UPDATED DEC. 2020 Given the urgency of the climate crisis, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency should very rapidly put in place methane emissions standards at new and existing oil and natural gas sites, nationwide. In this memo, we describe how ambitious regulations can readily reduce methane emissions in 2025 from…
President von der Leyen’s final State of the Union address in September is an excellent opportunity to raise the profile of the Methane Regulation and much needed progress towards achieving the Global Methane Pledge.
CATF joined a coalition of environmental groups in submitting comments on the Environmental Protection Agency’s request for feedback on the financial and technical assistance funding under the Methane Emissions Reduction Program (MERP).
Clean Air Task Force joined the Pembina Institute, Environmental Defense Fund, the David Suzuki Foundation, and the Canadian Association of Physicians for the Environment in submitting follow-up comments to the British Columbia Energy Regulator on reducing methane emissions from B.C.’s oil and gas sector.