Climate Investing: General Framework (Part 1)

  1. Replace existing dirty technologies and/or processes. For example, burning coal -> natural gas -> renewable energy or diesel -> biofuels -> electric
  2. Change our habits (bike vs car), product choices (degradable vs plastic), diet (plant vs meat), transportation (sharing vs ownership)
  1. Stop / reduce the emissions from natural emitters like swamps and better prevent / fight forest fires
  2. Remove the excess CO2 from the air by planting trees and develop carbon capture technologies at scale (see how they work here).




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