Published 2011-09-01 by Science for Peace in Climate change articles
Gross neglect and regulatory inaction continues regarding the fact that “reducing soot emissions from diesel engines and other sources could slow melting of sea ice in the Arctic faster and more economically than any other quick fix”. The researcher suggests that “controlling soot could reduce warming above parts of the Arctic Circle by almost 3 degrees Fahrenheit within 15 years”.
Source: Science Daily / American Chemical Society
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