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Agriculture accounts for a large percentage of greenhouse gas emissions but it also offers the promise of providing low-carbon feedstocks for energy, fuels, chemicals, and products. Agriculture also provides great opportunities for carbon sequestration. We discuss the investments and policies being activated to make this transition.
The world is undergoing unprecedented change as a result of global population increases, rapid urbanization, and the acceleration of affluence in developing countries, which leads to increased consumption of resources and impactful emissions.
The White House is committed to 30 GW of new offshore wind by 2030 but there are extensive barriers and delays resulting from federal, state, and local government policies, as well as a lack of mature supply chains. What are these barriers and how can we address the issues?
China and the United States are in a race to dominate the global minerals market in order to lead in clean-tech manufacturing while protecting the technologies needed by the military and other national security imperatives.
Neither the voluntary carbon market nor financing of climate-smart technologies can occur if affordable insurance products do not exist to minimize the numerous types of risks. We examine the types of risks and insurance products and their maturity to the marketplace.
The USA has never witnessed such a large infusion of federal funding to address the green technology, renewable energy, and climate mitigation transitions. The Biden Administration has infused unprecedented amounts of funding but without fully addressing the unintended consequences and risks that come with the tremendous opportunities.