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Welcome to our blog, where we bring you the latest insights and updates on environmental sustainability, renewable energy, and the fight against climate change. We are dedicated to providing thought-provoking articles, informative guides, and inspiring stories that highlight the urgent need for collective action to protect our planet. Our team of passionate experts will delve into a wide range of topics, including innovative technologies, policy developments, and successful initiatives aimed at reducing carbon emissions and promoting a greener future.

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  • TAG Climate Blog: Plant-Based Meat

    Edward Amoroso

    Plant-based meat is an important climate-friendly food product that supports reduction in emissions from livestock. Excellent meat substitute products are beginning to emerge that decrease land and water usage, as well as reducing methane and other emitted gases. Livestock contribute to climate change through methane gas emission, while also requiring significant land and water usage. Innovations in plant-based meats are resulting in new products that provide enjoyment of meat taste without the associated negative impact to the environment.

  • TAG Climate Blog: Lab-Grown Animal Protein

    Edward Amoroso

    Lab grown animal protein is intended to address the inefficiency of creating edible protein from cattle and other animals. Cultured meat is created from in vitro cell cultures of animal cells – and as such can be viewed as cellular agriculture.

  • TAG Climate Blog: Vertical Farming

    Edward Amoroso

    Vertical farming involves growing crops in rows on vertical surfaces versus in a traditional horizontal manner. The approach supports sustainability objectives by providing more food production from less land. Vertical farming is also sometimes referred to as indoor farming.

  • TAG Climate Blog: Tolerant Food Crops

    Edward Amoroso

    Drought and flood-tolerant food crops are an important means for communities, especially poorer ones, toavoid famine and disease that can result from the increase in droughts, floods, and storms that result when global climate increases. Drought and flood-tolerant food crops are an important means for preventing the harmful effects of climate change on poorer global communities. Drought and flood-tolerant innovations do notreduce climate change trends, but certainly reduce human suffering.

  • TAG Climate Blog: New York Becomes First State in the Country to Ban Natural Gas and Other Fossil Fuels in Most New Buildings

    Scott Geldzahler

    New York has become the first state in the country to ban natural gas and other fossil fuels in most new buildings. The ban, included in the state budget, will take effect in 2026 for buildings seven stories and shorter and in 2029 for all other buildings. The ban follows a similar move by New York City, which passed a bill that effectively bans gas in new buildings, starting in 2024 for those under seven stories and in 2027 for anything taller.

  • Reducing Food Waste with a Tiny Sachet

    Scott Geldzahler

    As part of my work with Edward Amoroso at TAG Climate, I recently stumbled onto an awesome company called Hazel Technologies. The company focuses on improving and extending the shelf life and quality of produce while it is being shipped and stored.

  • A Negative Carbon Approach to Concrete

    Edward Amoroso

    OK, I’m from Jersey. So, when you say concrete, I think of a New Yorker cartoon where a bunch of construction workers are pouring concrete into a pit. Some lady approaches them holding a pistol in one hand and her dead husband over her shoulder. “Mind?” she asks.

  • TAG Climate Blog: Desalination

    Edward Amoroso

    The desalination process removes mineral components from salt water to produce fresh water for human consumption (soil can also be desalinated). Desalination is usually done via thermal distillation or mechanical processes such as reverse osmosis.

  • TAG Climate Taxonomy: Next Generation Nuclear

    Edward Amoroso

    The stated goal of next-generation nuclear plants is to safely generate clean electricity with a small amount of nuclear waste. Nuclear power is a carbon-free energy source, and it works at scale delivering power reliably. The obvious downside – and this is a considerable downside – is that many prior nuclear accidents have been disastrous. Despite this challenge, the United States currently obtains roughly one-fifth of its electricity from its nuclear power plants.


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