power lines and wind turbines over a solar field at sunset


BSR 2011: How Coke, UPS & RMI Deliver Greener Trucking, Transport

In September, Coca-Cola added six all-electric trucks to its fleet of more than 700 alternative fuel vehicles in North America. This spring United Parcel Service, with a green fleet of more than 2,300 vehicles, began its tryout of a lightweight delivery van clad in rugged ABS plastic that's expected to boost fuel efficiency by 40 percent.

Does Japan Really Need Nuclear?

On Friday, Japan will mark nine months since the massive 8.9-magnitude quake and subsequent tsunami that caused the Fukushima nuclear disaster. The crisis has "sharply divided intellectuals and elites from the public."

In Your Words: Rocky Mountain Institute’s Ned Harvey on Leadership

This post originally published on the BSR Blog [http://www.bsr.org/en/our-insights/blog-view/in-your-words-rmis-ned-harvey-on-leadership]. Ned Harvey is the chief operating officer and vice president of finance at the Rocky Mountain Institute (RMI), an independent, entrepreneurial, nonprofit think-and-do tank.

Energy Retrofits leading the way for sustainability in Indianapolis

In a public announcement last month, Mayor Greg Ballard detailed the upgrades to the 73,000 square foot City-County Building. The comprehensive energy retrofit targeted the 1960’s era heating and cooling systems, and included improvements that reduced total energy usage by 46 percent, and are resulting in guaranteed energy savings of $750,000 annually for the next 15 years.