Right now, sustainable aviation fuel is “a drop in the bucket” compared to conventional jet fuel, but that might not be the case for long.
For every electric F-150 it sells, it can sell up to 12 gas-powered models and comply with emissions rules. Those rules may be updated.
The promise of hydrogen fuel is that it could cut emissions in industries that have proven difficult to decarbonize. It’s a lot of pressure for an industry that’s barely off the ground.
Companies including Ikea, Nestle, Unilever and Volvo are saying that they're already grappling with the costs of the climate crisis.
Microsoft is paying $200 million to a company using crushed rock to absorb carbon, and the Frontier consortium is backing emerging technology.
A proposed carbon emissions disclosure law in the world's fifth-largest economy could push such requirements into the mainstream.
Rahul Tongia of the Brookings Institution argues that a swift, large-scale energy transition is unrealistic for poor countries, and unnecessary.
New York's denial of a power plant permit highlights what's at stake for the crypto industry and communities fighting to meet climate goals.
Cities were responsible for over half of the world's carbon emissions in recent years. They could turn that around in the decades to come.
Emissions by a company's suppliers and customers could count towards the total.