Five female and male utility engineers in climbing harnesses stand on a clearing above a forest sprinkled with dozens of wind turbines.
Joan Sullivan

Northland Power’s management team in front of the 67-turbine Mont Louis wind farm in the Gaspesie region of Quebec, Canada.


Each solution reduces greenhouse gases by avoiding emissions and/or by sequestering carbon dioxide already in the atmosphere.

Project Drawdown conducts an ongoing review and analysis of climate solutions—the practices and technologies that can stem and begin to reduce the excess of greenhouse gases in our atmosphere. Our work shows the world can reach drawdown by mid-century, if we make the best use of all existing climate solutions. Certainly, more solutions are needed and emerging, but there is no reason—or time—to wait on innovation. Now is better than new, and society is well equipped for transformation today.

Note: Some of the figures presented here were corrected in August 2021. New numbers appear in boldface in the relevant solutions descriptions. You can view a summary of the corrections here.