Innovation Financing for Climate Action
About the GINAs project To date, no assessment has quantified the payoffs, public benefit, or business case for low-carbon innovation, globally. Consequently, highly val... Read More
Decarbonizing concrete: Deep decarbonization pathways for the cement and concrete ...
As the world rapidly approaches 1.5° C of warming, the cement and concrete cycle, which represents roughly one-tenth of the global total greenhouse gas emissions, cannot co... Read More
Build Clean: Industrial Policy for Climate and Justice
The industrial sector—manufacturing, mining, construction, waste processing—is responsible for more than a third of greenhouse gas emissions globally and in the United Stat... Read More
Getting things done at Climate Week and the Global Clean Energy Action Forum
Over the last two years, governments, civil society, and the private sector have mobilized to drive solutions to the climate crisis, including a wave of new net-zero emiss... Read More
How low-carbon cement can benefit emerging economies and the planet
Cement is the most common building material in the world. Nearly 9,000 pounds of concrete — cement combined with an aggregate such as gravel, crushed stone, or sand — is p... Read More
Why you should care about cement and concrete
The Three Gorges Dam, which straddles the Yangtze River in China, has a generating capacity of 22,500 megawatts — enough energy to power around 22.5 million households. Th... Read More
Philanthropy & Investors Commit $21.5 Million to Support Global Action on Fer...
SHARM EL-SHEIKH, Egypt – November 12, 2022 – As the United States and other partners announced funding commitments to the Global Fertilizer Challenge (GFC), a group of lead... Read More
Statement by ClimateWorks Foundation Industry Program Senior Director Rebecca Dell...
PITTSBURGH – Today marked a huge milestone in the push to transform the very materials from which our nations are built. The Green Procurement Pledge, an ambitious global c... Read More
White House announces new Buy Clean policy for low-carbon materials
Today the White House announced that the Federal Government will prioritize the purchase of low-carbon construction materials, including steel and concrete, under its Feder... Read More