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Clean Air Task Force and partners announce $3 million in Global Methane Hub funding for work on waste sector methane
Clean Air Task Force joined RMI and the Global Methane Hub (GMH) at COP27 today to announce $3 million in GMH funding for new efforts to track and manage methane emissions from the global waste sector in Africa and Latin American.
EU, U.S., Japan, Canada, United Kingdom, and Norway announce landmark international methane agreement at COP27
On November 11 at COP27, the European Union, United States, Japan, Canada, United Kingdom and Norway announced a landmark new agreement to tackle global methane emissions from the oil and gas sector.
Nigeria announces rules to reduce methane emissions from the oil and gas sector
The government of Nigeria finalized its Methane Guidelines to reduce emissions from its oil and gas industry, making it the first country in Africa to enact regulations to curb methane in the energy sector.
EPA’s newly proposed rule to strengthen methane standards is a step in the right direction
EPA today released an update to its November 2021 proposed rule on methane regulations, taking important steps to improve their standards for the oil and gas industry.
Canada raises bar for methane leadership with new regulatory framework
The Government of Canada just issued a new regulatory framework to reduce methane emissions from its oil and gas sector by at least 75% by 2030, setting a new bar for methane leadership.
From Moment to Momentum: What methane leadership looks like at COP27
Anthropogenic methane emissions are one of the biggest drivers of climate change.
Landmark federal climate and clean energy legislation shows pragmatic climate policy is possible in a wide range of political landscapes
A new analysis from Clean Air Task Force assesses the four landmark pieces of U.S. climate and clean energy legislation passed over the last two years, a period that straddles multiple presidential administrations.
Putting the Nord Stream gas leaks into perspective
On September 26, three separate ruptures were discovered in natural gas lines off the coast of Denmark, resulting in an unprecedented methane super emitting event.