To combat global warming focus more on methane
The US EPA [and others] use the wrong global warming potential for methane and radically underestimate the importance of controlling it.
By Phil McKenna, 09/02/2022 in Inside Climate News
To Counter Global Warming, Focus Far More on Methane, a New Study Recommends: Scientists at Stanford have concluded that the EPA has radically undervalued the climate impact of methane, a “short-lived climate pollutant,” by focusing on a 100-year metric for quantifying global warming
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