BBC highlights Bluemethane’s role in methane mitigation

Bluemethane is thrilled to have been featured by BBC Future. This in-depth article by Anna Turns Explains how the challenge of methane emissions from water can be resolved, with Bluemethane identified as the leading solution.

“Out of the 51 billion tonnes of greenhouse gases emitted by people every year, three billion tonnes of those are from methane which escapes from water.”

It is wonderful that the problem of methane from water, so often overlooked, has been recognised by a leading media outlet such as the BBC.

“hydroelectric dams and their reservoirs are responsible for the release [of] the equivalent of almost one billion tonnes of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere”

Bluemethane strives to increase awareness of methane as a potent greenhouse gas, and also of water as a significant source of methane, in order to drive sufficient methane mitigation.

Read the full article here.

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