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It’s time to get serious about carbon removal

If the world is to reach net zero, billions of tons of carbon dioxide need pulling from the air every year. At the moment, the global carbon removal system extracts less than 0.01 percent of that.
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New 'integrity initiative' is designed to fight corporate greenwashing

New 'integrity initiative' is designed to fight corporate greenwashing

As hundreds of companies set climate goals to reach net zero emissions, it’s difficult to tell what’s actually greenwashing.
There’s a hidden, huge source of emissions companies are ignoring: their banking

There’s a hidden, huge source of emissions companies are ignoring: their banking

Companies haven’t been focused on their financial footprints, but a new report highlights how their cash and investments fund fossil fuels, adding to their total emissions.
A megafire raged for 3months. No one’s onthe hook for its emissions

A megafire raged for 3months. No one’s onthe hook for its emissions

Megafires, melting permafrost and the massive emissions for which no nation is responsible.
Polluters are using forests as ‘carbon offsets.’ Climate change has other plans

Polluters are using forests as ‘carbon offsets.’ Climate change has other plans

Billions of dollars hinge on forests soaking up CO2 for decades to come. What happens when drought and fire kill the trees?

What ‘greenwashing’ means for climate change

What ‘greenwashing’ means for climate change

Just in time for Earth Day, our corporate accountability reporter helps you decipher what it means when a company claims to be “green.”

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SEC proposes long-awaited rules on companies' emissions, climate risk

The Securities and Exchange Commission proposed rules Monday that would force publicly traded companies to reveal the ways climate change could threaten their businesses and their own contributions to global warming.

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