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Heather Clancy


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Recent articles by Heather:

Microsoft Walks to Center Stage in Cloud Drama, But Amazon Steals Spotlight

The software giant delivered healthy growth, but Amazon and Google loom in the wings. → Read More

Even Rick Perry agrees: Clean power movement is unstoppable

Renewable electricity will account for much of our supply by 2040. Policymakers believe we must act more quickly to decarbonize existing industries. → Read More

5 companies that get what Earth Day really means

Incremental progress is okay, but businesses such as Apple, DHL, Target, Toyota and Walmart are stepping up to truly move the needle on climate. → Read More

Everything You Need to Know About Facebook’s Latest Announcements

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg said Tuesday at the annual F8 conference that the social networking giant is debuting a new platform. → Read More

Etsy hacked an app to track waste — one you can use, too

The only publicly tech company to be certified under the Living Building Challenge is open-sourcing the system it uses to measure what’s leaving its offices. → Read More

Can this startup use blockchain to brew up more sustainable coffee?

A new venture, bext360, has developed a system that verifies beans using smart image recognition. The technology may allow buyers to track provenance of crops more closely, while promising faster payments for local farmers. → Read More

3 reasons to get charged up about energy storage

How did batteries become such a sexy discussion topic among sustainability professionals? Here’s some advice for deciphering the headlines. → Read More

For L'Oreal, women are the face of a low-carbon future

Why is the cosmetics giant is encouraging women to become climate leaders? → Read More

More blockchain experiments that could unlock innovation

More than 200 potential applications are in the energy sector alone. Plus, don't overlook emerging models for self-driving vehicles and tracing lumber. → Read More

5 tips for buying clean power as a group

What corporate energy buyers can learn from pioneers in Boston and Washington, D.C. → Read More

Why Elon Musk Worries About Artificial Intelligence

It's in the billionaire techie's self-interest to get people talking about smart robots. → Read More

Why Tim Cook and Ginny Rometty Spent the Weekend in China

Apple and IBM just announced new investments in China, ahead of possible changes to the U.S.-Chinese trade relationship. → Read More

Meet 9 badass women fighting climate change in cities

Women are more likely than men to suffer from the effects of a changing climate. These leaders are leaning in to ensure that doesn't happen. → Read More

How Internet of things startup Verdigris gives buildings a voice

The new cloud-based company promises savings up to millions of dollars. But for starters, the upfront investment is minimal. → Read More

The first smart state? The quest to link up the Land of Lincoln

Illinois is centralizing investments in technologies such as the Internet of things, while allowing cities to prioritize according to local needs. Texas may be next. → Read More

Google’s Unlimited Data Policy Raises Eyebrows With Danish Watchdog

A Danish consumer watchdog has reported Google to the Danish Data Protection Agency for potentially breaking privacy laws. → Read More

Thai Transport Authorities Crack Down on Ride-Sharing Services

Thailand's transport authorities have begun a crackdown on drivers for ride-hailing services Uber and Grab. → Read More

Kashi steps up purchases from farms transitioning to organics

It started with wheat. Now it's buying almonds, dates and sorghum. → Read More

New Tech Is Helping Your Appliance Repairman Be on Time

Companies are increasingly adopting technology to help repairmen do a better job and be on time. → Read More

Data Sheet—Friday, February 10, 2017

The freeze on President Trump's travel ban still stands. More than 130 companies, including tech giants Alphabet, Amazon, Apple, Facebook, Google, and Microsoft, last week asked courts to halt the executive order freezing immigration from seven mostly Muslim countries. Not only is it unconstitutional, they argue, it's bad for business. Courts have approved a halt while specific challenges to the… → Read More