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Leading Philanthropic Organizations Commit More Than $223 Million to Reducing Methane Emissions

Emily Holbrook of Energy + Environment Leader reports that leading philanthropic organizations are committing more than $223 million to reduce methane emissions.

The C3 Take
  • More than 20 philanthropic organizations are spearheading efforts to reduce the emissions of methane, a greenhouse gas that is 80 times more powerful than carbon dioxide.
  • The organizations will fund projects that reduce methane emissions, as well as commit resources for more robust methane tracking.
  • The private sector is advancing solutions to create a cleaner environment.

“A first-of-its-kind alliance of more than 20 leading philanthropic organizations announced an intention to fund more than $223 million to drastically reduce methane emissions around the world.”

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