METHANE – It’s not only about cows!
This Zoom online discussion is about the second biggest contributor to global warming behind carbon dioxide.
Guest speakers include SECA members Danny Lee (Petersfield Climate Action Network) and Emily Mott (Weald Action Group) as well as James Turitto (Clean Air Task Force) and maybe others. The session will be facilitated by Jill Sutcliffe.
Reducing methane emissions is a vital element in combatting climate change. Methane is much more potent than carbon dioxide at warming the atmosphere but also shorter lived. Since it only lasts in the atmosphere for around a decade, a lasting change in emissions by itself creates a permanent positive impact.
As well as the importance of methane to the climate crisis, our speakers will be discussing its sources and whether we can turn a problem into a solution by repurposing methane as a usable energy source. They will walk us through onshore oil and gas regulations, and focus on the battle to reduce emissions from offshore production.
There will be an Q&A interactive session with the speakers for the curious to dig deeper.
Limited places, so register your interest while slots last! Register at https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/seca-knowledge-sharing-on-methane-tickets-287634702137
This event is organised by the South East Climate Alliance.