Measuring carbon footprint and sequestration, forecasting weather events, analyzing soil health and biodiversity impacts, and generating actionable insights through carbon accounting.
Accelerating emissions reductions by deploying large-scale renewable energy, electrifying transportation and industry, retrofitting efficient buildings, scaling CCUS solutions, and fast-tracking more efficient ways to feed the planet.
Preparing for escalating climate threats across the built environment, with resilient planning, permitting, and design, implementing regenerative agricultural practices to safeguard food supply chains, and deploying novel fintech and insurance innovations to better price climate risk.
Global economies representing 38% of electricity demand are already 5 years past a peak in power generation from fossil fuels.
In 2023, more than $1.7 trillion is expected to be invested globally in technologies such as wind, solar power, EVs, and batteries compared with $1 trillion invested in fossil fuels.
Source: New York Times
Solar power and lithium-battery costs plummeted 85%+ over the last decade, with wind power costs declining ~55%.
90% of global GDP is committed to net zero and more than 4,000 companies are pursuing climate pledges.
10.5 million new electric vehicles (including PHEVs) came to market during 2022—up 55%+ over 2021.
Source: EV Volumes
In 2022, the CO2 capture capacity of all CCS facilities under development increased by 44%.
Source: Global CCS Institute