Global Methane Initiative

Founding Year: 2004



Helen Ryan (Co-Chair)

The Global Methane Initiative is a “multilateral partnership that provides technical support in order to advance cost-effective, near-term methane abatement, recovery, and use projects.” It “exchanges information and technical resources” with its “45 Partner Countries, over 500 Project Network members, and other international organizations focused on methane recovery and use” with the aim of advancing methane mitigation.



Global Methane Initiative contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals

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