Timothy Puko of The Wall Street Journal writes on how climate satellites are sweeping the world for global polluters.
- Satellites are emerging as one technology that we can use to track climate pollution.
- In the past three years satellites have been used to track unreported methane emissions in China, Russia, and Texas’ Permian Basin.
- As the world gathers to discuss climate change at COP26 in Glasgow in the coming weeks, we should look to technological innovations such as climate satellites to track greenhouse gas emissions.
Read the full article here.