Greenhouse gas emissions and source distribution information is, in general, readily available across the developed world. A different picture, however, emerges from developing countries; for example there exists no long-term high frequency greenhouse gas observing station on the entire African continent. Graduate Student and Rwandan native Jimmy Gasore and Research Scientist Kat Potter are working to establish Africa’s first climate observatory. In this video, they talk with MIT’s Earth, Atmospheric and Planetary Sciences (EAPS) group about the project.
Getting Africa on the Climate Change Grid
Dec 29, 2014