Dow's R&D Director for Industrial Solutions shares a preview of the upcoming 2019 Process Development Symposium, where he will deliver the keynote address.
Business Strategy and Economics (Sustainability & Environment)
Michael Liebreich, the founder of Bloomberg New Energy Finance, has tracked surging global renewable energy investments for over a decade.
What is the "true north of capitalism?" It's a vital question asked by the film Circularity: Preparing for the New Economy.
As we watch coal get kicked to the curb, particularly in developed countries, the International Energy Agency thinks it's time for a paradigm-check.
Last year the world began to decisively shift away from using coal to produce electricity. This reached a symbolic climax last week when Scotland shut down its last coal-fired power plant
By loading warehouse rooftops with with solar panels and selling electricity back to the grid, Prologis is a global model of profitability and sustainability.
Anyone worried that the low prices hobbling oil explorers may have clobbered renewables too — especially wind and solar — can relax.
In November 2014, OPEC and Saudi Arabia started a price war against the US shale industry (and other high-end producers) by refusing to rein in output and fighting for market share instead.
Several years ago, General Motors made a deal to turn Detroit municipal waste into steam, which helped to power one of its local plants in 2014.
In 2009, long before renewables plummeted to grid parity in some regions of the US, Mark Jacobson, professor of civil and environmental engineering at Stanford, who skews to the skeptical and highl