Rob Jackson

professor of the Earth System Science department at Stanford University

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Gas stoves are in nearly 40 million U.S. homes, and they together emit 500,000 cars’ worth of methane per year, according to a new study.

Gas stoves may be top source of methane emissions: New study

Gas stoves are in nearly 40 million U.S. homes, and they together emit 500,000 cars’ worth of methane per year, according to a new study.

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