by Joe Romm Aug 20, 2015
Embarrassingly, everyone from the EPA itself to the NY Times and Washington Post and Wall Street Journal continue to use wrong and outdated lowball numbers for methane's impact on global warming. In fact, as we’ll see, they are doubly outdated.
by Samantha Page Aug 18, 2015
Nearly 2.5 million metric tons of methane escape from processing facilities each year.
by Ryan Koronowski Aug 18, 2015
Methane is less common in the atmosphere than carbon dioxide but 86 times more potent in its ability to trap heat.
by Katie Valentine Aug 17, 2015
The plan is an attempt to more tightly regulate a sector that accounts for nearly a fifth of total U.S. methane emissions.
by Samantha Page Aug 12, 2015
His lawyer says they can prove the methane build up was caused by the oil and gas operations just 1,000 feet away.
by Emily Atkin Jun 25, 2015
A new report shows oil and gas operations on federal and tribal lands leaked $360 million worth of fuel in 2013.
by Samantha Page May 26, 2015
Food waste costs billions of dollars a year and is a significant contributor to greenhouse gas emissions.
by Ari Phillips May 8, 2015
Fugitive methane emissions are still on the loose all across America's federal lands.
by Katie Valentine Apr 30, 2015
Research has found a recent spike in ethane in Maryland, a state with no active fracking wells that's surrounded by states with high levels of fracking.
by Natasha Geiling Mar 17, 2015
Most food waste ends up in landfills, where it decomposes and releases methane, a greenhouse gas much more potent than carbon dioxide.