City growth is driven by trade and transportation. Throughout history, cities prospered because they had something to offer that someone else wanted, and the good locational fortune to be accessible to important land, sea or rail lines.
CNBC interviewed Henri Winand, CEO of Intelligent Energy on their work with fuel cell powered taxi cabs.
Are rising fuel prices changing the way we live?
CNBC sat down with Sir Roger Bone, President of Boeing UK, for his view.
Carlos Ghosn gives CNBC his view on the future of electric vehicles.
As the world makes the transition from fossil fuels to more environmentally friendly and even zero emission fuels, what are the biggest challenges and most exciting developments?
When Tata, a venerable Indian conglomerate, unveiled a $2,229 (£1,400) automobile, it posed a tough question: can the environment afford the world’s cheapest car?
The pilgrimage town of Shirdi in Western India is an unlikely place to find the world’s largest solar powered kitchen, but every day thousands of pilgrim visitors are treated to a unique dish: solar cooked rice.
More than a year after President Obama set strict standards for vehicle emissions, US car makers say progress is steady but expensive.
CNBC asked Workman about the climate for investing in cleantech, the ups and downs of Copenhagen and why business should be making changes to meet the global energy challenges.