News and Articles About Green Leaders
This founder of a cell phone recycling company the tools that help him and his team run his business while on the road.
A Los Angeles-based multimedia platform focuses on inspiring stories about the environment to help counterbalance the usual doom-and-gloom narrative.
More companies are taking this eco-friendly shipping approach to limit their environmental impact.
Hybrid, electric and clean-diesel models have taken hold of the U. S. auto market. But what does that mean for your bottom line? These 'treps tell us why they have gone green.
The story of the popular car-sharing service started by two moms in Massachusetts could be an inspiration for your new business.
This guiding principle helped the founders of an eco-friendly, entrepreneurial company take its cleaning products from the car trunk to the aisles of Target.
The celebrated entrepreneur urges startups to consider developing green solutions for the future.
How a Silicon Valley veteran and an English-bred chef helped define the farm-to-table movement.
More people are exploring microfarming as a way to become their own boss. A look at two moonlighting gardeners in Cleveland.
This business analyst is an unlikely leader in the economics of food localization.
Producing and using locally sourced food is becoming a sustainable business. Call it Foodie Inc.
Co-founder of an upcycled clothing and accessories maker describes a new frontier for product innovations.
A Texas designer uses her passion for sustainable living to strike out on her own.
This Web hub helps companies communicate their uniqueness and sell their goods.
The Chester, Penn.-based wine company's early success shatters long-held industry standards. Plus, a look at other game-changers in the beverages industry.
An aquatic exhibits designer crafts a plan to reinvigorate his state's marine life and fishing industry.
Patagonia founder Yvon Chouinard is using music, fish and--of course--clothing to fuel environmental causes.
Forget recycling. Reusing materials discarded in the manufacturing process is a growing force behind a fresh new industry.
What do a Lincoln Continental, a Victoria Secret model and Kevin Costner have to do with each other? Environmentalism. Duh.
A couple turns restaurants' cooking oil into soap -- and sells it back to the establishments.
An online effort to connect farmers with consumers trying to buy local gets a million-dollar VC infusion.
Inspired by his passion for the environment, keyboardist Chuck Leavell launches a global news network.
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