Richard Northcote, chief sustainability officer at the chemicals giant, proves it's not the size of the carbon reduction, but what you do with it, that counts.
In this week's edition, we mull electric and self-driving vehicles, catch up with the Ocean Conservancy's CEO and find out what's on the agenda for a new online sustainable business strategy course.
New technologies from Canadian companies CarbonCure and CarbiCrete are part of an XPRIZE focused on beneficial uses of carbon dioxide.
Swiss company Climeworks pushes the envelope on capture technology.
The advent of technology means inaction is no longer an excuse for not bringing our carbon budget back in balance.
It turns out that atmospheric nitrogen helps soil absorb carbon more effectively. Reducing that pollution could, ironically, result in higher carbon dioxide levels.
Climeworks plans to use the carbon dioxide captured at a facility near Zurich as fertilizer for greenhouses.
If the world is to achieve its climate goals, we'll need to explore every viable option. Here's one that's proven, versatile, affordable and essential.