Japan’s Nippon Steel Planning for Carbon Neutrality, Signals Growing Momentum for Industrial Decarbonization

High-profile moves toward decarbonization from two of the top three steel companies indicate a significant shift in the industry's approach to climate change.


IEA Fails to Deliver a 1.5-degree Climate Scenario for Steel Industry

The International Energy Agency has squandered its unique opportunity to set the stage for the decarbonization of steel.


Cold Steel, Hot Climate

ArcelorMittal’s New Carbon-Neutral Commitment Could Catalyze Steel Industry Transformation

As the largest steel company in the world, ArcelorMittal is responsible for close to one percent of all climate pollution. We welcome ArcelorMittal's pledge to become carbon neutral by 2050 as an important step toward addressing the outsized impact of the steel industry and a critical victory for climate and the environment.


Decarbonization of Steel and Concrete Ignored in UN Ministerial Meeting on Green Recovery

Industrial decarbonization needs to be a top green recovery priority, full stop. We have a once-in-a-generation opportunity to tie the recovery of these industries to technologies that reduce carbon emissions.


European Tire & Rubber Manufacturers Plan to Put More Vehicles on the Roads in Response to Covid-19

Proposal for an EU-funded vehicle renewal scheme would likely increase car ownership and could pose serious public health risks


Architects, Engineers, Builders, and Activists Declare 2030 Must Become the New 2050 in the Climate Emergency

Steel and concrete industries targeted by their top customers for dramatic GHG emissions reductions in next ten years


Mighty Earth, ArcelorMittal, Lendlease, Daimler, HSBC & Others Launch ResponsibleSteel™, The World’s First Sustainability Standard For The Steel Industry

ResponsibleSteel's Executive Director calls Mighty Earth "critical" in development of new standard


Global Finance Leader HSBC Calls for Carbon-Neutral Steel

Steel is currently the largest source of industrial carbon emissions.


Breakthrough Embodied Carbon Tool for Construction Only A First Step Toward Market Transformation

We are going to need all kinds of technical solutions -- like EC3 -- to reduce embodied carbon from construction.


New Investment By Largest Steel Producer in U.S. Proves Clean Energy Can Power Heavy Industry

Switching to clean electricity is good for business, good for the climate, and good for clean energy jobs.


Global Architecture Community Sets Ambitious New Target: Zero Emissions by 2040

The global architecture community is coming together to embrace an exciting vision


World Green Building Council Sounds the Alarm on Embodied Carbon

Without urgent action immediately, embodied carbon will be responsible for at least half of total new construction emissions between now and 2050. There is no time to lose.