Here we will post all the news regarding carbon prices and climate change.
We are entering a new era in monitoring of environmental super-emitters. A non-profit organization “Carbon Mapper” plans to deploy a network of satellites that can pinpoint sources of methane and carbon dioxide emissions.
Google Earth has unveiled features that allows users to view more than three decades of imagery from satellites. The tool is called Timelapse and can be used by scientists, journalists and activists for investigations.
In times of the coronavirus and new CO2 tax, farmers in Germany are going to face a challenging season lying ahead.
CO2 networks are partnerships between cities around the world that would share the cost and geological resources needed to trap emissions deep in the earth and give us a shot at stalling climate change.
Elon Musk is going to fund $100 million towards a XPRIZE for the development of the best carbon capture technology.
Newly elected president Joe Biden reinstated the US to the Paris Agreement just hours after entering his office.
The world’s richest man Jeff Bezos pledges $10bn to help fight climate change, as reported by the BBC.
The world’s ocean temperatures reached a new record level in 2019, showing “irrefutable and accelerating” heating of the planet, states The Guardian.
Microsoft has made a carbon negative pledge, which means to remove all the carbon that it has released into the environment since the company was founded in 1975, as reported by the BBC.
Over 500,000 young people took part in March for Climate in Madrid, where governments gathered for COP25.