Renewable Natural Gas: Today’s Carbon-Negative Fuel

GreenBiz

Renewable Natural Gas: Today’s Carbon-Negative Fuel. Renewable natural gas sits at the intersection of two critical challenges: addressing increased emissions from organic waste and laying the foundation for zero carbon transportation across all sectors.?

Microsoft’s quest to go ‘carbon negative’ inspires $1B fund

GreenBiz

Bold new commitment will see the tech giant charge an internal carbon fee not just on emissions from its direct operations, but on those of its supply chain. Carbon Policy Carbon Removal Digitalization Innovation Technology

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Modern passive house is carbon-negative and energy-positive

Inhabitat - Innovation

A minimalist passive house in East Devon generates more energy than it needs through solar panels

Microsoft will be carbon negative by 2030

CleanTech Alliance

The world confronts an urgent carbon problem. The carbon in our atmosphere has created a blanket of gas that traps heat and is changing the world’s climate. Source: Brad Smith, Microsoft, Jan 16, 2020 he scientific consensus is clear. Already, the planet’s temperature has risen by 1 degree centigrade. If we don’t curb emissions, and […]. Industry News Public Policy

Ÿnsect raises $372 million for carbon negative, vertical insect farming

Impact Alpha

ImpactAlpha, October 7 – Ÿnsect represents a trifecta of agrifood tech trends: alternative proteins, carbon offsets and novel farming systems. The post Ÿnsect raises $372 million for carbon negative, vertical insect farming appeared first on ImpactAlpha.

Microsoft’s Carbon-Negative Gambit

GreenTechMedia

The technology company promised to remove all of the carbon that it’s ever put in the atmosphere -- going back to when it was founded in an Albuquerque garage in 1975. That includes $1 billion in carbon removal technologies and methods. Resources: MIT Technology Review : Microsoft will invest $1 B in carbon reduction and removal tech. Microsoft is setting a new standard for corporate climate targets.

Interface CEO Jay Gould on optimism, talking to boards and truly carbon-negative products

GreenBiz

Plus, why he thinks carbon offsets are ‘cheating.’. Buildings Carbon Removal Carbon Removal Corporate Strategy

Grant supports ‘carbon negative’ firm and brings circular economy jobs to the Borders

Envirotec Magazine

A company making ‘carbon negative’ insulation is the latest one to receive a share of £8m funding for circular economy businesses administered by Zero Waste Scotland. The Borders firm claims that its products can reduce the average new Scottish home’s carbon footprint by 4.4

Magic carpet? Interface debuts world's 'first' carbon negative carpet tile

Business Green

A US flooring company is celebrating the launch of a range of carpet tiles that it claims suck more carbon dioxide from the atmosphere than they create throughout their entire lifecycle.

Office furniture giant Steelcase sets 2030 'carbon negative' goal

Business Green

In addition, Steelcase said it also planned to engage with suppliers to help them set up their own Science-Based Targets by 2025, before driving its business towards becoming carbon negative by 2030.

Carbon negative: Brewdog makes it a double (offset)

Business Green

Pioneering beer company confirms it has secured 'carbon negative' status as it steps up efforts to slash emissions and plant new Brewdog forest. So happy that @BrewDog is now carbon negative. This means we take twice the carbon out of the air each year that we emit.

GreenBiz analyst Jim Giles on the carbon offset markets, carbon-negative oil and regenerative agriculture

GreenBiz

On the closing sidebar interview at VERGE 19, GreenBiz Group’s senior analyst Jim Giles discusses his excitement about the expected growth of the carbon offset markets. Carbon Pricing Regenerative Agriculture Sidebar VERGE VERGE VERGE 19

BrewDog moves to make all its employees carbon negative

Business Green

Scottish brewer is to calculate the carbon footprint of its entire workforce and then doubly offset the emissions total. The firm will achieve its first-of-a-kind goal via a mobile app named Pawprint, which enables people to calculate their personal carbon footprint.

Can Carbon-Negative Materials Clean Up Construction? Made of Air Makes the 2020 50 to Watch List

CleanTech Group

While taking a backseat to the health crisis over the last few months, climate change increasingly shapes our daily experience. Wildfires, droughts, hurricanes. 50 to Watch Materials & Chemicals Resources & Environment Smart Buildings

E8 Launches Good Carbon Gifts,a carbon-negative catalog for the 2020 holidays

E8 Cleantech Angels

Today cleantech investment leaders E8 and partners launched the Good Carbon Gifts guide, an online listing of products that capture and store carbon that also make great gifts. Whether capturing carbon back from the air, or carbon rich and sequestering gifts for your garden, this is not science fiction. Carbon removal baskets from Nori , direct-air-capture subscriptions from Climeworks , and more; even diamonds from Aether. “We

Carbon-negative snack company AKUA offers kelp jerky and pasta

AGreenLiving

Kelp is also able to naturally remove carbon dioxide from the atmosphere, mitigating rising temperatures and climate change. ” Minimizing its carbon footprint is another crucial mission for AKUA. Last year alone, the company’s Kelp Jerky product utilized “40,000 pounds of regeneratively ocean-farmed kelp … and pull[ed] 2,000 pounds — 1 ton — of carbon from the sea,” according to Myers. “As

Renewable Natural Gas: Today’s Carbon-Negative Fuel

AGreenLiving

Renewable Natural Gas: Today’s Carbon-Negative Fuel Renewable natural gas sits at the intersection of two critical challenges: addressing increased emissions from organic waste and laying the foundation for zero carbon transportation across all sectors.?

Renewable Natural Gas: Today’s Carbon-Negative Fuel

AGreenLiving

Renewable Natural Gas: Today’s Carbon-Negative Fuel Renewable natural gas sits at the intersection of two critical challenges: addressing increased emissions from organic waste and laying the foundation for zero carbon transportation across all sectors.? By turning waste into fuel, renewable natural gas delivers negative-carbon fuel to fleets today with a production process where resources are continuously used and reused – fueling a sustainable, circular economy.

As Microsoft pledges to go 'carbon negative' by 2030, forest conservation is required

Eco-Business

To achieve its goal, the tech giant has teamed with a Silicon Valley startup, that seeks to accurately track forest carbon stocks in projects in the Brazilian and Peruvian Amazon and the US, using advanced remote-sensing technology, artificial intelligence and satellite imaging

Carbon negative fruit? Kent grower Bardsley England partners with ENGIE to cut emissions

Business Green

A leading UK fruit producer's goal to grow carbon negative apples, pears, cherries, and more is one step closer to reality, after the firm announced a partnership with energy services giant ENGIE to aid its transition to more sustainable methods of production.

Microsoft’s quest to go ‘carbon negative’ inspires $1B fund

AGreenLiving

Bold new commitment will see the tech giant charge an internal carbon fee not just on emissions from its direct operations, but on those of its supply chain. Read more: Microsoft’s quest to go ‘carbon negative’ inspires $1B fund. Business Green carbon policy carbon removal emissions-from fee-not giant-charge innovation internal-carbon its-direct its-supply new-commitment tech technology the-tech

'A bold bet to solve a big problem': Microsoft promises to be 'carbon negative' by 2030

Business Green

BREAKING: Tech giant promises that by 2050 it will remove as much carbon dioxide from the atmosphere as it has emitted since its founding in 1975

Microsoft's quest to go 'carbon negative' inspires $1B fund

Business Green

Heather Clancy takes a microscope to Microsoft's landmark climate pledges

Interface CEO Jay Gould on optimism, talking to boards and truly carbon-negative products

AGreenLiving

Plus, why he thinks carbon offsets are ‘cheating.’. More here: Interface CEO Jay Gould on optimism, talking to boards and truly carbon-negative products. Business Green buildings carbon removal corporate strategy offsets-are thinks-carbon

GreenBiz analyst Jim Giles on the carbon offset markets, carbon-negative oil and regenerative agriculture

AGreenLiving

On the closing sidebar interview at VERGE 19, GreenBiz Group’s senior analyst Jim Giles discusses his excitement about the expected growth of the carbon offset markets. More here: GreenBiz analyst Jim Giles on the carbon offset markets, carbon-negative oil and regenerative agriculture. Business Green carbon-pricing excitement regenerative agriculture sidebar the-carbon the-expected verge

5 seriously cool climate innovators in fashion

GreenBiz

From carbon-negative polyester to dissolvable thread, here's a handful of surprising startups making waves in the apparel industry. Circular Economy Fashion In the Loop Innovation

Drax announces 'world first' target to be carbon negative by 2030

Business Green

Power firm plans to use bioenergy with carbon capture and storage to remove more carbon dioxide from the atmosphere than it generates

AirMiners

GreenBiz

AirMiners is the place for entrepreneurs, engineers, and scientists, and designers working to extract carbon from the air. It exists to support the global carbon negative community with networking, education, inspiration and access to funding. AirMiners. cecily martine….

Beyond Sustainability: The Regenerative Business

Forbes Green Tech

By co-building a carbon-negative regenerative economy, US manufacturers can unlock $26 trillion in financial value and produce over 65 million new green jobs globally by 2030.

Anatomy of a 'moonshot': Microsoft's Lucas Joppa on CO2 removal, supply chains and building a carbon negative future

Business Green

Microsoft hit headlines at the start of year with a hugely ambitious plan to be 'carbon negative' by 2030 , backed by a pledge to - by mid-century - retroactively remove all carbon dioxide the company has ever emitted since it was founded in 1975, in an announcement that sent shockwaves across the corporate world. So, with biodiversity and carbon completed, plans for water and waste are on their way next.

World can avoid catastrophic global warming with climate solutions in hand today—study

Eco-Business

With the tools available today, the world can go carbon-negative by mid-century while nourishing human populations and restoring healthy ecosystems, a new groundbreaking analysis of climate solutions has found. So why don't we use them

Ricoh Eco Action Day 2020 Panel: The race to net zero

Eco-Business

Net-zero and carbon-negative are two buzzwords in corporate sustainability this year, with various industry giants announcing such ambitious decarbonisation targets

Commentary: When Will Companies Finally Step Up to Fight Climate Change?

CleanTech Alliance

That’s what Microsoft promised it would aim for when it pledged this week to go carbon negative by 2030. It added that it would attempt by 2050 to “remove from the environment all the carbon the company has emitted either directly or by electrical consumption […]. Source: Kara Swisher, New York Times, Jan 23, 2020 Is a “decarbonized” future possible?

Your Zero-Carbon Gift Guide For Green Holidays 2018

Forbes Green Tech

To make the cut, these gifts must be carbon negative—they mustremove more carbon pollution than they contribute to the atmosphere You won't find any compromises in this gift guide.

Key to 10x’ing the capture of carbon? Put a price on it.

Impact Alpha

ImpactAlpha, July 3 – Technology to capture, store and use carbon dioxide could take 500 million tons of the greenhouse gas per year out of the atmosphere by 2030, a 10-fold increase from today, according to a new McKinsey report. Key to making the technology cost-effective: a price on carbon. The development of carbon-negative technology. The post Key to 10x’ing the capture of carbon?

Corporate laggards face sustainability’s new leaders at Davos

Impact Alpha

21 – Microsoft is going beyond net-zero to “carbon negative.” Shell’s CEO is admitting the oil giant knew the risks of climate change all along and must retool for a low-carbon future. ImpactAlpha, Jan. BlackRock is moving from paeans to ‘purpose’ toward stronger shareholder advocacy. As corporate CEOs mingle with bankers and ministers at the World The post Corporate laggards face sustainability’s new leaders at Davos appeared first on ImpactAlpha.

10 Solar and Storage Trends for 2021

GreenTechMedia

Buildings will be designed to be carbon negative. Higher module efficiencies mean that buildings under two stories can be designed to be carbon negative — generating more energy than they operationally consume.

Sustainable fleets are at an inflection point

GreenBiz

Companies and cities are increasingly adopting lower-carbon fleets — including trucks and buses that run off electricity, renewable diesel and renewable natural gas — according to a new report from the research team at Gladstein, Neandross and Associates (GNA). .

Transform to Net Zero: Microsoft, Nike, Starbucks team up on corporate climate alliance

GreenBiz

They also have committed to share information on investing in carbon-reduction technologies and to collectively push for public policies that accelerate the net zero transition. Transform to Net Zero: Microsoft, Nike, Starbucks team up on corporate climate alliance. Cecilia Keating.

The Brief: Reckoning at Davos, SDG Blue (like an orange), catalysts for financial inclusion, ResponsAbility’s climate debt, Citi’s impact fund

Impact Alpha

Microsoft is going beyond net-zero to “carbon negative.” Shell’s CEO is admitting the oil giant knew the risks of climate change all along and must retool for a low-carbon future. Greetings, Agents of Impact! Double Feature: ImpactAlpha Originals Corporate laggards face sustainability’s new leaders at Davos. BlackRock is moving from paeans to “purpose” toward stronger shareholder advocacy.