decarbonization

Device Made for the Moon May Aid in Carbon Sequestration on Earth

A pocket-sized device intended for use on the Moon could soon play a key role in Japan’s ambitious plans to sequester carbon dioxide.

Scientists Strive for Negative Emissions

New Solid Carbon technology might be able to lock climate-warming carbon dioxide below ocean bedrock.

Blockchain’s Fight Against Climate Change

The energy consumption of crypto mining has galvanized skeptics and proponents alike. But a new wave of crypto projects are pioneering ways to join that fight.

Carbon Tracking Fuels a New Business Analytics Boom

As the SEC presses the issue, both startups and massive tech giants are rushing in to map and manage emissions.

IPCC: We can Tackle Climate Change if Big Oil Gets Out of the Way

Experts say criticism of oil and gas’s ‘climate-blocking activities’ cut from final draft, reflective of industry’s power and influence.

SEC Climate Rule Would Force Companies to Disclose Emissions

In a landmark move that has the support of environmental groups and trillion-dollar asset managers alike, the SEC wants to require companies to disclose their climate risks and carbon emissions.

Watershed Wants to Cut Your Company’s CO2

By collecting the world’s carbon data and putting it in one place so companies can accurately reduce their footprint, the startup aims to reduce or remove 500 million tons of CO2 every year – 1%...

10 Things the EU Can Do to Wean Itself Off Russian Gas

Since the invasion of Ukraine, Europe has drawn up a plan to cut its Russian gas consumption by two-thirds within a year.

‘Reimagine Security’, Experts Urge, As Military Emissions and Budgets Grow in Tandem

“If we were further down the path to decarbonization, this war would never have happened,” says a top U.S. military expert.