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Near-term climate protection and clean air benefits: Actions for controlling short-lived climate forcers

By J.C.I. Kuylenstierna, M.C. Zucca, M. Amann, B. Cardenas, B. Chambers, Z. Klimont, K. Hicks, R. Mills, L. Molina, F. Murray, P. Pearson, S. Sethi, D. Shindell, Y. Sokona, S. Terry, H. Vallack, R. Van Dingenen, M. Williams, C. Wilson and E. Zusman


This report addresses the mitigation of short-lived climate forcers (SLCFs) and its key role in air pollution reduction, climate protection and sustainable development

Publisher: United Nations Environment Programme
Year: 2011
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