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July 11, 2018 | 4:06 pm

As more governments consider net-zero emissions policies, scientists warn about ‘tough-nut’ sectors


Difficult-to-decarbonize sources today account for 27 per cent of global emissions, and could be equivalent to current emissions from all sources within a few years. We need to focus more on these "tough nuts," say scientists.

Policy | PICS Staff
05/16/18 | PICS Staff

Would California’s new household solar rule work in BC?

05/30/18 | PICS Staff

As BC wildfire season kicks off, what do we know about the role of climate change?

07/11/18 | PICS Staff

Adaptation to sea-level rise challenge more social and economic than technical

07/11/18 | PICS Staff

Researchers demonstrate the potential of carbon-negative hydrogen fuel

07/21/17 | PICS Staff

Clean up the grid. Electrify everything.

In depth

Can there really be carbon-neutral gasoline? A BC firm reckons it might arrive sooner rather than later

The Climate Examiner speaks to BC-based Carbon Engineering about the technology, the business and the policies that could make direct air capture, synfuels and carbon sequestration work.

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