Scaling Renewable Energy in the Caribbean
Currently, energy generation in the Caribbean is largely dependent on fossil fuel imports, particularly diesel and heavy oil. However, this is increasingly expensive and is also grossly inefficient. How are companies using renewable energy to combat this?Expand Full Story
IKEA Aims to Expedite Its 2030 ‘Climate Positive’ Commitment
Assembly required—IKEA sustainability manager says it will take a team effort to make a positive difference.
Featured Solutionist: Steven Kotler
Steven Kotler is a man of many accomplishments. He’s a New York Times bestselling author, an award-winning journalist, and a two-time Pulitzer nominee. He’s a prolific storyteller, an entrepreneur, and, as Forbes put it simply, he’s “a unique guy.” But here at Planet Home, we also know Kotler as one of the main characters of our origin story, and his […]
Salesforce Aims to Transform and Expedite the Path to Decarbonization
Through collaboration, education and mobilization, Salesforce is driving climate action.
Solutions Through Art: Jeremy McKane
“Photography is about getting a story that’s unseen, and making it seen,” says Jeremy McKane
Blue Planet Alliance and Planet Home to Host EcoSprint Palau Following ‘Our Ocean Conference’
Workshop to Gather Leaders from Around the World to Discuss Ways to End Use of Carbon-Based Fuel
Renewable Energy: Verizon Makes Huge Strides with Sustainability Efforts
As one of the largest corporate buyers of green energy in the U.S., Verizon has entered into 13 long-term power purchase agreements totaling nearly 1.7 GW of renewable energy capacity.