Methane is one of the most destructive global warming causing greenhouse gases. By some estimates it is 34 times more harmful to our climate than carbon dioxide. The explosion in Harlem last week is a tragic reminder of just how common it is for natural gas (methane) to leak from pipelines. Methane seeps from wells while it is being extracted. It also leaks from the sea floor due to global warming which is causing ice and permafrost to melt in the Arctic.
Video – Methane is the Ticking Time Bomb Beneath the Ice
Radiative Forcing: Carbon Dioxide and Methane
Natural Gas (Methane) is Not Clean Energy
A Primer on Greenhouse Gases
Video – Massive Costs Associated with Arctic Methane
Video – Unlocking Methane in the Permafrost is a Global Warming Time Bomb
The Race to Exploit the Arctic’s Resources Ignores the Costs
More Evidence that Arctic Warming is an Economic and Ecological Time Bomb
Why the Fate of the Arctic Should be of Concern to Us All
The Dramatic Implications of Melting Arctic Sea Ice
Melting Arctic Ice is Releasing Massive Amounts of Methane
Video – Arctic Warming: Risks for Methane Emissions
Environmental Tipping Points
Bill McKibben: Global Warming’s Terrifying New Math
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