White House Releases 150 Data Sets to Fight Climate Change

The second was a project led by Carnegie Mellon University Professor Randy Sargent, who has used imagery from the NASA’s VIIRS Satellite to create mapping animations of fires and flaring due to oil and gas — hydraulic fracturing a major contributor in the U.S. Third, Lieber pointed to a 2015 pilot study that harnesses Google’s fleet of Google Street View cars to measure methane emissions and natural gas leaks in select U.S. cities.