Due to the lull in activity caused by SARS-CoV-2, there is a drop in some aspects of air pollution and carbon emissions which point to the direction the world should take after the current crisis is passed.
While it seems there is good and bad news coming out of the COP 25 in Madrid, one does get the feeling that the world is moving to slowly on the issue of de-carbonization. To give some context to the entire issue, I have picked these four charts out of the work done by the Global Carbon Project that I think summarizes the situation.
Today is my Mother’s 85th birthday and PG&E turned off the power for her and 900,000 other customers across Northern California on Saturday to prevent forest fires due to the poor condition of its power grid.
While there is a view that the UN’s Climate Action Summit will produce little tangible results, there are a number of signs that make me think I that we may be at the tipping point towards a major transformation to a low carbon economy.
While the political leadership of a number of countries including the US and Brazil appear to be going the wrong direction in terms of environmental protection, Industry is going ahead. Thousands of companies have adopted the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) standards for reporting their environmental performance and going far beyond what is required to comply […]