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WHO: Reducing Short-lived Climate Pollutants Can Save Lives

The World Health Organization says millions of premature deaths can be prevented each year by reducing short lived climate pollutants.  A WHO report recommends cutting emissions of black carbon, ozone and methane.  Carbon dioxide is the main greenhouse gas that causes global warming.  But black carbon or soot, and methane and ozone in urban smog, all contribute to climate change and are harmful to health.  The World Health Organization says emissions from...

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