Science Policy Dialogue: Methane and the CACC's role in catalysing 2030 mitigation ambition

Members of the CCAC's Scientific Advisory Panel consider the role of methane as a key emission causing near-term climate change and as a precursor for tropospheric ozone formation, causing signification impacts on human health and ecosystems.

The CCAC's Science Policy Dialogue on methane mitigation will be held on Monday, June 22, 2020.

This video provides background information for participants attending the event.

 

Background information for participants

Methane and the CCAC's role in catalysing 2030 mitigation ambition

Methane and the CCAC's role in catalysing 2030 mitigation ambition
Video: Members of the CCAC Scientific Advisory Panel explain the significant climate change and health benefits of methane migitation, and what can be achieved by 2030.

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