Host Daniel Raimi talks with Arvind Ravikumar, assistant professor of Energy Engineering at Harrisburg University of Science and Technology. They discuss methane’s impact on climate change, new technologies used to measure methane emissions, and what governments are doing to encourage the deployment of these new technologies. Plus, Arvind will give an update on how climate change is affecting the annual Iditarod race in Alaska.
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References and recommendations made during the podcast:
- "Three Considerations for Modeling Natural Gas System Methane Emissions in Life Cycle Assessment" by Emily A. Grubert and Adam R. Brandt
- "The Mush in the Iditarod May Soon Be Melted Snow" by John Branch, New York Times
- "Burp by Burp, Fighting Emissions from Cows" by Maya Wei-Haas, National Geographic