At COP26, Scientists, Policy Experts Call on World Leaders to Support Atmospheric Methane Removal & Emissions Cuts

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News Release For immediate release Contacts:       In New York:  Stephen Kent, skent@kentcom.com, +1 914 589 5988 In Glasgow at COP26:  Daphne Wysham, daphne@methaneaction.org, +44(0)7717102395 At COP26, Scientists, Policy Experts Call on World Leaders to Support Atmospheric Methane Removal Plus Methane Emissions Cuts to Avoid 1.5 Degrees C Rise in Temperatures [Glasgow – November 2] Methane Action, a nonprofit […]

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New Declaration Offers a Policy Framework for Pursuing Atmospheric Methane Removal and Aggressive Emissions Cuts

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Contact:  Stephen Kent, skent@kentcom.com, 914-589-5988 As Governments take steps to reduce methane, a new Declaration offers a policy Framework for pursuing atmospheric methane removal together with aggressive emissions cuts, and leading climate scientists and advocates call on governments to adopt it [Port Townsend, Washington – September 17, 2021]  Amid new efforts by governments to reduce methane […]

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Scientists and Advocates Welcome UN Methane Report But Say That in Addition to Mitigating Methane Emissions, We Must Also Reduce Atmospheric Methane

PRESS RELEASE Contact:  Stephen Kent, skent@kentcom.com , 914-589-5988 [Calabasas, CA – May 6]  The non-profit Methane Action and leading climate scientists and atmospheric chemists welcomed the landmark UN report on methane emissions released today.  But in addition to the report’s focus on cutting anthropogenic methane emissions, they pointed out that we also must prioritize addressing […]

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Prominent scientists call on U.S. and World leaders to reduce atmospheric methane

A diagram showing the feedback loop created by methane emissions: More warming causes more natural emissions which causes more warming, and so on.

NEWS RELEASE Contact:  Stephen Kent, skent@kentcom.com, 914-589-5988 [Calabasas, CA – April 16, 2021]  In a sign-on letter issued a week before the Earth Day climate summit, prominent climate scientists today called on U.S. and global leaders “to take effective measures to cut methane emissions, reduce atmospheric methane concentrations, and return methane in the atmosphere to preindustrial levels.”  Methane is a […]

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