Methane Emissions Up -- But Uptick is from Ag, Landfills, Wetlands

"The amount of methane in the atmosphere is growing, but it’s not coming from where you think.

While methane from fracking and other fossil-fuel activity hasn’t increased over the last 10 years, agriculture, landfills, and wetlands are getting gassier, according to a new study in Nature."

Amy McDermott reports for Grist October 6, 2016.


"Methane Leaks Declining Even As Natural Gas Production Grows" (ClimateWire)

Source: Grist, 10/07/2016