Ben See @ClimateBen Ben See. Literature Teacher informing pupils of the scientific reality of the Ecological Catastrophe & urging action. See also @urgenceclimatiq & @ClimateHound Sep. 08, 2019 1 min read

Atmospheric methane levels are rising at an accelerating rate due to fracking with potentially catastrophic consequences for all life on Earth.


Scientists measured big increases in amount of methane, the powerful global warming gas, entering atmosphere since 2007.

Cows, wetlands = possible sources.

New research: fossil fuel production from shale gas operations in the U.S. & Canada is responsible. 

From May 2019: 

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