Joe von Fischer in the News: Environmental Defense Fund and Google Earth project on mapping methane!

Posted: July 17th, 2014

von fischer_275(2)Our own Joe von Fischer has found fame in finding methane!  A broader description of the project is published online at CSU Today: http://www.today.colostate.edu/story.aspx?id=10267
 
The EDF put together a really nice web page describing the project:  http://www.edf.org/climate/methanemaps
 
The story was picked up broadly and already appeared in the Washington Post, Bloomberg, and Scientific American.  Some other places include:

NATIONAL

Reuters: Google’s Street View takes on America’s gas leaks

 Fortune: Google unveils maps to track natural gas leaks below city streets

 New Scientist: Google Streetview cars sniff out gas leaks in cities

 Boston Globe: Thousands of gas leaks in Boston area, study finds

 Newsweek: Google Street View Cars Want to Scan Your City for Gas Leaks

 Salon: Google Street View can now show you if you live near a natural gas leak

Fast Company: Google Street View Cars Are Sniffing Out Climate-Destroying Methane As They Drive

 TECH MEDIA

Engadget: Google Street View cars have mapped methane gas leaks in big US cities

 Gizmodo: Google Street View Cars Find Hundreds of Gas Leaks in Cities

 GreenTech Media: EDF and Google Street View Join Forces to Find and Map Natural Gas Leaks

 Slash Gear: See Google Maps show natural gas leaks around your city

 Geeks World: EDF & Google Street View Map Methane Gas Leaks

 POLICY/ENERGY TRADES

The Hill: Google project maps natural gas leaks under city streets

 Fuel Fix: Google project spotlights pipeline leaks under city streets

Natural Gas Intelligence: EDF, Google Map Underground NatGas Leaks in Boston, Indianapolis, NYC