Spurred by an increasingly industrialized world since the mid-20th century, climate change and global warming have risen to the forefront of international issues that have and will continue to define environmental policy for
In February 2020, a coalition of airlines, airports, and manufacturers known as UK Sustainable Aviation announced they were committing to achieving net-zero carbon emissions by the year 2050 (1)(2). Their claim is
Achieving net-zero is an admirable goal. Concepts and techniques behind net-zero are often complicated, unclear, and occasionally untested. To effectively guide companies through net-zero, three key questions must be answered.
Nuclear Energy has slowly disappeared from the focus of most policymakers. In the shadows of accidents in Chernobyl and Fukushima, the risks were deemed too high. However, new technologies and the climate urgency
The Paris Agreement of 2016 was a landmark achievement in international cooperation. It laid out a comprehensive set of objective measures for countries to reduce their footprint and thereby alleviate the adverse effects
The election of Joseph R. Biden in early November will return to the normal diplomatic and economic relationship between Canada and the United States from the “America First” policy implemented during the Trump
Scientists are certain that without drastic countermeasures and new technology, global warming will continue to cause ever more disruptive environmental, economic and social disasters. Furthermore, current research emphasizes that to slow global warming
In recent years, a fundamental divide has instituted itself between the climate and the economy. Choices made in markets across the world are considered separately from the environment, despite the fact that the
Climate change is widely perceived as an existential threat to global biodiversity and to the human race itself. New climate modeling consistently suggests that without enormous, rapid changes to the carbon-based world energy infrastructure, there will be vast temperature increases
The European Green Deal was meant to be the European Commission’s landmark project: rendering the bloc climate-neutral by 2050. However, the Coronavirus pandemic has plunged the Eurozone into a historic recession, threatening to bury ecological plans for the foreseeable future.
Majority-wise cities have become synonymous with being overpopulated, cramped, noisy, crime-ridden, and polluted. Approximately 70% of global carbon emissions currently originate from cities themselves, and according to the UN, the world’s population