Milestones toward a zero-carbon future
While 2022 will be remembered as a year of unprecedented challenges, there were also many milestones and reasons to celebrate.
Acting urgently while playing the long game: Three principles for COP27
It’s time we change the global mindset on managing climate change to a more plural and risk-informed approach, and COP27 is a good place to start.
The world’s complexity will be on display at COP27; climate leadership must match it
In just a matter of days, leaders from government, civil society, industry, and finance will gather in Sharm el-Sheikh, Egypt, for the 27th Conference of the Parties.
California evolves its climate leadership by increasing its options
Its net-zero emissions by 2045 goal is one of the most ambitious among U.S. states and it often sets policies and regulations that are more stringent than federal standards.
It’s time we update our corporate electricity procurement standards to decarbonize the electric grid
The current standards have served their purpose, but it’s time to evolve to Accounting 2.0
Four lessons from effective altruism that we can apply to climate change
Read on for four key lessons from the episode that climate advocates can apply to their work.
CATF welcomes Brad Crabtree’s confirmation to lead the Office of Fossil Energy and Carbon Management
CATF celebrates Brad Crabtree’s confirmation to lead the Office of Fossil Energy and Carbon Management
Armond Cohen Testimony Before the United States Senate Environment and Public Works Committee on Advanced Nuclear Energy
Armond Cohen provided testimony on the importance of nuclear energy as a carbon-free energy source at a Senate Environment and Public Works Committee Legislative Hearing.