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Growing food in the forest for financeable flourishing

Explainer: How Carbon Capture Contributes to Climate Strategies

There's too much operating need for carbon-heavy energy, and climate change is too far along, for society to do all its sustainability work through a switch to renewable fuels. Removing carbon from the atmosphere becomes necessary - and financing the removal involves a range of risks.
Can pledges prompt fast and sure deployment? Many want to know.

In San Francisco, youth are protesting the climate crisis as pledges emerge in Glasgow. (Photo outside BlackRock's San Francisco office by Peg Hunter, via Flickr Creative Commons.) 

Amid a Storm of Pledges, Finding a Blueprint for Climate Capital Deployment

A bumper crop of climate pledges and plans land in your inbox, but how many make it to your term sheet? This investigation follows a few global finance pledges, setting them against capital needs and focusing on partnerships and local efforts as units of action.
China's infrastructure investments contain green and gray

(Photo courtesy Yale Climate Connections.) China keeps using coal- but has today's coal crunch hastened the dirty fuel's decline? 

Two Enormous Countries Burn Lots of Coal. That's a Cue for the Energy Transition.

India and China have been burning lots of coal this year. efore we dive into whether current coal use undermines the case for investing in the countries’ transition, let’s take a broad view of these two countries to see where governments’ energy choices might intrigue clean-energy investors.

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