(by Tyler Durden | Zero Hedge) – During the COP26 conference in Glasgow on Tuesday, more than 100 countries, including the US, committed to reducing methane emissions by 30% by 2030 – although a handful of major emitters including – of course – China, Russia as well as India did not sign the “global methane pledge”, which was spearheaded by the EU and US. It also doesn’t include Australia, where major plumes of methane from coal mines have been identified. The pledge commits countries to reducing their emissions of methane from agriculture and waste. Still, the US, which helped spearhead the pledge, has helped […]

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