Formula E is a new FIA championship featuring Formula cars powered exclusively by electric energy. The company's CEO Alejandro Agag discusses the technical challenges that come with racing battery-powered vehicles.
CEO Michael Dell talks with Fortune Managing Editor Andy Serwer about how the company is adapting to its new private life.
Jim Lentz discusses why the automaker's love for hydrogen outweighed its partnership with battery-focused Tesla.
Lisa Jackson, former head of the EPA and current Apple executive, explains how the company tries to minimize its carbon footprint in its multi-national supply chain.
Christine Todd Whitman says there are valid environmental concerns with the Keystone XL pipeline but thinks it'll ultimately be built.
Former EPA chief Christine Todd Whitman says the federal government has to take proactive steps to combat the effects of climate change.
Much of the world's electronic waste ends up in Guiyu, China, where old parts are recycled but chemicals like mercury leak into the water.
Musician Will.i.am tells Fortune's Andy Serwer how he pitched Coca-Cola to become more involved in sustainability.
Shell President Marvin Odum and NRG CEO David Crane explain why they think natural gas will become a dominant energy source.
GM CEO Dan Akerson tells Fortune that the second generation of the Chevy Volt will be cheaper to make and profitable.
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