In the near future, clean hydrogen, or hydrogen produced with very low or zero carbon emissions, could be one of the most viable replacements for fossil fuels. By 2050, it could cut 7 gigatons of carbon dioxide (CO2) annually, about 20% of human-generated CO2 emissions.
During Women's History Month, we reflect on the achievements and contributions of women from the past and present. The theme of the month is embracing equity — an action that rejects bias, makes progress for equality, and fosters psychological safety.
Sarah McInerney, Ray of Hope Prize Manager at the Biomimicry Institute recaps the excitement of having three Ray of Hope Prize Alumni teams win big at the Hello Tomorrow Deep Tech Global Summit in Paris.
The Global Electronics Council (GEC), a non-profit organization founded to promote sustainable electronics, today announced the addition of criteria within its EPEAT ecolabel system focused on decarbonizing the supply chain for solar panel production.
CRB, a leading global provider of advanced engineering, architecture, construction and consulting solutions to the life sciences and food and beverage industries, today announced the hiring of Ryan Thompson as its new Industry 4.0 lead.
Small businesses are the beating heart of economies, but for many finding the right resources is a challenge. Digital tools can help empower entrepreneurs by providing access to expert guidance, training, community and funding.
During its Inspiring Conversations audio series, Truist Foundation President Lynette Bell sits down with various partners of the foundation so they can share the amazing work their organizations are doing to make a difference in their respective communities.
Black & Veatch, a global leader in critical infrastructure solutions, has announced Silas S. Dulan III as an Associate Vice President and the company’s Global Director of Diversity, Equity & Inclusion. Dulan will work with company leaders to advance commitments.
Suppliers of Whole Foods Market are empowering microentrepreneurs, primarily women, with economic opportunity. These generous brands fund microloans for entrepreneurs living in poverty so they can start or expand a small business, often home-based.
Powering an Inclusive Future for All means addressing the barriers that keep people from accessing the Internet, including cost, skills gaps, and lack of networking infrastructure. But access is just the beginning.
Solidia Technologies is expanding production capacity of its Supplementary Cementitious Material (SCM). The proprietary SCM improves the durability, workability, and overall properties of concrete while mineralizing captured CO2 to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 30% to 40%.
PNC Bank and Chip Ganassi Racing (CGR) announced today the launch of Women In Motorsports Powered by PNC Bank with Chip Ganassi Racing, a new campaign to drive awareness and support for gender equality and economic inclusion for women in the workforce.
Planet Water Foundation is responding to the recent United Nations call for an urgent response to accelerate clean water access to all by deploying a combination of 22 clean drinking water systems, sanitization systems, and water-health education programs across 6 countries.
Back in 2011, Facebook set an ambitious target to meet 100 percent of its energy needs with renewable sources. It took 10 years to build the infrastructure and programs, but in 2020, the company now known as Meta crossed the finish line.
Growing a global company on a planet with finite resources demands fresh thinking. We’re working to be a positive and creative force in protecting the environment by continually looking for ways to conserve water, minimize energy consumption, lower emissions and reduce waste.
The latest report from Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, which lays out the current and growing impacts of the global climate crisis, is “devastating and harrowing—and yet it holds out hope,” said Ceres CEO and President Mindy Lubber.
Thinking about what’s possible, Laurel Meeks said, is one of her favorite parts of her job. As director of renewable energy development, based in Charlotte, N.C., her team is responsible for adding battery storage in Duke Energy’s six states.