Why Net-Zero Carbon by 2050 is a Fantasy.

How Much Carbon Does Your Building Put into the Atmosphere?
  1. End-use energy efficiency and electrification (Energy Consumption)
  2. Clean electricity: wind & solar generation, transmission, firm power (Energy Production from sun and wind.)
  3. Bioenergy and other zero-carbon fuels and feedstocks (Energy production from plants.)
  4. CO2 capture, utilization, and storage
  5. Reduce non-CO2 emissions
  6. Enhanced land sinks

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Architect writing about environmental design in an age of climate change.

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Architect writing about environmental design in an age of climate change.

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