Methane is over 80 times more effective than carbon dioxide at trapping heat in the atmosphere, making reducing emissions crucial to slowing climate change. But satellite technologies pinpoint tens of thousands of methane sources—from oil and gas wells, to natural gas pipelines, to livestock feedlots, to landfills. We ask experts from a range of backgrounds: How can we come up with the best policies to foster innovation and cut methane from such a variety of sources?
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Opportunity Knocks to Cut Methane. Can We Rise to the Occasion?
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