps at all, while trying to ramp electric car production. There's an easier way to invest in the future of cars.
The growing demand for rechargeable batteries could lead to shortages in key materials.
Many sustainable investment products simply leave out financially risky companies or firms in the business of "vices." That's a strategy that doesn't resonate with all investors, UBS said.
Forget oil and gold. Here’s why water has become one of the world’s most valuable investments.
Kensington Palace explains how you can "mark the occasion" of the royal wedding.
Back in the 1980's, Jobs let Greg Steltenpoh put his Odwalla juices in the Apple cafeteria.
"The bad guys will def not escape," tweeted the Tesla CEO.
Matt Damon, actor, director and Water.org co-founder; Gary White, Water.org co-founder, and Anne Finucane, Bank of America vice chair, talk about the benefits of providing affordable clean water and sanitation to those people without access to it.
Matt Damon, actor, director and Water.org co-founder; Gary White, Water.org co-founder; Anne Finucane, Bank of America vice chair, and Miguel Patricio, Anheuser-Busch InBev, talk about the lack of access to clean water and sanitation around the world.
Matt Damon, actor, director and Water.org co-founder, and Gary White, Water.org co-founder, talk about raising awareness of the global water crisis and the millions of lives that it impacts.
The places offering the most environmentally-focused jobs might surprise you.
At today's Kairos Global Summit, student entrepreneurs will unveil start-up concepts to CEOs and investors that address societal ills.