Fallout from Certified Disaster campaign continues as Project Canary reportedly shifts away from “gas certification” One of the largest methane monitoring companies in the United States is reportedly backing off “certification” programs that allow the oil and gas industry to market methane gas as clean, sustainable or “responsibly sourced.”
Despite having been founded 122 years ago and being steeped in tradition, Pretoria Boys High School is confidently taking huge strides into the future, with a 198kW solar solution that has been funded entirely by Bitcoin via the Sun Exchange solar leasing platform.
Landmark climate legislation passed in the United States in 2022 could nearly halve the U.S. economy’s overall emissions compared to 2005 levels by 2035, according to a new analysis. But on its own, it still won’t be sufficient to meet the country’s pledges under the Paris Agreement.
What Counts As A Carbon Credit? A new UN draft report threatens to sideline billions of tons of future carbon removal By Mark Harris June 15, 2023 Sign up for the Fixing Carbon, a twice-a-month newsletter here Back in 2015, the Paris Agreement called for the creation of an international program