Carleton-led research on flaring part gets share of $22M in federal grants
October 20, 2016
You can’t regulate, reduce or reward what you can’t even measure.
So FlareNet, led by a Carleton University professor, is finding new ways of quantifying flare-generated pollution in the oil and gas sector. It’s one of four research networks across Canada getting $22 million in federal funding announced Wednesday. The research, led by Matthew Johnson, aligns with the goal of “tackling climate change with real world solutions,” said federal Science Minister Kirsty Duncan…More