A team calculated that a decarbonized world could lose 9.5 million fossil fuel jobs—and gain a whopping 17.4 million renewable jobs.
A New Zealand team found that batteries could be dramatically smaller and more efficient if they are deployed collectively in neighborhoods—rather than for individual households
If you want to take out a carbon “loan” (that is, emit more carbon than the 1.5 °C budget allows) you’ll have to pay interest on it
The presence of 20 additional mature trees in one neighborhood could lower the temperature by 1.39 degrees
Better use of the latest research could aid plaintiffs seeking emissions cuts or damages in court
Carbon footprint standards exist for buildings, but not for the landscaping that surrounds them.
The major determinant of the environmental footprint of Internet activities: video, especially high-definition video, a new study reveals.
The percentage of GDP required to achieve zero emissions decreases as GDP rises
People with lots of neighbors who have solar panels are more likely to have solar panels themselves
There’s a glaring blind spot in climate-economy models. When they corrected it, researchers discovered a path to a green energy system that’s cheaper than the fossil fuel system it replaces