What it takes to solve the global climate Crisis


Reach Net Zero

The MCC Carbon Clock shows how much CO2 can be released into the atmosphere to limit global warming to a maximum of 1.5°C and 2°C, respectively. With just a few clicks, you can compare the estimates for both temperature targets and see how much time is left in each scenario.

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“This is a tremendously well done book, I deeply appreciate the depth and analytics. It’s an important work and I hope it is on book shelves [literally and digitally] soon.”

– Congressman Harley Rouda

U.S. House of Representatives


For a long time, the scientific community has been increasingly concerned about global warming, the root cause of climate change. In 1988, NASA scientist Dr. James Hansen testified before the U.S. Congress that...


The following is a planned list of articles and op-eds to be written based upon the book Reaching Net Zero. Actual titles may differ from the working titles:

Global Warming Report Card

Keep up with the global warming report card. Will our grades Improve? Emissions are increasing, the world is getting hotter, climate change is accelerating, eliminate fossil subsidies, sea levels rising,  the IPCC goals can’t be met, China and the US are our biggest sources. 


To slow down climate change, it is necessary to stop global warming by reaching NET ZERO. NET ZERO is when C02 emissions are reduced so no additional CO2 is added to the atmosphere. CO2 emissions that can’t be reduced are offset by sinks such as forests. Other greenhouse gases such as methane and nitrous oxide from agriculture and land use changes have to be reduced to net zero as well.

Reaching NET ZERO will stabilize…


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