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Carbon Mapper has released its new Data Portal featuring methane point source data from 2016—2021airborne surveys.
Bloomberg Philanthropies Commits $25M to Accelerate Satellite and Airborne Methane Sensing Technologies to Turbocharge Fight Against Climate Change
New funding advances efforts to help tackle potent methane emissions with powerful, advanced emissions data in support of the newly signed Global Methane Pledge.
A new study published today in Environmental Science and Technology (ES&T), describes analysis led by Carbon Mapper Carbon Project Scientist Dan Cusworth, identified 1,100 high emission point sources of methane in the Permian oil and gas basin, at least half of...
The Washington Post: Cracking down on methane ‘ultra-emitters’ is a quick way to combat climate change
Latest study underscores how satellites are exposing emissions sources around the globe.
Huge plumes of methane have been mapped globally for the first time from oil and gas fields using satellites.
New research shows a limited number of facilities are responsible for a significant amount of U.S. emissions.
Since Carbon Mapper launched a pioneering public/private coalition one year ago, we’re helped improve the understanding of, and accelerate reductions in, global methane and CO2 emissions.
December 13—17, 2021 the Carbon Mapper team and partners will gather with fellow Earth and space scientists at the American Geophysical Union (AGU) Fall Meeting. The meeting is considered the most influential event dedicated to the advancement for Earth and space...
Introduction:This is our first Carbon Mapper Data Dispatch, a regular communication highlighting insights and information from Carbon Mapper Data Portal. We believe transparency is critical in the global fight against climate change. That’s why Carbon Mapper is...