Stabilizing the Climate by 2030 through Radiative Forcing Management
As the pace of climate change is accelerating, so too is our understanding of the factors driving this change. At the core of problem are the emissions and other human activities that are changing the heat balance of the earth, measured as “radiative forcing.” We now know it is possible to get ahead of dangerous climate disruption and temperature rise by managing this excess heat. Every company, organization and government jurisdiction has a vital role to play to effectively address the near-term climate crisis before 2030, and contribute to a sustainable climate future.
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Radiative forcing management (RFM) is a direct outgrowth of internationally recognized IPCC consensus science. It provides the most comprehensive, scientifically robust way to calculate climate footprints, determine progress toward and verify true climate neutrality, and establish offsets. It also substantially broadens the range of climate mitigation projects that can be verified, providing far greater options for organizations seeking to reduce their climate footprint in the most cost-effective manner, while making a meaningful contribution to global climate stabilization.