Only 7 Months Until the Global Methane Forum!

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Hopefully by now you have heard GMI is hosting the Global Methane Forum (GMF) with our partner, the Climate and Clean Air Coalition (CCAC). Your Washington, D.C.-based Administrative Support Group is pretty excited about it, so here are the details:

WHAT: The GMF seeks to be the foremost international event focused on methane mitigation, recovery, and use in the oil & gas, coal mines, and biogas (municipal solid waste, municipal wastewater, and agriculture [manure management]) sectors. In addition to technical sessions devoted to the aforementioned sectors, the GMF will offer high-level plenary sessions on cross-cutting issues such as project financing, joint GMI-CCAC discussions on projects and policy, and ample opportunities for networking with methane experts in the public and private sectors from around the world.

WHY: To bring together the key public- and private-sector players that are seeking solutions to this harmful pollutant. Additionally, to launch the next phase of GMI.

WHO: Anyone with an interest in methane mitigation – global public-sector policymakers, GMI and CCAC delegates, private-sector project developers, NGOs, technical experts, etc.

WHEN: A 2 to 3-day event during the week of 28 March 2016. The CCAC Working Group Meeting (2 days) will follow the GMF.

WHERE: Washington, D.C., USA at Georgetown University. See here for info on making a reservation. With any luck, the cherry blossoms will have begun to bloom.

So put the date on your calendar and circle it! We will provide updates in this space and on the GMI website periodically.

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