Conal Campbell

Coal Mine Methane Policy Analyst

Conal works on coal mine methane, which has a bigger impact on climate change than the greenhouse gas emissions from shipping and aviation combined. Ember cooperates on this topic with organisations such as the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe, United Nations Environmental Program and European Union institutions.

Ember’s policy engagement focuses on highlighting the need for action on coal mine methane. This includes analysing how emissions should be monitored, reported and verified, as well as being captured and utilised to mitigate damage to the environment.

Conal lives in Ireland. He studied at Trinity College Dublin, University College London and University College Dublin. He previously lived in Eastern Europe working on international public policy.

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Why the steel industry needs to tackle coal mine methane

Global steelmaking will continue to use coal, even under optimistic decarbonisation scenarios. The sector must address its upstream climate impact.

  • World
  • Coal Mine Methane
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Addressing Indonesia's coal mine methane emissions

Addressing coal mine methane is crucial for Indonesia's climate pledge.

  • Indonesia
  • Asia
  • G20
  • Coal Mine Methane