Methane as greenhouse gas | JRC Technical Report
This report aims to address climate change by focusing on methane (CH4), a greenhouse gas with high global warming potential. Methane is the second most important greenhouse gas in terms of concentration and impact on the climate. This highlights the importance of focusing on processes that are able to lower the methane concentration in the atmosphere, where it is considered a significant contributor to climate change. This can be achieved by (a combination of) emissions avoidance, recovery, mitigation, capture and combustion or use.
This review, in itself, is also significant in terms of scientific process.
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