• Efficient and affordable hydrogen fuel cell cars are just around the corner


    Hydrogen fuel cell cars will soon be efficient and affordable thanks to technology developed at the University of Waterloo.

  • GE Power ready to take on world's most complex challenges


    GE Power CIO, Clay Johnson, explains how GE is leveraging the internet and cloud computing to enable better management of resources in real time.

  • Five reasons sustainability is good for business


    For a city with a reputation based on steel-producing and other heavy industry, Hamilton, Ontario would seem at first glance to be an unlikely leader in sustainable practices and reporting. However, Sustainable Hamilton, a not for profit corporation, is inspiring organizations to adopt sustainability as a strategy for greater prosperity – and it is working.

  • MIT survey: collaboration the key to corporate sustainability


    For the sixth consecutive year, MIT Management Review (MIT SMR) and the Boston Consulting Group (BCG) conducted research on corporate sustainability. This time, United Nations Global Compact also joined the partnership which surveyed 3,795 managers and sustainability leaders from around the world.

  • Toronto, Ontario is North America's most sustainable city


    Toronto ranked among the world's most sustainable cities in the inaugural Sustainable Cities Index which examined the 50 leading global cities. The index was conducted by the Center for Economics and Business Research (Cebr) which looks at three categories of demands that affect sustainability: social demands (people), environmental demands (planet), and economic demands (profit).


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