What Steel Decarbonization Needs
It is both technically possible and economically feasible to eliminate almost all the carbon dioxide from iron and steel production by mid-century, thus cleaning up an industry that accounts for 10 percent of global emissions. But progress will not happen without a concerted policy push.
The Future of Our Planet: Paving the Road to Net Zero
Jan Walstrom, senior vice president within the Global Climate Response and ESG office at engineering company Jacobs, shares her insights at the School’s inaugural Think Bigger Innovation Summit.
How China Can Save the World – and Itself
With China’s economic growth slowing at the same time that its emissions continue to rise, it is clear that its carbon-intensive investment model has run its course. Chinese leaders urgently need to follow advanced economies in shifting toward greater domestic consumption and reduced energy demand.
Turning Trash into Treasure: A CBS Alum Champions the Circular Economy, Sustainable Entrepreneurship
With investments in dozens of companies worldwide, Ron Gonen '04 closes the loop on sustainable economic practices.
The Ukraine War Blew Up the World’s Energy Economy
And the U.S. Inflation Reduction Act is surprisingly well-designed to deal with the fallout.
The Real Impact of West Virginia v. EPA: Q&A With Climate Economist Gernot Wagner
Wagner explains why the ruling will have implications for broader efforts to forestall global warming.
Transitioning to the Future
Managing the Impact of Climate Change
How to Make Climate Pledges Stick
Following US President-elect Joe Biden's victory and recent carbon-neutrality pledges from China, Japan, the European Union, and others, now is the time to meet words with action.
Three Global Steps to a Biden Climate Initiative
The climate crisis is the greatest threat to humanity’s long-term viability. With more sensible US leadership, the world will have a fighting chance of survival.