Spotlight: Taking on Industrial Emissions
Heavy industry such as steel, oil and gas, and cement represents 40% of annual global greenhouse gas emissions and must be acted on to reach a 1.5°C pathway. Decarbonizing these hard-to-abate sectors requires coordinated action across industry, finance, and policy, backed by data and insights.
Technology Disruption in the Global Steel Industry
A recent announcement by Europe’s largest iron ore producer, LKAB, may seem like a technical detail only relevant for metallurgists and steel nerds. However, the company’s plan to invest up to 400 billion kronor (US$46 billion) over the next 15–20 years to expand into an emissions-free iron process being piloted…
Real Change in the Real Economy: Decarbonizing Industry
If the global community has been tackling climate change for over 30 years, why is the pace of progress still so slow?
Green Steel: A Multi-Billion Dollar Opportunity
Over the last 30 years, reduction of greenhouse gas emissions has been on the political agenda, with increasing emphasis.
The Next Frontier of Carbon Accounting
A Unified Approach for Unlocking Systemic Change
Pressure is building on companies to disclose the greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions that form both the direct and indirect carbon footprint of their operations. In aggregate, industrial supply chains are responsible for over 40 percent of all GHG emissions.