Advancing Methane Regulations: Implications of New Remote Sensing Technologies for Global Methane Controls
Hosted by: Emmett Institute on Climate Change and the Environment, UCLA School of Law
Cutting methane emissions presents a unique opportunity to limit near-term climate impacts. Rapid advances in methane monitoring technologies provide new tools to understand the scale and sources of methane emissions. This panel will discuss the implications for law and policy of these technologies and explore the work being done on this issue by California and other jurisdictions, along with open questions, challenges, and opportunities for further advances in jurisdictions around the globe.
- Edward (Ted) Parson; Dan and Rae Emmett Professor of Environmental Law. Faculty Director, Emmett Institute on Climate Change and the Environment, UCLA School of Law
- Kenzie Huffman, Director of Strategy and Partnerships, Carbon Mapper
- Carolina Urmeneta, Program Director - Waste and Circular Economy, Regional Lead Americas, Global Methane Hub NGO
- Susana Pagola, Environmental Legal Advisor to the Argentinean Senate
- Liane M. Randolph, Chair, California Air Resources Board