#Carbon emissions

  • Article: Coldplay Won't Tour New Album Until They Figure Out How to Be Carbon Neutral

    Coldplay Won't Tour New Album Until They Figure Out How to Be Carbon Neutral

    By Joe McCarthy  and  Erica Sanchez|Nov. 21, 2019

    “How can we harness the resources our tour creates and make it have a positive impact?” Read more

  • Article: New Zealand Vows to Stop Emitting Carbon by 2050

    New Zealand Vows to Stop Emitting Carbon by 2050

    By Joe McCarthy|Nov. 7, 2019

    “Climate change is the defining long-term issue of our generation.” Read more

  • Article: California's Carbon Emissions Just Hit a 30-Year Low

    California's Carbon Emissions Just Hit a 30-Year Low

    By Joe McCarthy|July 12, 2018

    The state is much more than a rhetorical leader. Read more

  • Article: These Sheep Are Being Bred to Burp and Fart Less — to Save the Planet

    These Sheep Are Being Bred to Burp and Fart Less — to Save the Planet

    By Joe McCarthy|June 11, 2018

    It could have a major impact on greenhouse gas emissions. Read more

  • Article: Ben & Jerry's Wants to Plant Trees for Every Ice Cream Cone Sold

    Ben & Jerry's Wants to Plant Trees for Every Ice Cream Cone Sold

    By Joe McCarthy|May 30, 2018

    It's not a "Half Baked" idea. Read more

  • Article: China Reaches 2020 Emissions Target* More Than 600 Days Ahead of Schedule

    China Reaches 2020 Emissions Target* More Than 600 Days Ahead of Schedule

    By Joe McCarthy|March 27, 2018

    *But it hasn't actually reduced its total amount of emissions. Read more

  • Article: McDonald’s Just Announced It Will Cut Emissions by a Third

    McDonald’s Just Announced It Will Cut Emissions by a Third

    By Joe McCarthy|March 22, 2018

    The brand, by itself, won’t change anything. Read more

  • Article: Carbon in the Atmosphere Hit 800,000 Year High in 2016, Report Shows

    Carbon in the Atmosphere Hit 800,000 Year High in 2016, Report Shows

    By Joe McCarthy|Oct. 30, 2017

    “Future generations will inherit a much more inhospitable planet.” Read more