Resurrection video

1080p – YouTube.

Study Sees Path to Cutting Substantial American Natural Gas Leaks – NYTimes.com

Study Sees Path to Cutting Substantial American Natural Gas Leaks – NYTimes.com.

Final environmental review for Keystone XL tar sands pipeline acknowledges significant climate impact and sets stage for rejection | Danielle Droitsch’s Blog | Switchboard, from NRDC

Final environmental review for Keystone XL tar sands pipeline acknowledges significant climate impact and sets stage for rejection | Danielle Droitsch’s Blog | Switchboard, from NRDC.

1-Paul Connett: Why Ash for Trash is Bad for Cortland County – YouTube

1-Paul Connett: Why Ash for Trash is Bad for Cortland County – YouTube.

Akwesasne Drummers at State of the State | Shaleshock Media

Akwesasne Drummers at State of the State | Shaleshock Media.

Mexican Communities On Guard Against Thirst for Oil – Inter Press Service

Mexican Communities On Guard Against Thirst for Oil – Inter Press Service.

Institutionalizing delay: foundation funding and the creation of U.S. climate change counter-movement organizations

drexel.edu/~/media/Files/now/pdfs/Institutionalizing Delay – Climatic Change.ashx.

Institutionalizing delay: foundation funding

and the creation of U.S. climate change

counter-movement organizations

Center for Science and Technology Policy Research

Center for Science and Technology Policy Research.

US Media CoverageWorld Media Coverage

A Convenient Excuse – News Features

A Convenient Excuse – News Features.

A Convenient Excuse

By WEN STEPHENSON  |  November 5, 2012 



Read more: http://thephoenix.com/boston/news/146647-convenient-excuse/#ixzz2li1BdPNd

Anthropogenic emissions of methane in the United States

Anthropogenic emissions of methane in the United States

Significance

Successful regulation of greenhouse gas emissions requires knowledge of current methane emission sources. Existing state regulations in California and Massachusetts require ∼15% greenhouse gas emissions reductions from current levels by 2020. However, government estimates for total US methane emissions may be biased by 50%, and estimates of individual source sectors are even more uncertain. This study uses atmospheric methane observations to reduce this level of uncertainty. We find greenhouse gas emissions from agriculture and fossil fuel extraction and processing (i.e., oil and/or natural gas) are likely a factor of two or greater than cited in existing studies. Effective national and state greenhouse gas reduction strategies may be difficult to develop without appropriate estimates of methane emissions from these source sectors.

Commentary on the study:

Bridge Out: Bombshell Study Finds Methane Emissions From Natural Gas Production Far Higher Than EPA Estimates | ThinkProgress.

Huffington Post coverage:

NY Times coverage:

Harvard University Press Release:

Link to Study:

Anthropogenic emissions of methane in the United States

http://www.pnas.org/content/early/2013/11/20/1314392110.abstract

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