There is a new push to reduce CH4 emissions as a possible quick 'win-win' for climate and air quality. To be clear this is an eminently sensible idea - as it has been for decades (remember the 'Methane-to-markets' initiative from the early 2000s?), but it inevitably brings forth a mish-mash of half-remembered, inappropriate or out-of-date comparisons between the impacts of carbon dioxide and … Read Full Article about The definitive CO2/CH4 comparison post
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Climate scientists are inordinately excited by the release of a new IPCC report (truth be told, that's a bit odd - It's a bit like bringing your end-of-(seven)-year project home and waiting anxiously to see how well it will be received). So, in an uncharacteristically enthusiastic burst of effort, we have a whole suite of posts on the report for you to read. AR6 of the Best. Half a dozen … Read Full Article about The IPCC Sixth Assessment Report