Putting the buildings sector on a pathway to zero carbon emissions is of critical importance. And an increasing number of cities, states, developers, and building occupants are seeking the best ways to improve the performance of buildings while improving resilience, stimulating economic growth, and meeting ambitious environmental goals. RMI’s research series—Pathways…
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines’ (SVG) National Electricity Transition Strategy identifies immediate and long-term actions to transform the electricity system in support of the country’s goals, and position SVG as an energy-transition leader in the Caribbean region.
Rocky Mountain Institute’s Positive Disruption: Limiting Global Temperature Rise to Well Below 2 Cº analysis describes scenarios for rapid transitions in energy, agriculture, and land use that could limit global average temperature increase to 1.5–2 C° above preindustrial levels.
Explored at Seattle-Tacoma International The Port of Seattle (the Port), as the operator of Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (Sea-Tac), can leverage its unique position at the intersection of airlines, fuel suppliers, governments, and communities to support the scale-up of SAF.