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WEMU interviews Asst. Prof. Kort on methane pipeline leakage

Methane pipeline leakage could have a potentially much larger effect on global warming than carbon dioxide. | Short Read

Asst. Prof. Eric Kort was recently interviewed for WEMU’s The Green Room  program. The show was the fifth in a series on the pipelines that run under our feet, and their potential impact on our lives. Prof. Kort talked about methane pipeline leakage, which often occurs during natural gas production and pipeline transport, and could have a potentially much larger effect on global warming than carbon dioxide.

Listen to the full program here: http://www.wemu.org/post/green-room-pipelines-part-5
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9 min. 22 sec.)

The Green Room radio program, with host Barbara Lucas, is a collaboration between the WEMU News Department and the Washtenaw County Environmental Health Division.

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U-Michigan, Ford open world-class robotics complex

The facility will accelerate the future of advanced and more equitable robotics and mobility | Medium Read