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RSS FeedsNatural Gas has no Climate Benefit and May Make Things Worse
(WorldNews Environment)

 
 

14 november 2017 16:03:59

 
Natural Gas has no Climate Benefit and May Make Things Worse
(WorldNews Environment)
 




1 The evidence is overwhelming that natural gas has no net climate benefit in any timescale that matters to humanity. In fact, a shocking concludes that just the methane emissions escaping from New Mexico´s gas and oil industry are `equivalent to the climate impact of approximately 12 coal-fired power plants.` If the goal is to avoid catastrophic levels of warming, a by U.K. climate researchers finds `categorically no role` to play for new natural gas production. Sadly, the International Energy Agency (IEA) has just published a `Commentary` on `the environmental case for natural gas,` that ignores or downplays key reasons that greater use of natural gas is bad for the climate. In the real...
 
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