A new space race: satellites could test the world’s climate vows

December 11, 2015, by Molly White

Greenhouse Gas Management Institute quoted December 10th, 2015 in Reuters article:

“The real success of a deal here fundamentally revolves around whether we can see emissions and their removals,” said John-O Niles, director of the U.S.-based Carbon Institute.

Michael Gillenwater, of the not-for-profit Greenhouse Gas Management Institute, said [ground] monitoring was better suited than satellites to pinpointing the source of emissions. “We need to know where emissions are coming from – which factory, what process,” he said.

Read the full article at Reuters.


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