The aluminum industry is responsible for roughly 2 percent of global greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions.
From Global to Local: Climate TRACE Helps Prioritize Emissions Reductions from the Oil and Gas Industry
Key takeaways from the Climate TRACE emissions inventory this year from the oil and gas industry, starting with a wide lens then zooming in closer to explore how different layers of data reveal useful and actionable insights.
This open-access web tool aims to create greater transparency on methane emissions data from solid waste while providing waste authorities — and the public — with actionable insights to reduce methane emissions in their communities.
Methane is a dangerous climate pollutant that, left unchecked, has the potential to drive far more warming than carbon dioxide in the near term.
Landfills are the third largest source of methane in the United States with annual emissions equivalent to driving 66 million cars or operating 79 coal-fired power plants. Methane is generated when organic materials — such as food waste, yard waste, and paper — decompose in landfills without oxygen. In…