Skip to main content

Cheap fix to global warming is finally gaining support

Aaron Clark

Countries are starting to get more serious about slashing avoidable methane emissions from fossil fuel production, as the rapidly warming planet forces leaders to double down on solutions that can rein in scorching temperatures within decades.

"This is basically just asking mines to improve the systems they already have in place,'' said Assan. "It's really something that they should already be doing, and it won't necessarily cost much.''