Climate Change and Climate Risk on the River of Kings
The week of October 8 I was in Bangkok, Thailand for the working group meeting of the Climate and Clean Air Coalition (CCAC).
CATF Statement on Final BLM Methane Waste Rule Final Rollback
In a direct insult to Western communities, native Americans and the taxpaying American public, Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke has once again chosen to instead favor the oil and gas industry by discarding the protections of the Bureau of Land Management’s methane waste rule.
CATF Statement on New Pennsylvania Methane Regulations
It’s big news that the #2 gas-producing state has acted to reduce methane emissions from new natural gas equipment, and we look forward to supporting the state’s efforts to address existing equipment next.
Lessons Learned in Reducing Methane Emissions from the Oil and Gas Sector
After carbon dioxide, methane is the second most important climate pollutant, with a potency over eighty times that of CO2 over a 20-year period.
Canada Releases Final Methane Regulations, US NGOs Comment
Today, Canada issued robust, nationwide standards expected to cut methane pollution from the oil and gas industry by 40 to 45 percent.
Canada Issues Comprehensive Oil and Gas Methane Regulations
On April 25th, Catherine McKenna, the Canadian Environment and Climate Change Minister, finalized robust, nationwide standards designed to cut methane pollution from the oil and gas industry by roughly 40-45 percent.
CATF Statement on Carbon Capture and Storage Advocacy
The Clean Air Task Force is pleased to be participating in the next level of joint advocacy on carbon capture and storage development and deployment in the US. As studies from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) have indicated, CCS is an essential tool for limiting global warming.
What Americans Need to Hear from EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt
On Tuesday, Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Scott Pruitt will testify before the U.S. Senate Environment and Public Works Committee, providing a prime opportunity for the public to hear him address questions about his ongoing efforts to roll back regulations designed to reduce pollution.