Ethics + Responsibility

Innovation For the Planet: How GE Tech Helps Address Climate Change

To celebrate Earth Day, GE created an interactive map showing 60 global projects that help reduce carbon emissions and use hydrogen fuel, carbon capture and sequestration, small modular nuclear reactors, wind turbines with superconducting generators,...

One Company’s Path Towards Net Positive–for Planet and People

Amyris is transforming major industries’ reliance on manufacturing with old chemistry techniques. The move is towards fermentation – a lower cost, cleaner and sustainable approach.

Prayer for a Time of Plagues

Today’s plagues are more than 10, but as I head to a Passover Seder, I cannot help thinking of the parallels. Maintaining optimism is getting harder, but being in tech helps.

The Kids Metaverse is (Sort of) Open for Business

Grownups have gotten so excited about what they could do in the metaverse that they’ve all but ignored the kids. And for understandable reasons.

Tech Confronts the Climate Crisis

The problem is vast, but progress is accelerating as tech finds ways to address it. We need new tools to generate energy and more accurate ways to measure emissions. But action is coming both from...

Climate Scientists are Desperate: We’re Crying, Begging and Getting Arrested

On Wednesday, I risked arrest by locking myself onto an entrance to the JP Morgan Chase building in downtown LA. I can’t stand by – and nor should you.

Carbon Tracking Fuels a New Business Analytics Boom

As the SEC presses the issue, both startups and massive tech giants are rushing in to map and manage emissions.

IPCC: We can Tackle Climate Change if Big Oil Gets Out of the Way

Experts say criticism of oil and gas’s ‘climate-blocking activities’ cut from final draft, reflective of industry’s power and influence.

What Happened At Techonomy Climate

Yes we’ll definitely do more climate conferences. The substance Tuesday was phenomenal. Attendees said they were enthralled and bolstered in their convictions. This is THE crisis. And Bill Gross has a lot to teach us.

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