Politicians and policy makers seem to be warming to the notion of putting a financial cost on carbon emissions as a means of reducing them.
Wonky as it sounds, the social cost of carbon holds the key to crafting policies that avoid harm from greenhouse gas emissions.
Here’s where markets stand now — and how we move them forward quickly.
The level of funding needed to accelerate and commercialize solutions is actually much less than what's being spent already on other energy technologies at the federal level.
The USEIT — or lose it — Act.
Plus, the refreshing bipartisan support for carbon capture solutions, and how that could reshape the conversation about climate risks.
Sponsored: International Copper Association discusses responsible mineral sourcing to ensure a low carbon future.
There is no shortage of ideas. That's why businesses need to demonstrate leadership on this issue. You'll have to a chance to do so at GreenBiz 19.
In the last year, China has made progress in renewables and transportation — but major obstacles remain.
Taxing carbon is unlikely to hurt the economy — in fact, countries that have implemented one have grown their GDP significantly.