This book ranks the top 100 solutions to climate change.
The results are surprising.
A chat with Paul Hawken about his ambitious effort to “map, measure, and model” global warming solutions.
By David Roberts@firstname.lastname@example.org Updated Feb 12, 2018, 10:04am EST
By now, the looming dangers of climate change are clear to anyone who’s been paying attention, covered extensively in both academic literature and the popular press.
But what about solutions?
For all the hand-wringing on climate change over the years, discussion of solutions remains puzzlingly anemic and fractured. A few high-profile approaches, mainly around renewable energy and electric cars, dominate discussion and modeling. But there’s been no real way for ordinary people to get an understanding of what they can do and what impact it can have. There remains no single, comprehensive, reliable compendium of carbon-reduction solutions across sectors.