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Not Enough by Far: The Carbon Negative Imperative

In recent years we have seen tremendous activity around corporate commitments to achieve carbon neutrality. This means a state of net-zero carbon dioxide emissions. It can be achieved by balancing the production of emissions with its removal, offsets, or by eliminating emissions from society in the transition to a "post-carbon economy" throughout global sectors, from energy production and transportation to agriculture and food systems. Aside from a truly accommodative regulatory environment, to achieve the global energy transition for the next generation, a critical part of achieving “net zero” are the corporate pledges for carbon elimination, emissions reporting, and credible carbon offsets. Further, there…
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Erika Karp, an Impact Entrepreneur columnist, is Executive Managing Director and Chief Impact Officer at Pathstone, which provides investment advisory and family office services to families, family offices, foundations and endowments. Pathstone is among the largest independent wealth managers in the U.S., with more than $100 billion in assets under ... Read more
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