OTHER WORDS FROM decarbonizede·car·bon·i·za·tion [dee-kahr-buh-nahy-zey-shuhn], /diˌkɑr bə naɪˈzeɪ ʃən/, nounde·car·bon·iz·er, noun
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We need the premiums to be so low that everyone will be able to decarbonize.Bill Gates: Here's a Formula That Explains Where We Need to Invest in Climate Innovation|Bill Gates|January 22, 2021|Time
The benefit of the work that we’re doing is it supports not only the development of that export market, but also provides an alternate energy source for our own operations so that we can decarbonize more rapidly.
The deal represents the growing might of a group of fast-moving, low-carbon utilities companies—increasingly coming from abroad—in the race to decarbonize America’s energy sector.In pursuit of ‘net zero,’ Spain’s Iberdrola bets big on America|kdunn6|October 21, 2020|Fortune
Concrete production currently produces about 7% of global emissions, the IEA says, more than double the amount produced by global aviation—itself a notoriously difficult-to-decarbonize sector.To meet net zero emissions targets, China—and the rest of the world—needs these technologies|kdunn6|September 24, 2020|Fortune
Carlos Alvarado Quesada was elected president of Costa Rica in 2018, putting efforts to decarbonize his country’s economy at the center of his administration—but his concern for the environment also extends to orbit.Costa Rica will be the next hub for a space-junk hunting radar|Tim Fernholz|July 23, 2020|Quartz