VIDEO: Mitigating climate disruption in time: A self-consistent approach for avoiding both near-term and long-term global warming

An aerial view of a polluted city.

Dr Gabrielle Dreyfus and Durwood Zaelke of Institute for Governance and Sustainable Development (IGSD) present the concepts and findings discussed in the paper “Mitigating climate disruption in time: A self-consistent approach for avoiding both near-term and long-term global warming”. The case is made that preventing the worst of climate disruption has two aspects: 1) decarbonization, […]

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VIDEO: How Best to Reduce Methane: A New York State Example

A bridge that has collapsed. It goes out over the water and the stops.

Bob Howarth, Phd of Cornell University discusses the importance of methane emissions reduction in relation to New York State’s goal of converting to 100% renewable energy sources by 2050. Professor Howarth emphasizes why “natural gas” is not a “bridge fuel to the future” and why it is important to phase out methane as opposed to […]

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Video: The Methane Removal Imperative

Drilling a deep well mobile drilling rig in an oil and gas field. The field is located in the Far North in the taiga. Beautiful dramatic sunset sky in the background.

In these two videos, recorded at the Methane Pavilion during COP 26, Methane Action science advisors and policy experts discuss in detail why methane removal is needed to keep warming below 1.5 degrees C, and how research and governance are evolving to enable it.  The Methane Removal Imperative, November 5, 2021 Restoring Atmospheric Methane to […]

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