Getting To Zero Carbon: The Climate Challenge Is it really possible to bring carbon emissions down to zero — widely recognized as a necessary move to slow the rise of global temperatures?
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Getting To Zero Carbon: The Climate Challenge

The Danish company Maersk has been shipping goods around the world since the age of steamships. Now it wants to usher in a new era, with carbon neutral transport. David Hecker/Getty Images hide caption

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Giant Shipper Bets Big On Ending Its Carbon Emissions. Will It Pay Off?

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Experts Say U.S. Power Grid Needs To Change Before Shifting To All Renewable Energy

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Google Sets Goal To Use Clean Energy 24/7

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How The Push For Renewable Energy Is Changing Southwest Georgia

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An aerial view of the 52-megawatt solar farm built by Silicon Ranch in Hazlehurst, Ga. Ever cheaper and better solar technology, available land and lots of sunshine are driving demand for massive, utility-scale solar projects across the American Southeast. Silicon Ranch hide caption

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How Georgia Became A Surprising Bright Spot In The U.S. Solar Industry

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In California's Mojave Desert sits First Solar Inc.'s Desert Sunlight Solar Farm. California is among the states leading the decarbonization charge. Tim Rue/Bloomberg via Getty Images hide caption

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Going 'Zero Carbon' Is All The Rage. But Will It Slow Climate Change?

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