WBA at COP26: Using biowaste as fuel, a climate saviour?


With COP26 in its second and final week, a lot has been said about the potential for alternative energy sources and supporting a clean energy transition. One such alternative will be presented by the World Biogas Association (WBA) at the event.

The WBA will be exploring how anaerobic digestion (AD) can help reduce methane emissions and fulfil the Global Methane Pledge (GMP), a collective commitment signed by international Governments to help decrease the amount of methane emitted into the atmosphere.

At its COP26 Blue Zone event, the organisation will showcase the value of AD in reducing global methane emissions, a greenhouse gas (GHG) that is 86 times more potent than carbon dioxide (CO2) in the first 20 years after release into the atmosphere.

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