The first-of-its-kind rule is an important step forward to limit methane pollution from the oil and gas sector, the state’s third largest source of greenhouse gas emissions.
Clean Air Task Force (CATF) joined NGOs in a joint letter calling on the European Commission to consider methane emissions in the development and renewal of energy contracts with new providers and partner countries.
Ghana, one of the leading economies in Africa, is showing a strong interest in managing its emissions both from the oil and gas and the waste sectors, and CATF is proud to support these efforts by providing technical and policy support.
Despite its outsized role in slowing climate change, financing to cut methane emissions is seriously lagging.
This report identifies barriers standing in the way of critical funding for global methane mitigation and lays out recommendations for both funders and recipients.
A new report from Clean Air Task Force identifies barriers standing in the way of critical funding for global methane mitigation.
Recently, CATF’s experts visited Naucalpan de Juárez (Naucalpan), Mexico to meet with local officials, learn about the progress they’re making on sustainable waste management, and understand how they plan to implement waste methane mitigation best practices at the municipality’s landfill.
Clean Air Task Force and RMI, with funding from the Global Methane Hub, will launch the Waste Methane Assessment Platform (Waste MAP) to provide an accessible online tool that highlights emissions, mitigation opportunities, and best practices to reduce solid waste methane emissions, providing a clear pathway for achieving the Global…