Editorial Features

DERISKING RENEWABLES

Countries are setting ambitious targets for clean energy.

FORCING EVOLUTION IN URBAN PLANNING

An answer to Asia’s transportation challenges.

COMPUTING GREEN

IT has changed so many areas of our lives, can the sector solve our energy crisis?

INFORMATION REVELATION

SAP and Ericsson illustrate what IT can do for cleaner energy.

More Features

Biofuels: saviour of the skies?

CNBC sat down with Sir Roger Bone, President of Boeing UK, for his view.

Electric vehicles making in-roads

Carlos Ghosn gives CNBC his view on the future of electric vehicles.

Driving the future

As the world makes the transition from fossil fuels to more environmentally friendly and even zero emission fuels, what are the biggest challenges and most exciting developments?

By Bonnie Flaws - Published 20.10.2010

Auto acceleration in India

When Tata, a venerable Indian conglomerate, unveiled a $2,229 (£1,400) automobile, it posed a tough question: can the environment afford the world’s cheapest car?

By Helen Alexander - Published 20.10.2010

Solar India

The pilgrimage town of Shirdi in Western India is an unlikely place to find the world’s largest solar powered kitchen, but every day thousands of pilgrim visitors are treated to a unique dish: solar cooked rice.

By Helen Alexander - Published 05.10.2010

US automakers gear up for a greener fleet

More than a year after President Obama set strict standards for vehicle emissions, US car makers say progress is steady but expensive.

By Connie Buchanan - Published 05.10.2010

Investing in the future

CNBC asked Workman about the climate for investing in cleantech, the ups and downs of Copenhagen and why business should be making changes to meet the global energy challenges.

Ariely on motivation

Fascinated with how decision making is often influenced by emotional state, moral codes and peer pressure, rather reason, Ariely believes that understanding this could help us lead better lives.

By CNBC - Published 20.09.2010

A green view: Q&A with Dale Marshall

Dale Marshall is a Climate Change Policy Analyst with the David Suzuki Foundation, a Canadian NGO that works with government, business and individuals to conserve the environment by providing science-based education, advocacy and policy work.

By Bonnie Flaws - Published 15.09.2010

Greening the economy: Q&A with Vicky Sharpe

Sustainable Development Technology Canada (SDTC) is a not-for-profit foundation that finances and supports the development and demonstration of clean technologies.

By Bonnie Flaws - Published 25.08.2010

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