Innovations starred in our stories this week, with tales of "reversible" glue, 3D printing from the likes of Rolls-Royceblackwater recycling at the new Salesforce Towersuperfoods, decentralized drinking water systems and more.

Which innovations will change the way you do business?

Next week brings the release of our 11th annual State of Green Business analysis with Trucost, part of S&P Global. Each year we pinpoint 10 trends to watch  (hint: watch for synthetic biology and artificial intelligence this time), and analyze corporate activity over the last five years with in-depth charts. Today's GreenBiz 350 podcast looks at hits and misses from the 2017 State of Green Business. What will be on or off the mark this time?

On Tuesday, January 16, join us for a free webcast about the key trends ahead in sustainable business. The discussion starts at 10 a.m. Pacific.

— Elsa Wenzel, Managing Editor

By: 
Joel Makower
In this week's episode, the bell curve for connected cars, corporate energy buyers face tax changes and climate disclosure gets serious.

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Innovations Ahead
By: 
Lukas Hoex
It works like a screw and "unclicks" when exposed to a signal after use.
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Sara Murphy
Inside the pluses and minuses of additive manufacturing.
By: 
Heather Clancy
If the electric grid can be decentralized, why can't the water system?
By: 
Marilyn Waite
First in a monthly series highlighting women-led ventures in the green economy.
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Cassandra Sweet
Geothermal and fuel cells did not get relief, but what's left intact may surprise you.
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Adam Wilson
A perfect storm of market dynamics is making installations that combine solar PV with batteries far more attractive.

2018 State of Green Business Webcast

Jan. 16, 10 am PT/1 pm ET

Join us for a free webcast featuring the release of GreenBiz Group's award winning State of Green Business report. GreenBiz Group chairman and executive editor Joel Makower, Trucost CEO Richard Mattison and S&P Global Global Head of Corporate Business Libby Bernick will provide insights into 10 key trends and dozens of metrics assessing how, and how much, companies are moving the needle on the world's most pressing environmental challenges. Register here.

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