Europe needs to accelerate the build-out of its clean energy infrastructure to reduce oil demand. Until then, Europe’s phaseout of Russian oil supply introduces opportunities to reduce supply-side emissions and shift oil prices closer…
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New Scorecards Show Climate Progress of Six Front-Runner States RMI releases climate scorecards that track progress of six key US states based on climate commitments and greenhouse gas emissions Boulder, CO – June 30, 2022…
First-of-their-kind scorecards show progress and pathways to climate goals for six leading states…
Addressing the threat of climate change can seem overwhelming. In coming years, risks will grow — and the reality is communities across the United States are already grappling with rapidly worsening floods, wildfires, and drought.
From Denver smog to jammed mountain highways, Colorado is focusing on transportation to solve congestion, pollution, and climate problems.
In this Q&A, ArcelorMittal Executive Vice President Brad Davey discusses the steelmaking giant’s approach to decarbonization with green hydrogen.
Although concrete is one of the most carbon-intensive materials in our built environment, many opportunities exist to reduce its environmental impact.