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Hybrid airships powered by solar can go where no planes dare go.
Maria van der Hoeven, head of the International Energy Agency, talks about transitioning to a low-carbon economy.
John Warner - a founding father of the "green chemistry" movement - seeks a world where manufactured goods are harmless.
Recovering water from fresh potatoes helps chip factory turn off the taps, part of a pilot project with worldwide potential
Siemens Canada CEO Robert Hardt opens up about the company's cleantech ambitions.
General Electric gets serious about refrigerator recycling; Hudbay Minerals fails on human rights.
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.
New technologies are making it easier and less expensive to clean, manage, protect and waste less of the life-giving liquid.
Oxfam America sees more oil and mining companies taking the principle of "free prior and informed consent" seriously.
Office Depot is applauded for its emission-reduction initiatives, while Chevron faces off with the EPA.
Fast-growing Goldcorp says it takes corporate social responsibility seriously, but words don't always line up with actions.
When mining companies work with NGOs, lifting poor communities out of poverty may come at a cost to the environment.
Does being gay or lesbian in the corporate world give you an advantage or limit your career?
Social Capital Partners is breaking down employment barriers that are keeping millions of North Americans out of work.