Californians slashed their water use 26 percent in September, meeting Gov.Jerry Brown’s goal of a 25 percent reduction for the fourth straight month even
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Safety and security are the top concerns of building owners surveyed in The Honeywell Smart Building Score.
Oil, gas and coal companies face the mounting risk of legal damages for alleged climate abuse as global leaders signal an end to business-as-usual and draw up sweeping plans to curb greenhouse gas emissions, Bank of America has warned.
Maybe it's the pope.
Successful companies make and sell products that consumers demand, and fossil energy companies have long said demand for their products -- particularly from emerging markets -- will be strong decades from now.
For the fifth year running, the American Institute of Architects (AIA) has crunched the numbers on its national sustainability challenge, the AIA 2030 Commitment.
California launched an ambitious effort Wednesday to expand renewable energy and increase energy efficiency, advancing Gov. Jerry Brown's plans for battling climate change.
Urban Californians used 27 percent less water in August than they did in the same month in 2013, the State Water Resources Control Board said today.
Significant work across San Mateo County addressing climate change and achieving measurable reductions in energy and greenhouse gas emissions was honored today with Beacon Awards. The County of San Mateo’s award is a first for any county in California.
The world is currently going crazy over a showerhead.