Looking Forward: Woods Institute becoming part of Stanford's new school focused on climate and sustainability
Two Stanford studies led by Rob Jackson and Sam Abernethy outline how we coordinate research on methane removal technologies and the effect this could have on reducing future temperatures.
Pulling methane out of the atmosphere could slow global warming—if we can figure out how to do it | MIT Technology Review | September 27, 2021
Réchauffement climatique : "Il faut investir dans des technologies de captation du méthane" | L'Express | September 27, 2021
Removing Methane From The Atmosphere Could Significantly Reduce Global Warming | Mashable India | September 28, 2021
Extracting methane from the atmosphere can delay global warming — if you understand how to do it | Texas News Today | September 27, 2021
Research reveals potential climate change solutions that are overlooked | Florida News Times | September 27, 2021
Focus on methane is timely and appropriate | Op-ed by Rob Jackson | The Hill | September 28, 2021