If we are going to keep global temperature rise below 1.5qC, we need to fix our buildings. They are the largest end-users of energy, generating nearly 40 percent of annual global greenhouse gas emissions.
A Net Positive building on a working farm in Dover
A 98-unit multifamily development in Cambridge that is 100% affordable housing
With speakers from around the region, state and country presenting a rich agenda, Net Zero 2020 showcased economic programs, clean energy impacts, jobs, training, and entrepreneurial opportunities for growth and activism.
This guide provides an in-depth overview of technologies available to transition your home to clean energy.
To reduce industrial emissions with sufficient speed to meet the Paris goals, this review article argues for the rapid formation of regional and sectoral transition plans, implemented through comprehensive policy packages.
Buildings release many harmful pollutants outdoors. Particulate matter (PM2.5) is a particularly dangerous pollutant due to its tiny size—the microscopic particles can penetrate deep into the lungs and even the bloodstream.
This Net Zero America study aims to inform and ground political, business, and societal conversations regarding what it would take for the U.S. to achieve an economy-wide target of net-zero emissions of greenhouse gases by 2050.
Drawing on a nationally representative survey, this report describes how Americans view climate activism – including their sense of efficacy about climate activism, and the activism behaviors they are taking or would consider.