COP28: Philanthropies invest $450m to tackle methane

By Valerie Volcovici
Updated December 2 2023 - 5:45pm, first published 5:42pm
Methane is emitted from sources such as oil and gas production, agriculture, landfill and food waste (AP PHOTO)
Methane is emitted from sources such as oil and gas production, agriculture, landfill and food waste (AP PHOTO)

Almost a dozen deep-pocketed philanthropies will invest $US450 million ($A675 million) across the next three years to help countries launch national actions to tackle methane, the second-most prominent greenhouse gas, which has become a new focus of global climate negotiations.

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