social media carbon intensity
The Carbon Intensity of Social Media

Social media can be intense in a lot of ways. Andre looks at the carbon intensity in particular.

Blog / 26 Aug 2021

The Colors of Hydrogen

Lucy talks us through the rainbow of hydrogen and explains the future of this essential gas in the energy sector.

Blog / 19 Aug 2021

Is “Paying to Pollute” really a bad thing?

If you’ve been around environmental markets for a while, or even if you’ve just been reading some articles on the subject lately, you may have seen companies that have purchased carbon offsets criticized for “paying to pollute.”  The implication of that phrase is that the company has simply bought its way out of bad behavior, […]

Blog / 05 Aug 2021

How Forest Carbon Offsets Promote Good Stewardship

Historically, the economic goals of forest management were only achieved by harvesting timber. Today, landowners see revenue potential through a different lens.

Blog / 29 Jul 2021

California’s Dairy Goldrush

The original California Goldrush started on January 24, 1848 at Sutter’s Mill. It began a seven-year complete and utter plunder of the environment in the search for gold and riches. As we all know now, during the US Gold rush, millions of acres of forest were denuded, river courses were altered–increasing sedimentation and runoff–killing native […]

Blog / 20 Jul 2021

Will the Science-Based Target Initiative’s Net Zero Criteria Squash Corporate Ambition to Reduce Emissions?

In the absence of federal action to limit greenhouse gases over the last four years, thousands of corporations, cities, regions, organizations, investors, and countries have made net zero, carbon neutral, and climate neutral pledges. Bluesource applauds these efforts while at the same time recognizing that there is a pressing need to define what qualifies for […]

Blog / 13 Jul 2021

The Social Cost of Carbon

Have you heard of the social cost of carbon? The social cost of carbon (SCC) is a cost estimate of the future economic damages that would result from emitting one additional ton of greenhouse gas today. In other words, it’s a way to attribute a cost to the future impact of additional greenhouse gas pollution. […]

Blog / 07 Jul 2021

Soil Carbon Simplified

What is soil carbon sequestration? Soil carbon sequestration is a nature-based solution using the natural photosynthesis process of plants to remove CO2 from the atmosphere and store it in the soil and plant root systems. How do sustainable agriculture projects work? Sustainable agriculture projects can help increase the amount of carbon stored by plants. These […]

Blog / 01 Jul 2021

A carbon footprint is the measure of your environmental impact
What Is a Carbon Footprint?

The concept of a “carbon footprint” has started to become more comfortable for the average citizen. But what does it look like in the day-to-day life of the everyday Jane?

Blog / 25 Jun 2021

Decarbonizing the Shipping Industry
Get Your Ship Together

Can we decarbonize the shipping industry?What will it take to reduce the enormous amount of emissions associated with global trade?  On March 23, 2021, millennials were granted their new talking point when the Ever Given, a container ship that spans 3.5 football fields, got stuck across the Suez Canal. The maritime transport industry came to […]

Blog / 17 Jun 2021

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