An unexpected surge in global atmospheric methane is threatening to erase the anticipated gains of the Paris Climate Agreement. This past April NOAA posted preliminary data documenting an historic leap in the global level of atmospheric methane in 2018, underscoring a recent wave of science and data reporting that previously stable global methane levels have unexpectedly surged in recent years.
The scientific community recently responded to the surge into two high profile publications by calling for a reduction in methane emissions from the natural gas system…
It is not clear where this methane is coming from, but most bets are on wetlands that have shifted from being greenhouse gas sinks (or neutral) to being greenhouse gas emitters. Methane is a bad greenhouse gas while it lasts (decades) but eventually changes into CO2 and water. The CO2, of course, stays in the atmosphere for much much longer. So, this is really like CO2 release but with a giant kick in the gut right out of the gate.
The 8.3cm wide high-density brush pad cleans the moss, dirt, and attachments growing on the inner wall of the fish tank. The soft brush removes the dirt and does not damage the cylinder material. The stripe handle increases friction, and the bump stripe design handle increases friction and saves effort when holding the handle.
The threaded connection is firm and reliable, and the connection between the pipe joints is made by screwing, and the connection is firm and durable, and the cleaning of the fish tank is more labor-saving.
No dead angle cleaning | more translucent, simple brush head design, suitable for all angles of cleaning, cleaning the angle between the cylinder wall, more convenient.
It is easy to disassemble and install in sections, multi-section detachable, adjustable in length and various lengths. The combination meets the needs of different aquarium environments.