There's been a lot of ambitious talk lately about carbon neutrality. It's exciting stuff, but it's worth pausing to consider just how huge that challenge is. And what, precisely, does it mean? Zero emissions, or lots of offsets? I thought it was interesting to take a look at the climate action plan from the city of Copenhagen. It's certainly a contender for the title of the greenest and most progressive city on earth, and it's a city that has pledged to become carbon neutral by 2025. But what you find is that even for the Danes, carbon neutrality is more …
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Eric de Place is a senior researcher at Sightline Institute, a Seattle-based sustainability think tank, working on promoting smart policy decisions for the Pacific Northwest. Visit http://daily.sightline.org/blog/ to read more on Sightline's blog.
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