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Rapidly reducing methane emissions in fossil fuels, agriculture and waste is the single most effective strategy to reduce near-term global warming. Yet, the amount of methane in the atmosphere is increasing at record rates and will increase by up to 13 percent by 2030. We must reverse this trend now. Such are some of the conclusions of the Global Methane Assessment 2030 Baseline report. Why act now: a new era for accelerated change, released by the UN Environment Programme convened Climate and Clean Air Coalition. Our Summary for policymakers is a "very detailed study of where our current methane policies are taking us," said Drew Shindell, Nicholas Professor of Earth Science at Duke University and chair of the CCAC Scientific Advisory Panel. Have a read ahead of COP and talks on the Global Methane Pledge. We are curious to read your thoughts and answer your questions.

  • Tabitha Kimani

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    All efforts to reduce and remove methane from the atmosphere should be over emphasized.

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