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Environmental Research Letters, vol.11 no.120207, 12/12/2016
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|Resource title||The growing role of methane in anthropogenic climate change (Editorial)|
|Author(s)||M Saunois, R.B. Jackson, P. Bousquet, B. Poulter, J.G. Canadell|
|Publication/ source||Environmental Research Letters, vol.11 no.120207|
|Summary text/ abstract||Unlike CO2, atmospheric methane concentrations are rising faster than at any time in the past two decades and, since 2014, are now approaching the most greenhouse-gas-intensive scenarios. The reasons for this renewed growth are still unclear, primarily because of uncertainties in the global methane budget. New analysis suggests that the recent rapid rise in global methane concentrations is predominantly biogenic-most likely from agriculture-with smaller contributions from fossil fuel use and possibly wetlands. Additional attention is urgently needed to quantify and reduce methane emissions. Methane mitigation offers rapid climate benefits and economic, health and agricultural co-benefits that are highly complementary to CO2 mitigation.|
|Library categories||Climate Change, Energy, Extr. Energy Climate|
|Added to Free Range Library||22/12/2016|
The growing role of methane in anthropogenic climate change (Editorial) [802.3 kilobytes]
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