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.