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Figures from "A large increase in U.S. methane emissions over the past decade inferred from satellite data and surface observations"

Figures from a recently published paper in Geophysical Research Letters by researchers from Harvard, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Netherlands Institute for Space Research, Utrecht. The article discusses findings that suggest methane emissions in the US increased by 30% between 2002 and 2014.

Next System - Whole Systems Change

This paper by Riane Eisler is one of many proposals for a systemic alternative being published at the Next System Project.

These papers have been commissioned to facilitate an informed and comprehensive discussion of new systems, and utilize a comparative framework which provides a basis for evaluating system proposals according to a common set of criteria.

Next System - Social Democracy

This paper by Lane Kenworthy is one of many proposals for a systemic alternative being published at the Next System Project.

These papers have been commissioned to facilitate an informed and comprehensive discussion of new systems, and utilize a comparative framework which provides a basis for evaluating system proposals according to a common set of criteria.

Next System - Economic Democracy

This paper by David Schweickart is one of many proposals for a systemic alternative being published at the Next System Project.

These papers have been commissioned to facilitate an informed and comprehensive discussion of new systems, and utilize a comparative framework which provides a basis for evaluating system proposals according to a common set of criteria.

Next System - Participatory Economics

This paper by Robin Hahnel, is one of many proposals for a systemic alternative being published at the Next System Project.

These papers have been commissioned to facilitate an informed and comprehensive discussion of new systems, and utilize a comparative framework which provides a basis for evaluating system proposals according to a common set of criteria.