April 10, 2013
GLOBE 2014 – Greater International Participation and Expanded Conference Themes planned for the 13th Biennial Conference & Trade Fair on the Business of the Environment
April 05, 2013
Consumers do take responsibility for “green” actions but aren’t following through, according to latest Cone Communications research
March 13, 2013
Nestle, the world's biggest food company, published on Wednesday a raft of social and environmental targets it aims to meet by 2020, including better labeling of its products, only using sustainable palm oil and cutting greenhouse gas emissions
December 05, 2012
Chinese Consumers Express Greater Confidence in Green Products than North American Consumers
November 27, 2012
Two-thirds of consumers in six countries say that “as a society, we need to consume a lot less to improve the environment for future generations” and to purchase products that are good for the environment and society”
October 18, 2012
Technology has dramatically accelerated the pace of innovation. Sustainability has become a design filter, pushing new materials and engineering to the forefront. Original, better products are everywhere. But what about advertising?
September 19, 2012
A key element of futureproof brands is the ability to predict the needs of rapidly evolving consumers. This is easier said than done. In hindsight, Facebook makes sense. But few could’ve predicted the rise of a generation willing to share every intimate detail online.
September 11, 2012
Europeans are turning off their incandescent light bulbs in favour of higher-efficiency lighting technologies in keeping with the passage of Directive 244/2009, which restricts the sale of incandescent bulbs
August 04, 2012
BMW ActiveE drivers can reduce their dependence on fossil fuels even further. BMW Partners with Green Mountain Energy Company to Offer Renewable Energy Certificates to BMW ActiveE Drivers
July 18, 2012
Commercial fleet owners have figured out long time ago that fueling trucks with natural gas saves them money and helps the environment. There are 15 million vehicles powered by compressed natural gas (CNG) around the world.