Foggy Hills

The Science

Our approach draws on the latest climate science published by the IPCC, applying the principle that you can’t manage what you don’t measure. This approach points toward mitigation steps that can deliver the fastest possible global heat reduction, both near-term as well as long term.

 

Did you know that  45%  of anthropogenic global warming isn’t caused by carbon dioxide, but by methane, black carbon, tropospheric ozone, and HFCs? 

Short-lived climate pollutants can be hundreds to thousands of times more powerful than CO₂ while in the atmosphere. So, while CO₂ reduction and removal remains absolutely essential for long-term climate stabilization, we also must focus on reducing these supercharged short-lived climate pollutants at scale to create a bridge to the future. 
 
This gives us an opportunity to make a big difference for our climate: If we can curb these climate super-pollutants at scale, we can begin bringing down the atmosphere’s excess heat in the near term – not by 2050 and beyond, but in the next ten years.  
 
Read our whitepaper to learn how:

  • The missing link in effective climate action

    The roadmap for reducing global heat starts with measuring what matters