In agriculture, building, urban design transportation, energy production and use and more, there are steps already being taken to keep carbon out of the atmosphere. And according to a serious new book, scaling up those actions—all of them—could be a pathway to reversing global warming.
Many of the 100 climate change solutions examined by Project Drawdown have interlocking effects. Editor Paul Hawken says their analyses work scrupulously to keep their projected benefits separate.
The rigorous scientific and economic study of each of the 100 climate solutions was overdue and needed, in part, Hawken says, to counter the proliferation of bogus “climate facts” on the Internet.