The State of Methane Regulation: A Global Survey

Controlling methane emissions is an urgent goal of governments around the world, but some jurisdictions are farther along than others.

This policy brief is a global survey of existing and proposed regulatory approaches to controlling anthropogenic methane emissions from the highest-emitting sources. The brief was written by Gabriel Greif, Emmett/Frankel Fellow of Environmental Law. 

This survey was created to help inform a convening at UCLA in October 2023 of experts in science, technology, law, and policy as part of the Emmett Institute's Advancing Methane Regulation Project. The project's goal is to help guide policymakers as they develop regulations to hunt and halt super-polluting methane. 

Read the Brief. 

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