Bloomberg plan to reduce carbon emissions by 50% in 10 years
NEW YORK (AP) — Democratic presidential candidate Michael Bloomberg on Friday unveiled a broad plan to eliminate all coal power plants and slow the expansion of the natural gas sector
Oregon Way Behind On Its Goals For Reducing Carbon Emissions: Report
In a new report, the Oregon Global Warming Commission says the state is not expected to come within striking distance of its 2020 or 2050 goals for reducing greenhouse gas emissions.
Geochemists Figure Out How to Turn Carbon Dioxide Emissions Into Stone — NOVA Next
An Icelandic power plant transformed the gas to stone in just two years and permanently stored it underground.
How Vancouver leads North America in slashing building-related carbon emissions
Writing in Fast Company, Sean Pander, green building manager for the city of Vancouver, lays out the multi-faceted approach the Terminal City has taken to chart a new course with regards to carbon emissions generated by the city’s buildings. The effort, according to Pander, involved...
What's Reducing Carbon Emissions? Natural Gas.
One of the unsung innovations in energy extraction is the ability to retrieve shale gas out of tight rock formations. It is cleaner than coal, and thanks to its abundance, natural gas prices have gone down significantly The Associated Press reports on a stunning result of this: America's carbon emissions have been reduced to levels not seen since 1992 PITTSBURGH (AP) — In a surprising turnaround,…
Ferrari Aims To Cut Carbon Emissions 20% By 2021
Ferrari has pledged to cut its vehicle emissions 20% by 2021 by employing turbochargers and hybrid technology.
How global carbon emissions changed over time
What If There Were a Moore’s Law for Reducing Carbon Emissions?
Researchers hope that a simple rule could help governments around the world achieve the goal of zero emissions.
An unexpected side effect of drought: Higher carbon emissions.
Drought hurts trees, people, and animals—and it also hurts the carbon budget.
Better ways for Baker to cut carbon emissions
Gov. Charlie Baker says he wants to reduce carbon emissions — that’s the reason for the Transportation Climate Initiative’s planned fee rollout, which would charge fuel companies …
A 20-Year Low in U.S. Carbon Emissions
Energy-related carbon emissions were lower from January to March than for any first quarter since 1992, partly because of the shift from coal to natural gas in power generation.
How Does a City Get to Zero Carbon Emissions?
Even before Obama released his rules to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, dozens of cities pledged to become carbon-neutral. But how they will achieve that isn't always known.
How Much is 3% of Yearly Carbon Emissions Worth?
$780 billion in net profits, according to a new study. A joint report released by World Wildlife Fund and CDP (formerly, Carbon Disclosure Project) and sponsored by the likes of...
Revealed: the 20 firms behind a third of all carbon emissions
New data shows how fossil fuel companies have driven climate crisis despite industry knowing dangers
How To Reduce the Carbon Emissions Impact of Travel [Infographic]
How Avaya is Saving 1.5 Million Plastic Bags and Cutting Carbon Emissions
Reduce, reuse, recycle — that’s how Avaya will save 1.5 million plastic bags this year alone. In December 2014, Avaya
State's top court sides with environmentalists in suit over carbon emissions
BOSTON -- A unanimous Supreme Judicial Court ruling handed down on Tuesday affirms the state's obligations under a 2008 global warming law
Retailers’ Challenge: How to Cut Carbon Emissions as E-Commerce Soars
Some delivery channels reduce emissions and costs—and delight customers.
This is how the U.S. gets to zero carbon emissions by 2050
These are the policy changes we need to enact in transportation, electricity, buildings, and industry to stop climate change.
New England Leading The Way In Capping Carbon Emissions
New England began cutting greenhouse gases from power plants five years ago, and should have no trouble meeting the new rules proposed by the EPA on Monday.