Officials look for new sources of energy as part of a push to reduce reliance on nuclear power after the Fukushima nuclear disaster.
The first to take advantage of solar energy in Chile’s Atacama desert, the company Subsole launches a solar project that will power their irrigation and homes in a neighboring town.
Electricité de France looks to tidal power as an alternative to nuclear energy.
On the north coast of Colombia, Grupo Daabon has 20,000 acres of organic African palm plantations, feeding a biodiesel boom. The South American country has mandated that commercial diesel must contain 20 percent biodiesel by 2020.
Inspired by the birth of his daughter, businessman Huang Ming changed professions and launched a green empire.
Unilever believes it's new dry foods factopry, Indonsa, Zulu for morning star, is a model for sustainable industry.
Scientists at the University of Newcastle have spent more than a decade refining plastic polymer technology to create liquid semiconductors that can be used to make solar cells.
At the world's largest electricity-producing geothermal field, a California company is developing a process to produce power from hot rocks without water.
Lima’s seasonal fog could be a sustainable source of water for the world's second largest desert city, particularly as climate change is expected to lead to water shortages.