NOAA: Methane Emissions ‘Being Driven by Natural and Agricultural Emissions, Not Fossil Fuels’

Last year, EID highlighted the fact that several recent peer-reviewed studies have concluded microbial sources of methane such as wetlands, agriculture and rice paddies are responsible for the increase in global emissions since 2007 — not oil and natural gas production.

 

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  1. Tim Murcko says:

    “FAKE NEWS!!!” “NOAA IS JUST A GOVT LAP DOG FOR TRUMPS OIL BUDDIES etc. etc. etc.” All joking aside, this is tremendous news! It just confirms what many believed to be true from the very beginning, the O&G industry isn’t the villain it’s been made out to be. I knew sooner or later the real science would show that the industry is helping much more than hurting. Now if only those spouting the false information would take the time to read this and see for themselves we are not the enemy. Let’s see how much the MSM reports on this, if at all.

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