At this time, the startup claims its technology has removed over 50,000 tons of CO2 from the atmosphere, while also benefiting soil and plant health.
The programs focus on climate technology efforts that have the potential of scaling into a profitable business, and the organization emphasizes eight target industries: agriculture, chemicals, computing, electricity, manufacturing, transportation, buildings, and defense.
XCharge North America is partnering with MD7’s headquarters in Allen, TX to install the first deployment of a DC fast charging (DCFC) port option in North Texas.
Fork & Good, the brainchild of a farmer and a scientist, launched a pilot facility for producing cultivated pork, promising high yields at an affordable price.
Latin America is embarking on a new era of renewable energy, led by commitments to wind and solar utility-scale projects by Led by Brazil, Chile, and Columbia.
The Comprehensive Urban Agriculture Plan (CUAP) provides a long-term strategy for expanding urban agriculture in the city, especially in marginalized communities with less access to healthy, local food.
REI Co-op, an outdoor retailer, recently announced a third evolution of their Product Impact Standards, which will elevate the expectations of their brand partners to fight climate change, advance inclusion in the outdoors, and manage chemical usage.
As Canada and the United Kingdom ramp up their transition to clean technology, the two nations signed the Critical Minerals Supply Chain Dialogue on Monday.
Bolstered by a renewed grant from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Zoetis will expand its African Livestock Productivity and Health Advancement (A.L.P.H.A.) initiative to improve livestock health and productivity in Sub-Saharan Africa.
The LIGH2T Hub, a Texas consortium of academic and commercial partners, received encouragement from the U.S. DOE to submit a proposal for a regional clean hydrogen hub on the U.S. Gulf Coast.