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Tesla Carbon Credit Sales Jump by 116%

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Tesla has been criticized for its previous years’ earnings being dependent on the sales of its carbon credits. These credit sales have been a major driver of Tesla’s profits over the years. But since it separated reporting its regulatory credits from other sales, it showed that it’s profitable. The carmaker revealed a big jump in […]

WINT Launches Solution to Cut Water-Related Carbon Emissions in Buildings

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WINT provides water management and leak-prevention solutions to businesses by using AI and IoT. It caters to commercial facilities, construction sites, and industrial manufacturers. Its solutions are particularly designed to cut carbon emissions, water waste, and water leakage. Data-Based Application That Cuts Water-Related Carbon Emissions WINT’s new app will aid firms to reduce their GHG […]

Air Company Raises $30M to Ramp Up its Carbon Conversion Technology

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The money lining up to fund early-stage carbon removal technologies is adding up so fast. After the giant tech companies revealed their almost $1 billion fund for carbon removal startups, millions of capital came rushing in. But what is more interesting is the value created in capturing CO2 and converting it into a product. Just […]

A new IPCC report says the window to meet UN climate targets is vanishing

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Turns out timing is everything.There are moments when world events combine to rescue the truth of old lines from mere cliché. The release of the latest landmark report from the UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) this week was one of them. If you were to distill the thousands of pages of “Climate Change […]

11 Visual artists taking on the climate crisis

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Be they sculptors, painters, photographers, or filmmakers, these artists are sparking important conversations about the climate crisis and inspiring action around the world. “[P]eople are changed by art – enriched, ennobled, encouraged – they then act in a way that may affect the course of events… by the way they vote, they behave, the way […]

Fertilizers are necessary – and only as evil as we let them be

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A better, more sustainable fertilizer production industry and application management regulations and training for farmers, alongside regenerative solutions, could dramatically reduce emissions from farming, while still feeding a booming world population. Here at Climate Reality, we’ve long taken a keen interest in climate-smart agriculture and the ways farmers and gardeners can do their part to […]

TIKTOK versus climate change

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It’s not just about dance videos – young activists are using TikTok to change the climate movement one post at a time. For many in Gen Z, social media has become a crucial part of how young activists connect, educate, and inspire each other. And while that’s not new, what is new is how young […]

Working for environmental justice?

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Our Climate Justice for All program offers up to $20,000 in support for environmental justice organizations working in frontline communities in the US. If you’re part of an environmental justice organization working with frontline communities in the US, maybe we can help. We know there are a lot of incredible groups fighting to ensure people […]

Climate Denial: Why it happens and what to do about it

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Carbon pollution from burning fossil fuels like coal, oil, and natural gas is warming our planet and driving climate change. It’s throwing natural systems out of balance – to often devastating effect. These are fairly basic facts. The reality of the human-caused climate crisis is settled science. But you don’t even need to be a […]