Not a member of any groups.
I'd like to introduce you all to 1250, a new group that is something of a counterpart to the Arctic Methane Emergency Group, but more focused on the U.S. political scene.
Dear Methane Research Colleagues The next meeting of the CCSSG is in 3 weeks. The members have been asked to summarize the important open issues in their areas of representation. For me this is methane, CO and hydrocarbons, which boils down to methane. I am writing to ask you if you have any thoughts you would like me to convey.
Hi, here's the link to the third installment at Huffington Post - http://www.huffingtonpost.com/nathan-currier/methane-in-the-twilight-z_2... All best, Nathan
Hi, here's the link to the third installment at Huffington Post -
Here's the next installment:
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/nathan-currier/methane-in-the-twilight-z_b... I thought you might be interest in this, the first of a series that will deal with the recent press coverage of the arctic methane issue, as well as other aspects of the problem....
Dear methane friends - I'm hoping that you might enjoy taking a look at my recent article at the Huffington Post, Methane and the Fierce Urgency of Now, which I hope will be the first of a series focusing on methane in climate policy from a variety of angles.
Northern peatlands are typically nutrient-poor, acidic ecosystems. They store one third of global soil carbon, and one tenth of global freshwater. However, over the past century they have been damaged in numerous ways; they have been burnt for agricultural management, drained for forestry and agriculture, and harvested as a fuel source.