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We need to limit consumption of foods with outsized climate impacts, especially beef, lamb and goat.
Acting quickly to reduce relatively short-lived yet potent gases could have a big impact on human health and slow global warming.
A leak rate of more than 3 percent would erase the climate benefits of replacing coal-fired power plants.
Imports of foreign oil are at their lowest levels since 1967. But there's a dirty secret underneath those numbers.
Methane is the most dangerous greenhouse gas emission, and accurate measuring is necessary to ensure that corporations meet their public commitments and meet the 2-degree warning.
Hint: it has to do with methane, a greenhouse gas 84 times as potent as carbon dioxide.
A methane-reduction plan backed by 10 of the world's biggest companies, including Shell and Saudi Aramco, could have an enormous near-term impact.
Leaks are bad, but we have a larger methane problem. An emerging biogas industry that uses organic waste gas capture is a possible solution.
The year starts with growing momentum to cut oil and gas methane pollution.