What next on net zero?

Jun 19, 2023

Commitments to net zero carbon emissions are growing. More will be needed, but the immediate challenge now is to start implementing what has been pledged. This commentary highlights five strategic interventions that can help to unlock the systemic changes that net zero requires.

Publication details
Theme(s)
Carbon dioxide removal Carbon offsetting Net zero & sustainable development The meaning of net zero The urgency of zero
Type(s)
Research paper
Author(s)
Fankhauser, Sam
Year(s)
2021
One Earth

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