Damn Satellite, Part 2 – Damn Airplane & CH4
- Nov 2, 2021 3:28 pm GMT
“In California, with science under attack... the climate threat still keeps growing,” Brown told delegates at Moscone Convention Center, near the city’s financial district in 2018. “With science still under attack, we’re going to launch our own satellite, our own damn satellite, to figure out where the pollution is.”
Now California and other like-minded organizations have put together a consortium to launch our “damn satellite,” and this includes funding. The program is called Carbon Mapper.
However these satellites will only identify large sources at large-scales, so I decided to drill down to scales where significant sources of one problematic greenhouse gas (GHG), methane (CH4) can be identified.
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