Turning the Climate Conversation Upside Down
By collecting a database of about 250 operations engaged in carbon farming practices, some demographic trends emerge about where and why these methods are used.
When you plot the forecasts for actual emissions, net emissions, and carbon removal in a “well-below 2C” world, an interesting picture emerges. And it looks an awful lot like an elephant.
The first day of the Negative CO2 Emissions Conference is officially in the books!
If academic “experts” on climate action appear unwilling to urgently reduce their own emissions, does that not grievously undermine any message we might have for wider society?
“So now what?” That’s the question being asked in corporate offices after the unexpected passage of the reformed “45Q” tax credit in February.
Over the last 20 years, a once eyebrow-raising technology has accelerated from the margins to the mainstream.