The primary driver of this health benefit is the worldwide reduction in coal use, responsible for 80% of the mortality reduction from PM2.5 particulates.
The research estimates that this could equate to around a third of the carbon humans have added to the atmosphere to date, potentially storing as much as 228 billion tonnes of carbon.
If the current pace of low-carbon energy expansion continues or accelerates, China could see a sustained period of emission reduction.
The plant removes carbon from the atmosphere. This captured CO2 is then sealed in concrete, preventing it from contributing to global warming.
A space parasol to reduce the influx from the sun, as a plan B, in case plan A doesn't work.
Warp News Editor-in-Chief, Mathias Sundin aka The Angry Optimist, gave a talk on climate change and space, at the Insure the Climate conference and refuted the claim that we "must fix the Earth before we go to space."
A message from the founder of We Don't Have Time on how we make the positive climate future come sooner.
Record growth of clean energy technologies boosts hope. The world is set to invest a record USD 1.8 trillion in clean energy in 2023.
Solar power growth in EU set to exceed 2030 targets ahead of schedule. 41 gigawatts of new solar capacity added in 2022, marking a 40 percent increase from 2021.