Net zero means reaching a balance between emissions introduced to the atmosphere and emissions removed. To achieve it, we'll need governments, companies and consumers to work together to accelerate meaningful action. That's why bp is advocating for policies like carbon pricing.
Natural gas – increasingly decarbonized over time – has a key role to play in getting the world to net zero. But to do that, we need to tackle methane emissions fast, and regulations can help
Transportation is the number one source of greenhouse gas emissions in the US, according to the EPA. TCI is designed to reduce it by 20-25% across the region, all while creating jobs, boosting the economy and modernizing infrastructure
With over a decade of proven success, RGGI reduces emissions from the power sector, creates jobs and helps pave the way to a net zero carbon future
bp supports more than 17,000 jobs across Chicagoland. The state is home to bp operations and employees, so we’re invested in supporting progressive climate policy as it takes shape
Environmental and community groups, and businesses like ours were united in support of Washington’s new climate legislation. Why? It’s smart policy that achieves progress for people, the economy and our planet. And it gets the world closer to net zero
Carbon capture, use and storage (CCUS) is a proven technology that can reduce carbon dioxide emissions
bp actively advocates for policies that support net zero in a variety of ways. This includes through direct lobbying, filing formal comments and testimony, communications activities, and advertising