On the road to decarbonization, Anthropocene’s latest newsletter is your smart guide. Each edition will zero in on a key issue, filter out the hype, and point you to terrific writing guaranteed to get you thinking.
How realistic is it to bury excess carbon in agricultural soil?
Carbon labeling shifts consumer behavior. But does that actually translate to fewer emissions?
Can we bury our CO2 problem at the bottom of the ocean?
The invasion of Ukraine could be a turning point for nuclear power and carbon budgets
Can having too many “last chances” stifle attempts to enact real change?
Is solar geoengineering inevitable or can we still fix the climate without it?
Watching the prices of natural gas in Europe, and gasoline in the US, soar as the Ukraine conflict strangles supplies, you might think that energy self-sufficiency is the ultimate goal for any country. But trying to go it alone comes with its own risks.
Will recent climate victories in the courtroom actually lead to steeper emission cuts?
Talk of carbon tariffs is getting serious. But so are complaints that they would be unfair, risky, and marginally effective.
The quickest flight path to decarbonizing aviation could be less air travel—but it also might be a lot more of it