Carbon neutrality

New report finds that carbon capture and storage in California can concurrently serve local communities, the environment and the economy

New Report: Carbon Capture & Storage Serves California Communities, Environment, & Economy

LLNL and the Clean Air Task Force have released a new report “Sharing the Benefits: How the Economics of Carbon Capture and Storage Projects in California Can Serve Communities, the Economy, and the Climate,” that examines the costs of carbon dioxide capture, transportation, and geologic storage in California.

US Colleges Teach America How To Build A Clean Energy Future

Climate issues are clearly important to today’s college students – in a 2013 Princeton Review survey, 62% of all college applicants said a school’s commitment to the environment would influence their decision to apply or attend the school, and students have begun fossil fuel divestment movements at more than 300 colleges.

So it shouldn’t come as a surprise then that the heads of America’s colleges and universities are listening to their constituents and leading some of the most significant efforts today to transition to a sustainable future through the American College & University Presidents’ Climate Commitment (ACUPCC).