Reducing methane is the fastest way to slow global warming.
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https://youtu.be/HePSo2c0vA0 SHARM EL-SHEIKH–Hannah McKinnon, Program Director, Sequoia Climate Foundation; Fanta Kamakaté, Senior Program Officer for…
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3Iwn_JZHAtM SHARM EL-SHEIKH–Todd Crane, principal scientist at the International Livestock Research Institute; Carolina Urmeneta, program…
https://youtu.be/AAE8UDE4uf0 SHARM EL-SHEIKH–Gabriel Quintana of Imaflora, Aaron Pedrosa of Philippine Movement for Climate Justice, and…
Research & Analysis
To save the planet, we need to reduce short-lived, but potent emissions of methane alongside efforts to decarbonize. Methane (CH4) is a greenhouse gas that traps over 80 times more heat in our atmosphere than carbon dioxide over the first 20 years. Swift action to reduce methane pollution from the world’s major sources is the most immediate way we can slow warming now.Learn More