By Zahra Hirji, Inside Climate News, February 11, 2017 Continue reading
By Bryce F. Payne Jr, Robert Ackley, A. Paige Wicker, Zacariah L. Hildenbrand, Doug D. Carlton Jr, Kevin A. Schug, Science of the Total Environment, December 13, 2016
From the … Continue reading
By Bill McKibben, The Nation, 3/23/16
Global warming is, in the end, not about the noisy political battles here on the planet’s surface. It actually happens in constant, silent interactions in the atmosphere, where the molecular structure … Continue reading
By Casey Coates Danson, Climate Progress, March 10, 2016
The EPA will limit methane emissions from existing oil and gas facilities — a huge move by the federal agency, announced in conjunction with President Obama’s meeting with Canadian Prime … Continue reading
By Gayathri Vaidyanathan, ClimateWire, December 22, 2015
Letter [HERE] from Bryce F. Payne Jr., PhD et al to President Obama on methane emissions.
This article was written by Climate Wire (a large, well respected environmental news service) … Continue reading
by Philip Doe, Counter Punch, January 29, 2016
In the past few weeks, something truly unusual happened here in Colorado.
It wasn’t that the Arctic Vortex had taken up residence in the state. The … Continue reading
By Sarah Smith, SNL Financial, September 9, 2015
The push to build new pipelines to transport abundant shale supplies appears to be having a materially adverse impact on pipeline safety.
According to a … Continue reading
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Data for this paper came from the NYC methane work supported by DCS
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A PROPOSED RAPID METHOD FOR MEASURING AREA METHANE EMISSIONS: AN EXPLORATORY APPLICATION IN MANHATTAN, NEW YORK, USA
Bryce F. Payne Jr., Gas … Continue reading
By Todd Woody, TakePart, December 29, 2015
More than two months after a Southern … Continue reading
Below is a very important letter regarding the potentially severe mistake of conflating all greenhouse gases to CO2 equivalents using a 100 year time period in the current UNFCCC emissions reporting system. Methane (the major short lived greenhouse gas) expends its climate warming impact over a much shorter period of … Continue reading