2021 is the critical year in the critical decade to limit global warming by accelerating our transition to renewable energy, and eliminate other sources of greenhouse gas emissions. According to the IPCC, we can still limit global warming to 1.5°C — if we cut carbon emissions in half this decade, and achieve Net Zero carbon emissions by 2050. We can mitigate climate change with the technology we have — but we have a lot of work to do to make these technologies more efficient and effective, more scalable and more widely-adopted. This podcast explores HOW to accelerate the development, scale-up and implementation of the technologies we need so that we can hit — and exceed — our targets to reach Net Zero faster. When we accelerate net zero, we reduce damage to the environment, reduce the risk of social and economic instability, and improve public health. Future generations of humans and other species will have a cleaner, safer planet to call home.