Lisa Jackson, the former administrator of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, will be joining Apple, the company’s chief executive Tim Cook announced today.
The data center will use low-cost hydropower from the Niagara Hydroelectric Power Plant as well as an outside-air cooling system to keep machines at optimal temperatures.
Want to go green(er) in 2013? A bunch of cloud companies are more than happy to help you out with that.
The U.S Department of Defense spends $100 billion a year funding 50,000 scientists in 100 research labs to create innovative new technologies. Now some of those new technologies will be coming to consumers.
Editor’s Pick On any given day, Golden Gate Park is a shining example of more or less pristine green space in a densely packed urban area. Then, for three days in August, 60,000+ hipsters per day transform the park into a raucous, wild music festival. Here’s how they keep it clean.
Looks like there are more audits are in Apple’s future, this time exploring its environmental cost. The company has teamed up with the Institute of Public and Environmental Affairs (IPE) to audit one of its Chinese circuit-board factories.
Bridgelux, a company that produces low-cost LED light bulbs, announced today it has raised $25 million in funding from Chinese lighting company Kaistar Lighting.
Former state treasurer, Phil Angelides, will set up his own venture firm in Sacramento.