In the face of the climate crisis, organizations are looking to electrification and renewable energy as a way to get buildings, energy systems, and vehicles off of fossil fuels. But fears abound that plugging too many things into the grid could overwhelm the system and lead to blackouts. Over the…
Old, leaky buildings are a climate problem. And, for organizations with large building portfolios, this challenge is paramount to reducing emissions.
Continued growth in gas infrastructure spending—especially the local distribution systems that bring gas to homes and businesses—are counterproductive to a safe and sustainable climate future.
It is unlikely that you know how much carbon was produced by making your driveway. But if you did, you might think about ways to build it better.
The Biden administration has set an ambitious goal of cutting greenhouse gas emissions at least in half by 2030 to help avoid the worst impacts of climate disruption. As a result, 2021 may be the year the federal government finally acts to curb one of the largest sources of those emissions: the gas used for space and water heating and cooking in millions of buildings across the country.