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Australia praised for methane reductions, but should be prepared for uncomfortable COP

Renew Economy

Coal mines will help Australia meet a COP26 methane pledge but developing countries are gearing up to make loss and damage the cause de jour of COP27. The post Australia praised for methane reductions, but should be prepared for uncomfortable COP appeared first on RenewEconomy.

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? Good COP, Bad COP

Climate Tech VC

  Maybe it was the offer of warm sun in December, but this year’s COP drew 100K attendees, almost double the size of COP15 in Paris. Climate tech played its biggest role ever at COP this year. The oil & gas COP. This was the COP of the climate and O&G juxtaposition. The greenwashing was unavoidable.

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Dairy Methane Action Alliance: What’s Coming in 2024

EDF + Business

By Vrashabh Kapate Led by food and dairy giants the Bel Group, Danone, General Mills, Kraft Heinz, Lactalis USA, and Nestlé, as well as the Environmental Defense Fund, the Dairy Methane Action Alliance (DMAA) launched at COP28 last week in a COP Presidency event–to great global attention. Now, it’s time for follow-through.

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Observations from Dubai Midway through COP-28

Energy Central

We’re half way through the 28th Conference of the Parties (COP-28) of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) in Dubai, United Arab Emirates (UAE), and so it’s a convenient time to assess developments.

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National Oil Companies’ Oversized and Overlooked Methane Emissions, How Finance and Industry Must Help Now

EDF + Business

The UN climate talks hosted in Dubai this month will shine a bright light on the pivotal role national oil companies, like UAE’s Abu Dhabi National Company (ADNOC), can and ultimately must play in the fight against climate change – particularly the urgent need to reduce methane emissions from the oil and gas supply chain.

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How Japan and other energy importers can spur global methane action

Energy Central

Japan Announced at COP 27, the joint declaration by key natural gas exporters, the United States, Norway and Canada, and importers, the European Union, Japan and Singapore, demonstrates the growing recognition that the supply and demand sides of energy markets must work together to reduce global methane emissions. Methane, the.

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Looking Ahead to COP: Climate Week Takeaways for Food & Agriculture

EDF + Business

With more than 80 times the warming of CO2 in the near term, one of the most potent greenhouse gases is methane–and it’s clear that we’re in the midst of a methane moment. Companies should also support farmers by investing in innovative solutions, particularly to tackle enteric methane.