Issue 41: Diversity and Cleantech Issue See all issues
The first-ever Canadian mining sustainability ranking explores which Canadian mining companies are taking the lead on sustainable measures of performance.
Industry experts have compiled CK's 2012 Cleantech 10 and Next 10 list, a must-read annual snapshot of Canada's publicly traded leaders and up-and-coming startups.
CK evaluates how effectively Standard and Poor's 500 top companies are incorporating gender diversity into their boards of directors
Some firms perform better than others when it comes to following through on social and environmental responsibilities, as our first Global mining ranking demonstrates
New innovations, from gold-extracting bacteria to ventilation on demand, are helping the mining sector economically reduce its environmental footprint
Female-friendly boards have yet to reach a critical mass in Canada, while our growing minority population watches from the sidelines
When mining companies partner with NGOs focused on lifting poor communities out of poverty, it may come at a cost to the environment
Canada is punching above its weight in the global mining sector, but being a dominant foreign investor isn’t license to behave badly
Fast-growing Goldcorp says it takes corporate social responsibility seriously, but words don't always line up with actions
Does being gay or lesbian in the corporate world give you an advantage or limit your career?
Twenty-eight of the world’s biggest oil, gas and mining companies get a report card on their community consent policies
New technologies are making it easier and less expensive to clean, manage, protect and waste less of life-giving liquid we take for granted
More institutional investors are pushing for a sustainability-themed pay link for executives
Companies that see the link between growth and sustainability need to look beyond incrementalism to achieve lasting results
In Green Illusions, author Ozzie Zehner says we simply consume too much stuff
Office Depot is applauded by the Environmental Protection Agency for its emission-reduction initiatives, while Chevron faces the agency's regulatory muscle
General Electric gets serious about refrigerator recycling; Hudbay Minerals fails on human rights
Siemens Canada CEO Robert Hardt opens up about the company's cleantech ambitions
Hybrid airship powered by solar can go where no planes dare go
Recovering water from fresh potatoes helps chip factory turn off the taps, part of a pilot project with worldwide potential
Green products are great, but not necessarily how they're made. John Warner - a founding father of the "green chemistry" movement - seeks a world where the chemicals we use to manufacture things do little or no harm in the first place
An interview with Maria van der Hoeven, head of the International Energy Agency, about the challenges of transitioning to a low-carbon economy