Tell us how you’re reducing methane emissions! Join the Global Methane Initiative’s Global Methane Challenge and showcase your leadership in methane mitigation.

The Global Methane Challenge is an international campaign to catalyze ambitious action around the world to reduce methane emissions and highlight policies and technologies being used to recover and use methane. The Global Methane Challenge is open to all public- and private-sector organizations interested in showcasing their actions to address methane emissions.

Global Leaders in Methane Mitigation

Why methane?
  • Methane is a powerful greenhouse gas, and emissions are on the rise
  • Methane is a short-lived climate pollutant, so reductions made now can have significant short-term benefits
  • Cost-effective technologies to capture and use methane are widely available today

Since 2019, more than 70 organizations joined the Global Methane Challenge, highlighting their significant contributions around the world to reduce methane emissions and inspiring others to take action. Participants from the public and private sectors, working across more than 23 countries, shared their stories of methane reduction policies, technologies, projects and research in the biogas, oil and gas, and coal mine sectors.

Recognizing Challenge Participants

This video features an overview of the Challenge and highlights several stories. A full list of Challenge participants is presented at the end of the video.

Tell Your Story

Get featured on the Challenge website by reaching out with your story. Please see the Actions Showcase for examples of how your story will be featured and the types of information that will be requested in the form.

All Challenge participants are recognized for their leadership on methane mitigation and featured on this website, on the GMI website, in emails and via social media.

If you're looking for some great ways to start building your Methane Challenge story, check out our ideas section below.


Here are some ideas for how you can participate:

  • Monitor methane emissions and create emissions inventories.

  • Develop action plans for reducing emissions in one or more sectors.

  • Provide technical or financial support to a methane mitigation project.

  • Educate the public about methane emissions and abatement opportunities.

  • Showcase a methane mitigation project or technology.

For additional ideas for specific sectors, click here . You can also download the GMC Fact Sheet in English | en Español | En français

For more information on the Challenge, check out the Challenge overview video .


Who can participate?

The Global Methane Challenge (GMC) is open to public- and private-sector organizations who are committed to reducing methane across the globe. Governmental and non-governmental organizations, research and educational institutions, private companies, public utilities, and any organization or group that is interested in making a commitment to reduce methane are welcome to participate.

What type of information should I submit?

The Global Methane Challenge was launched to help all public- and private-sector organizations showcase their specific actions to reduce methane throughout the year. In order to share your success story, please send us a case study or a description of the particular action or commitment you are taking, technical information about how you measure success of your efforts, as well as graphics, illustrations, or photographs that help bring your action to life. Please note that featuring GMC projects does not imply endorsement by the Global Methane Initiative (GMI).

How else can I help?

Get the word out! If you belong to an agency or organization, share information about the GMC with other organization members. Follow the GMI on social media, and “Like” or “Share” GMC submissions with your organization’s members or followers. Become a member of the Project Network, and add a link to your website or email signature with the Project Network Member logo .

Other Questions?

Feel free to email any GMI- or GMC-related questions to asg@globalmethane.org.