by Andrew Breiner Posted on October 2, 2014
When you cut carbon dioxide, workers benefit.
by Emily Atkin Posted on October 1, 2014
The who, the where, and the how much.
by Ari Phillips Posted on October 1, 2014 Updated: October 1, 2014
On Tuesday, the leader of one of the oldest democracies and the leader of the largest democracy discussed one of the world's biggest modern problems.
by Jeff Spross Posted on September 25, 2014 Updated: September 25, 2014
By taking aggressive action, city governments could avoid 140 billion tons of global greenhouse gas emissions by 2050 -- a substantial portion of the GHGs the world can still afford to emit.
by Jeff Spross Posted on September 22, 2014 Updated: October 4, 2014
Over 340 global investors worth over $24 trillion just called on governments worldwide to provide stable, reliable, and economically meaningful carbon pricing.
by Katie Valentine Posted on September 22, 2014
Worldwide concentration of atmospheric CO2 was higher in 2013 than it has been at any point in the last 800,000 years.
by Jeff Spross Posted on September 11, 2014 Updated: September 11, 2014
Here's why they're almost certainly wrong.
Standard economic modeling tends to be biased against emission cuts because they assume markets are already efficient. A more realistic analysis from Britain says otherwise.
by Katie Valentine Posted on September 8, 2014
So far, progress toward keeping global warming to 2°C has been slow.
by Jeff Spross Posted on September 5, 2014
The research suggests the microbes in the Earth's soils will tend to emit more carbon as global temperatures increase.