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Reducing methane to slow climate change

We often hear about increased CO2 in the context of global warming. Hayley Warren and Akshat Rathi for Bloomberg show why we should talk more about methane: In the fight against global warming, methane has flown under the radar for too long. But there’s increasing recognition that tackling the invisible, odorless gas is one of the easiest, cheapest, and most feasible ways to make a real difference in slowing climate...

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Making invisible gas leaks visible

For The New York Times, Jonah M. Kessel and Hiroko Tabuchi went to oilfields in Texas with an infrared camera to look for methane leaks. Okay, important topic here, and the contrast between regular photograph and infrared video is alarming, but I may have been drawn to the methodology at the end: To create images of methane emissions in the Permian Basin, The Times used a custom-built FLIR camera that...

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