IEA advises investing in facilities to reduce the potent greenhouse gas. The U.S. government is already funding such programs.
The large metal-domed plants are popping up around the French countryside.
Methane leaks are notoriously hard to measure, but a new study indicates that specific regulations can go far in reducing emissions.
The EPA has proposed new limits on methane emissions from oil and natural gas facilities, which already leak more than the agency estimates.
Environmental groups argue that the oil-and-gas industry emits nearly twice as much of the greenhouse gas as the agency reports.
More farmers are turning to machinery that siphons off greenhouse gas and channels it into the natural gas supply.
EPA justifies its rollback of methane emission regulations for the oil and gas industry.
A Trump administration proposal to roll back Obama-era rules to limit methane emissions is likely to face multiple legal challenges.
With little time left in his presidency, Obama seems on a tear on climate deals.