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INLady-Dem 17h
wtf? FOR STATING THE TRUTH? has let into our air, regressed goals set for cars, allowed Corporatists to dump thr waste into our waterways, let a pipeline of nasty unprocessed to proceed over pristine, land, open oil drilling in the Artic,
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Maria Caroline N. Skrede 2h
Researchers at have found a new bacteria, which mostly lives on the greenhouse gas . Researches hope the findings can contribute to reducing man-made greenhouse gas emissions. Read the whole report from :
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United Methodist Women 20h
Leading oil and gas companies have supported rules that reduce harmful pollution, but wants them weakened. We are calling on their CEO to change this action.
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Tom Udall Apr 11
At the behest of industry, Trump admin killed rules—a foolish mistake. This new report on waste in New Mexico shows why that is deeply concerning. Methane costs NM money, puts our health at risk, and makes even worse.
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INSTAAR Apr 21
A new study quantifies the steep rise in atmospheric over the past 4 years, and spells out some implications for Paris Agreement targets and fossil fuel emissions:
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Jean-Pierre Gattuso 1m
“we conclude that emissions from gas production in North America over the past decade may well be the leading cause of the increased flux of to the atmosphere”, a very interesting contribution.
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Anna Alessi 5h
Successful upgrading to over 95% content in conventional demonstrated by an elegant set of experiments in our new publication led by
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Xiangjun Zhang 5h
Nowadays, some companies supply the mining use Methane sensor with the range of 0-100% LEL ( about 0-4%). But our instrument adopts an unique working mechanism to detect in the whole range of 0.00-100% without stop, shift and against impact of concentrated gas.
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United Methodist Women 17h
Other oil and gas companies support rules that protect our communities from pollution. We are calling on the CEO to do the same.
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F_U_OldLady 10h
Replying to @DevinNunes @ByronYork
Breaking wind is what cows do.
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Power Past Fracked Gas Apr 9
With what the science says about leaks and climate change, we can’t afford to lock ourselves in to more new fossil fuel infrastructure, says John Carlton: “This is our opportunity to stand with the Puyallup Tribe.”
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Phys.org Apr 9
that oxidizes found in common soil
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Paul Smith Apr 10
All set for today's presentation on the rumen microbiome of dairy cows grazing swards with and without white clover subsequently leading to a reduction in methane yield at the annual conference
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Raisa Mäkipää 17m
How to cut emissions from burps? taxiformis reduces production by more than 99% in the lab. Bromoform (CHBr₃) disrupts the enzymes used by gut 's that produce CH4 gas as waste during digestion.
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ExoMars orbiter Apr 10
Replying to @ESA_TGO
Ultimately, we need to improve our understanding of the mechanisms at play on that not only create but also destroy . Meanwhile, I keep collecting more data... 📷
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TXsharon Apr 11
New findings on the Permian Basin boom: emissions are 5 times higher than EPA estimates. is right! If we don't stop this, our children will suffer.
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Redefine Tacoma Apr 10
refinery would hold 8,000,000 gallons of at any one time = 600 times pure methane = 4,800,000,000 gallons. The energy equivalent of of this much volatile & explosive is 166 Kilotons of TNT. Just say NO! to reckless.
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ExoMars orbiter Apr 10
Replying to @MarsCuriosity
The plot thickens! Remember last week's news from ESA's Mars Express confirming a 2013 spike by ? Well, that was before my time at , but it's certainly fascinating how to make sense of all these results... 📷
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Stefan Krauter Apr 5
High with high temperature (250°C) and high pressure (15 bar) combined with a H2 + CO2 (from ) to CH4 () converter: Increased efficiency from 54% to 76% (large scale: 80%). at
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Green Evanston 20h
Replying to @GreenEvanston
With help from our food and yard waste haulers Collective Resource and Groot Industries, the community diverted almost 3,000 tons of from the landfill in 2018. Organics that decompose in the landfill produce gas which is 70x more harmful than
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