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Tracking carbon dioxide emissions from space could help support climate agreements

Adjunct Professor and ECCC Research Scientist Ray Nassar has written an article for “The Conversation” in which he provides insights about how tracking carbon dioxide emissions from space can support climate agreements.
Ray Nassar

Carbon dioxide (CO2) is the primary greenhouse gas driving climate change. In a recent study, Dr. Nassar showed that satellite observations can track changes in CO2 emissions from individual power plants.  This approach, along with new and more powerful satellites, can be used to verify reported greenhouse gas emissions and emissions reductions.

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