Methane is the powerful greenhouse gas that’s not being talked about enough.
Invisible to the eye, it has 84 times the global warming potential of carbon dioxide, over 20 years.
To understand what’s happening and tackle emissions, we first need to see it.
Easy to use interactive map lets you see concentrations of methane in the atmosphere, anywhere in the world, in the past 6 months.
PULSE combines data from national space agencies with information from our own high-resolution satellites.
Updated weekly, PULSE is a unique public resource aimed at raising awareness of this important greenhouse gas.