Sustainability

Evaluating transportation options to reduce carbon footprint

Transportation CO2 emissions often make up the largest portion of an individual’s carbon footprint (see graphic). Evaluating transport options is a logical approach, especially in the context of daily commuting and/or leisure trips abroad. The highest gCO2/ passenger km is a short haul flight (255gCO2), with international rail having the lowest gCO2/ passenger km (6gCO2).

Molson Coors donates to Thurgood Marshall College Fund

Molson Coors donates $1M to Thurgood Marshall College Fund (TMCF) to further fund educational programmes focused on providing educational resources, leadership development and career opportunities for students attending historically Black Colleges and Universities. TMCF has a history of successfully supporting nearly 300,000 students who otherwise may not have the means to advance their education.

Companies, governments, and analysts are calculating the needed investment to build enough electric chargers to support the development and deployment of an increasing number of Electric Vehicles (EV)

An early estimate puts the investment at $600B by 2040, to support a ratio of 30% of EVs being sold in total from all sold vehicles by 2030. To reach a net carbon zero position by 2050, the required investment is an estimated $1.6T. This explains why stakeholders are cooperating, in bi-lateral and tri-lateral working …

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Can an enormous kite help tow a cargo ship across the Atlantic Ocean?

A French shipping company, a multinational aerospace corporation, and a French technology company are planning to test the concept of an enormous kite to help tow a cargo ship across the Atlantic Ocean. By using a kite, the expectation is to significantly reduce fuel consumption and greenhouse gas emissions. The kite manufacturer is called Airseas …

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