A transformer exploded last October at the National Renewable Energy Laboratory’s Flatirons campus in Colorado, cutting off the lab’s connection to the grid and shutting down NREL’s offices, servers and research hardware. But the lab was surrounded by the solar panels, wind turbines and batteries it studies. It just lacked a controller that would have [...]
Even a very modest carbon price would offer most farmers and ranchers more revenue than they make raising animals for slaughter, according to the scientist who founded Impossible Foods. “It’s kind of magical, actually,” Patrick Brown said Nov. 4 at WebSummit in Lisbon. “If there were a carbon market, and a ton of carbon dioxide [...]
Impossible Foods CEO Patrick Brown outlined Thursday his vision for eliminating the animal-agriculture industry and, through that act alone, offsetting all other carbon emissions for decades beyond. “I’m confident that by 2035 there will be no global animal-agriculture industry, and it won’t be because anyone banned them,” Brown said Thursday at WebSummit in Lisbon. “It [...]
“We’re always being told we have to give things up for the environment,” she said. “What can we do for the environment without giving things up?”
In recent years, the west side of Tucson has emerged as a place where it’s not just possible, but preferable, to live without an automobile.
The ideology of normal papers over the contradiction between pampering and killing the same, almost, critter.
I was impressed earlier this month by the candor of representatives from the sustainable pet industry, who acknowledged the enormity of their meat problem and the difficulty they face in solving it. But even their candid language reveals the myopia that keeps humans from living in harmony with our environment. You can see it in [...]
Carbon emissions in the first two months of 2021 were higher than in the first two months of 2020, when the impact of the coronavirus pandemic had yet to be felt in large parts of the world.
The nascent industry that captures and stores carbon dioxide has to scale to the size of the oil industry much faster than oil did, the head of a CCS think tank said last week.
Bill Gates opened himself to Reddit users Friday in his ninth Ask Me Anything, and while he answered everything from his alleged conspiratorial activities to his advice for job interviews, he focused mostly on climate change.