The Climate Pollution Reduction Grant (CPRG) program presents a historic opportunity for states and municipalities to develop and implement pollution reduction plans. The industrial sector is one of the nation’s largest sources of emissions, and jurisdictions can maximize the impact of CPRG funds by taking a holistic approach to emission…
The Climate Pollution Reduction Grant (CPRG) program presents a historic opportunity for states and municipalities.
Carbon capture and storage projects require captured emissions to be permanently stored in deep geologic formations via Class VI wells.
Achieving climate goals in the United States and elsewhere will require an unprecedented expansion of clean sources of electricity, the electric transmission grid, and other climate-friendly infrastructure.
Understanding the process, economics, benefits, and risks is paramount to informed decision-making about carbon capture and storage technology deployment in Illinois.
In recent years, there has been increasing interest in using community benefits programs for clean energy infrastructure projects.
Clean Air Task Force and RMI, with funding from the Global Methane Hub, will launch the Waste Methane Assessment Platform (Waste MAP) to provide an accessible online tool that highlights emissions, mitigation opportunities, and best practices to reduce solid waste methane emissions, providing a clear pathway for achieving the Global…