Decarbonization: What Is It and Why Is It Important?
This webinar will explore how the transition to the Decarbonization Economy will free us of carbon emissions and yield some of the largest capital gains that humanity has ever seen.
Creating a net-zero carbon economy is no longer out of reach or expensive. Massive innovation in the Internet of Things (IoT), artificial intelligence, renewable energy, and other enabling technologies have set us on a trajectory to achieve full-scale decarbonization.
Electrified homes, buildings, and vehicles will soon become mini-microgrids and virtual power plants, offering enhanced resiliency and stability, now paramount as natural disasters like wildfires and superstorms take out grid infrastructure with increasing frequency.
Carbon reduction technology is now capable of capturing and embedding large amounts of carbon into all of the products around us, decreasing harmful emissions and reducing our collective environmental footprint.
Swelling consumer demand is making the Decarbonization Economy virtually inevitable: with 77 percent of millennials willing to pay more for environmentally sustainable products and Gen-Zs quickly becoming the most ardently active and passionately vocal generation, there is no doubt where the future is headed.
Fortunately, sustainability has become a moral imperative in the business sector, driving strategic development, innovation, and sales decisions. To our collective benefit, decarbonization has become the most cost-effective way for businesses to mitigate risk, enhance resiliency, and broaden their public appeal.
To learn more about the Decarbonization Economy, watch the video below during which I explore the market forces and groundbreaking innovations that are driving the transition, and how all sectors of our economy, including buildings, transportation, industry, and policy, will be impacted.
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