A Greenpeace campaign bringing attention to Shell's partnership with Lego has successfully ended the deal between the two companies.
An investigation conducted by the corporate watchdog group Essential Information found that major corporations are allegedly using spying tactics including wiretapping and infiltration against non-profit and activism organizations that oppose their company practices.
Furniture icon IKEA will begin selling installable solar panels in their U.K. stores in the coming months, hoping to retail them worldwide in the future
Greenpeace filed a lawsuit against Dow Chemical, Sasol North Amercia and two PR firms for hiring private investigators to surveil, wiretap and steal documents from the environmental organization
A study done in 2008 recommended Coca-Cola shut down one of their plants in India due to a significant loss in groundwater. The plant was not shut down despite last year's drought. A government appointed committee concluded Coca-Cola had not only depleted groundwater but also polluted water resources and could face criminal charges.
Target announces that they will open recycling centers in all their 1,740 stores nationwide. This seems to be a response to Walmart which is trying to be more sustainable. These recycling centers plan to accept quite an assortment of items which could imply this is not just a token gesture.
A shareholder request to increase Starbucks efforts to recycle more of its landfill waste, some 3 billion coffee cups per year, was voted down at an annual meeting, though the 11% in favor shows growing support
For those of you in the know, the name Frank Luntz may raise temperatures as well as eyebrows; Luntz was a campaign strategist who helped devise the Republican "Contract with America" and craft their rollback on environmental protections. Now contracted for the pro-environment side, he is finding some interesting common ground
Several large companies are going to voluntarily look at the full Greenhouse Gas impact of their products in a full lifecycle analysis
Katie Fehrenbacher of Earth2Tech gives a guide to the things that manufacturers need to consider for getting their products to Green