March 2015, Vol. 242, No. 3

Features

Methane: A Poster Child For Voluntary Progress

EPA Administrator Gina McCarthy calls our nation’s natural gas abundance “a game-changer in our ability to really move forward with pollution reductions.” She’s right. Expanding natural gas use for power generation is the primary reason the U.S. has reduced carbon emissions more than any other country over the past eight years and driven sulfur dioxide and smog-forming NOx emissions down by more than two-thirds over the past two decades. Some have expressed concern that increasing use of natural gas could drive up methane emissions. But here, too, the news is good. From 2006 (before the shale revolution) to 2012, industry has added thousands of natural gas wells, pr

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