Tennis fans and green business advocates alike should be fascinated by this story of the re-purposed tennis ball. It may take some time to get used to this unorthodox design. But then you'll definitely never see a bluetooth speaker the same way again.
Recycling, sustainability, alternative energy, and just plain old frugal responsibility when it comes to running a business…. Learn how to become a green business — or at least how to become “greener.”
If saving the environment isn't reason enough for your company to go green, here are some ways that being eco-friendly can really benefit your small business.
UPS has named Tamara Barker as its new Chief Sustainability Officer. She's charged with keeping the company on task with reach its sustainability goals set for the end of the decade.
Some small efforts can help you and your business on the path to being truly eco-friendly. Many of the apps on our list celebrating Earth Day help you make those tiny efforts.
The Danish company Scotia has created a new streetlight, the Monopole, which is designed to capture sunlight during the day and turn it into off-the-grid light at night.
You don't need a high tech product to make a huge impact with your business. All you really need is to provide a simple cost effective solution to a problem your customers need resolved. This tool certainly seems to check all the boxes.
Smart submeters can allow small business owners to better monitor their water usage. Should your small business be looking into adding this technology to its Internet of Things?
The Hot Dang meatless veggie grain burger is definitely not the traditional version of the all-American food. And it never was intended to be the basis for a business model.
Want to go green in your office? It's the trend and, of course, it'll help save the planet and probably reduce costs. Here are 7 fun ways of going green at the office.
A partnership between Citrix and Sony could help revolutionize the way small business owners use tablets as productivity tools.
Harvest Power has developed a unique ability in the energy industry. The company is able to take general food waste and turn that into usable energy.
Renewable Energy Group has agreed to purchase all the bio-diesel production abilities of Imperium Renewables. The $15 million acquisition could serve as a watershed moment for smaller ag businesses looking to monetize their waste as byproducts.