Time has debuted “Time CO2 Futures,” a program of news reporting in response to global warming, wildfires and extreme weather events. It was launched in partnership with Time’s climate action platform, Time CO2.
“Given this crisis, which continues to unfold every day, it is increasingly critical that media outlets like Time invest in the reporting and storytelling that keeps the public informed; holds decision makers accountable; and elevates successful technologies, actions, and ideas to help show the path forward,” Time writes.
"Time CO2 Futures" will feature reporting on how a variety of business sectors approach sustainability, including: fashion, apparel, and beauty; mobility and manufacturing; healthcare and diagnostics; food and farming.
"The transition to a post-fossil-fuel world is well underway, and there are some corporate leaders already spearheading the process in their industries," Time states. "However, this future has not been embraced widely; the majority of businesses have limited technical expertise on climate issues, and are often unaware of or unable to capitalize on the opportunities that the economic shift, already underway, can offer to those who embrace it."