Buildings. With millions of existing buildings and millions more being built, energy efficiency, building materials, and retrofits are necessarily a primary source of climate solution and innovation.
Climate and Society. Hear from innovators,big thinkers, and leaders on how climate solutions can impact society and vice-versa.
Energy. Solar and wind are just two of the many renewable sources of energy that can replace coal and natural gas. While renewable energy has made great strides, much more can be done.
Land. Working and natural lands are a source of greenhouse gas emissions (often from forest forest and agricultural practices). Land and nature-based solutions can change that, turning forests, agricultural land, and open space into carbon sinks.
Sequestration. Science tells us that it will not be enough to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. We must also sequester (remove) carbon from the atmosphere. There are many ways to do it — direct air capture, sequestration in soil, plants, and cement, to name a few.
Transportation. The transportation sector (planes, trains, autos, etc.) is the largest source of greenhouse gas emissions, mostly from transportation fuel. From electric vehicles to hydrogen fuel to scooters and beyond, there are many innovative and promising solutions.