Britany Robinson writes for Fast Company on high-tech methane detectors.
- Carbon Mapper is a startup that uses infrared scanners and partners with NASA and other organizations to track emissions from methane, a greenhouse gas that is far more potent than carbon dioxide.
- Last month more than 100 governments signed the Global Methane Pledge which calls for a 30% reduction of global methane emissions by 2030.
- By relying on technological solutions such as Carbon Mapper the world can begin to fully address the scope of methane emissions.
“Duren runs Carbon Mapper, a nonprofit that partners with NASA and other organizations to track methane and carbon emissions. They are part of a wave of researchers stepping up to provide more accurate and transparent accounting of methane—something that will be key for reaching climate goals agreed on in Glasgow last month.”
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