Several organizations launch satellites designed to accurately identify the greenhouse gas emission points on the planet. Some of these \ As EDF Senior Vice President Mark Braunstein noted, thanks to space technology, it is possible to quickly and cheaply measure greenhouse gas emissions. Often, neither industry nor governments understand the full extent of the problem and the possibilities for reducing it. New data will help them in taking action. So, in 2 years, the Environmental Protection Fund will launch the MethaneSAT satellite, specializing only in methane emissions. The launch of the facility will be inexpensive and fast. He will follow the emissions extremely accurately. GHGSat is another satellite preparing to launch literally in the coming months. He should examine hydro and thermal power plants, oil and gas facilities, landfills, coal mines, natural sources, as well as livestock feeding sites. Laura Cozzi, head of the International Agency for the Energy Model, believes that oil and gas corporations can reduce methane emissions by 40–50%. No additional investment! It’s the same as if two thirds of the coal stations were closed in Asia. In her opinion, the matter is only about persistence on the part of investors. The satellites will allow precise monitoring of everything that is happening, and accordingly respond. By identifying unauthorized emissions of gases affecting global warming or methane leakage, they can be quickly eliminated.