Methane Emissions

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Half of global methane emissions come from aquatic ecosystems, much of this is human-made
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Half of global methane emissions come from aquatic ecosystems, much of this is human-made

Between 2000 and 2006, global methane emissions stabilised but emissions began steadily rising again in 2007.

New IPCC report due 8 August to thoroughly examine link between global warming, land use
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New IPCC report due 8 August to thoroughly examine link between global warming, land use

Double of India's landmass needs to be devoted to biofuels, carbon capture & storage to cap warming at 1.5-deg C.

Artificial lab-grown meat may be worse for the environment than cattle farming
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Artificial lab-grown meat may be worse for the environment than cattle farming

While methane from cow farms stays roughly 12 years in the atmosphere, CO2 accumulates for millennia.

China failing to cut methane emissions by not enforcing regulations well enough
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China failing to cut methane emissions by not enforcing regulations well enough

China's methane emissions are pegged as the world's highest, coal industry accounting for a third of it.

Rice paddies give out twice as much in greenhouse gases than previously thought
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Rice paddies give out twice as much in greenhouse gases than previously thought

Emissions of nitrous oxide from rice farming in India could be 30–45 times above reported levels.