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Maersk pledges to cut carbon emissions to zero by 2050 | Financial Times
“The world’s largest container shipping company has pledged to cut net carbon emissions to zero by 2050, challenging an industry that is both one of the main transporters of global trade and one of the biggest polluters to come up with radical solutions in the next decade. 

“AP Moller Maersk, the Danish group that transports nearly one in five seaborne containers, said it needed its entire supply chain from engine makers and shipbuilders to new technology providers to come up with carbon-free ships by 2030 to meet the goal.”
climate  maersk  2018  globalwarming 
6 days ago by handcoding
Climate Change Town Hall - YouTube
Starts at Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez's answer suggesting that global warming is an opportunity to enact a New Deal, Great Society, and moon shot for economic and social justice. Bernie Sanders agrees.

"Sanders will be joined by founder and author Bill McKibben; actress, activist and Our Revolution board member Shailene Woodley; CNN host and author Van Jones; Earth Guardians Youth Director Xiuhtezcatl Martinez; Congresswoman-Elect Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez; Union of Concerned Scientists Director of Climate Science Dr. Brenda Ekwurzel; Dr. Camilla Bausch, President of Ecologic Institute; and Dale Ross, mayor of Georgetown, Texas."
globalwarming  environmentalism  left  controversies  horrorfile 
6 days ago by bbrown
presentation of report on of 1.5°C, Limiting temperatures to 1.5°C compared to 2°C w…
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7 days ago by dalcrose
Climate Solutions: Is It Feasible to Remove Enough CO2 from the Air? - Yale E360
A U.S. scientific panel reports that technologies that take CO2 out of the atmosphere could be a significant part of a strategy to mitigate global warming. In an e360 interview, Stephen Pacala, the panel’s chairman, discusses how these fast-developing technologies are becoming increasingly viable.
climatechange  globalwarming  carboncapture  geoengineering  review  interview  StephenPascala  e360  2018 
10 days ago by inspiral

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