The popular program will look into emerging tools that are helping scientists understand our changing climate.
MIAMI (PRWEB) MARCH 12, 2020
One of Hollywood’s most talented stars, Laurence Fishburne (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Laurence_Fishburne) is the host of the educational show “Behind The Scenes” with Laurence Fishburne. The program explores a wide array of subjects from advances in education to developments in technology. A new episode to be aired will take a look into recently developed technology that will allow scientists to track climate changes accurately.
The oil and gas industry produces a large amount of methane that is contributing to climate change. Reducing these emissions is one of the quickest and most cost-effective ways to slow down global warming. Until recently, there was no way to measure the amount of methane coming from oil and gas usage. New developments in technology are providing ways to measure methane emissions.
One of the new developments will allow researchers to track emissions from space. Soon, a satellite will continuously and precisely measure and map methane emissions nearly anywhere on the globe. This technology will make it possible to see the gas emissions in locations where they are currently difficult to track. The goal of this project is to help citizens and companies in multiple countries to identify reduction opportunities and measure progress over time.
Climate change is a serious threat to the health of the planet, but it does not have to remain to be. With the aid of technology, humanity can help prevent future damage. The upcoming episode of “Behind The Scenes” will provide additional insight into the emerging technologies aiding in the close observation of climate change.
The educational public TV program “Behind The Scenes” with Laurence Fishburne is carefully given inspection before broadcast. “Behind The Scenes” has accepted several awards for its undertakings.
The upcoming episode of “Behind The Scenes” will provide additional insight into the emerging technologies aiding in the close observation of climate change.
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