A Key to Rapid Methane Reduction: Keeping Organic Waste from Landfills
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Waste is the third largest source of methane emissions, a greenhouse gas over 80 times as potent as CO2. Most waste sector methane emissions come from landfilling organic waste. This paper discusses how diverting organic waste from landfill is one of the fastest and most affordable ways to lower methane emissions.
Methane Matters: Towards a Global Methane Agreement
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To keep warming below 1.5 degrees Celsius, methane emissions must be cut by 45% this decade. Read more about how emissions can be cut in the three top emitting sectors: energy, agriculture, and waste .
We are excited to share with you GAIA's Shared-Tools Program!
WHAT IS THE SHARED-TOOLS PROGRAM? As GAIA members, you have the opportunity to access several paid accounts of online tools that you can utilize for your campaigns. These online tools include Zoom accounts (both for meetings and webinars), Canva, Mentimeter, and Streamyard.
HOW TO AVAIL:
Zoom (in the meantime, reach out to Trish)
Registration link to access Canva, Streamyard, Mentimeter (please reach out to Trish)
Please wait for the confirmation email that includes the login details.
Thank you for your cooperation!
If you need training on any of these tools, please reach out to Trish Parras [firstname.lastname@example.org]
Join our Southeast Asia Biodiversity Media Bootcamp where we bring together journalists, civil society organizations’ communications practitioners, and communications students to achieve the common good: communicating biodiversity conservation within the context […]