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The World Biogas Association meets the UNFCCC secretary in Bonn to emphasise the role of biogas in reducing greenhouse gas emissions

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On 18 February, the World Biogas Association met the secretary of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) to talk about the implementation of the “Biogas and Climate Change Commitment Declaration” presented at COP25 in December. This declaration, signed by eleven countries, highlights the role that biogas may play exploiting its potential to ...

On 18 February, the World Biogas Association met the secretary of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) to talk about the implementation of the “Biogas and Climate Change Commitment Declaration” presented at COP25 in December. This declaration, signed by eleven countries, highlights the role that biogas may play exploiting its potential to the fullest. This sector may help reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 12% by 2030. WBA President, David Newman, and Chief Executive, Charlotte Morton, arrived at the UNFCCC in Bonn on a biomethane-fuelled Audi Q5 driven by Harmen Dekker of DMT Environmental Technology and were welcomed by Niclas Svenningsen of the United Nations.

Take a look at how they spent the day in this video!

Read WBA’s press release HERE

 

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