The greenhouse gas methane is invisible to the human eye, so easy to ignore. But by highlighting its local impacts on human health, researchers at Harvard University hope to score a win for both people and the planet.
At a workshop hosted by Harvard, leaders of the global effort to track methane emissions with satellite technology discussed how to coordinate their technical approaches and other opportunities for collaboration.
This month, members of the Climate Research Cluster on Adaptation in the Gulf of Guinea held meetings with colleagues at the University of Lagos in Nigeria. Read more about the meeting on the University of Lagos website.