Sarah Smith testifies before congress on cutting methane pollution
On June 24, 2022, Sarah Uhl Smith testified before Congress in a hearing to review community perspectives on the public health, climate, jobs, and economic benefits of cutting methane pollution from oil and gas infrastructure.
Sarah is Chief of Programs at the Clean Air Task Force (CATF). A member of CATF's senior leadership team, she led the growth of the organization’s methane emissions reduction program, building up a small team into a substantial global operation on four continents.
Sarah testified to "share CATF’s thoughts on how reducing methane emissions from the oil and gas sector can provide crucial climate benefits, as well as help communities that surround oil and gas developments by reducing harmful pollution and creating jobs using technologies that are already mature and available today."
Find a recording of the hearing, and a written copy of Sarah's and other testimonies on the House Select Committee on the Climate Crisis website.