At this online “Climate Action Party,” Jim Walsh of Food and Water Watch will join Robert Howarth of Cornell University to unpack the hype, exploring possible benefits and harms of the ways hydrogen is being proposed as a climate “solution.” And to outline the ways methane poses a serious threat to the planet.
Event host Climate Action Now operates an app that makes it quick and easy for users to contact political and business leaders with messages urging them to take actions for the climate.
During this “Climate Action Party,” participants will be able to use the app to send hundreds of letters to political and business leaders demanding sensible solutions to the methane problem and policies for scaling up green hydrogen.
Tuesday, January 24, 4 – 5 PM
online. More info/register here
And here’s a new report on methane — why it’s so bad, where it comes from, and “cost-effective strategies” for reducing it.