Companies are scrambling to exploit Africa’s potential. One major factor will separate the winners from the losers.
The murky world of corporate political spending and lobbying is drawing unprecedented attention from shareholders.
The SEC has failed to act on growing demands for mandatory corporate political spending disclosure. It’s time for the dawdling to end.
The EPA’s new rule-making proposal is great news for Exelon, terrible news for Peabody Energy.
Today is the 25th anniversary of the catastrophic Exxon Valdez oil spill. The oil industry has made significant progress since then, but it has so much left to learn.
Utilities are doing their best to prevent SolarCity from testing its battery-storage technology using Tesla's lithium-ion batteries, and auto dealers are trying to kill Tesla.
Your food bill is creeping up, but there are things you can do to change that.
Sci fi becomes reality, and Boeing and Facebook see nothing but upside.
This year, investors have launched a record-breaking number of shareholder resolutions seeking stronger action from companies on climate change.
While the top risks, in terms of likelihood and impact, are financial, water scarcity has climbed into the Top 5 in the last three years.
New laws are making meat production crueler and more dangerous than ever.
What the history of tobacco and asbestos litigation might reveal about coal’s prospects.
A day breathing Beijing's polluted air can take 2 to 3 "microlives" from your life expectancy, which adds up to three years over an average lifetime.
Privatization of water supplies will be an important issue as shortages become more widespread.
As China implements major new policies to restore its horribly polluted air to health, massive opportunities arise for Tesla.
As California continues to wither under a record-breaking drought, your grocery bill may just keep on climbing.
On Valentine’s Day, starry-eyed lovers scoop up chocolate and roses in staggering quantities, but there’s more than love behind these products.
Water scarcity is threatening global prosperity, and it will take $1 trillion per year to fix the problem.
New research shows that water stress is an essential vulnerability for hydraulic fracturing companies.
As Shell, ExxonMobil, and Chevron all announce income losses, investors continue to gloss over fundamental flaws in oil companies’ value proposition.