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Why We Need to Talk About Short-Lived Pollutants More

They’re an overlooked but critical piece of the climate puzzle.

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Carbon dioxide gets the lion’s share of attention on greenhouse gas emissions.

And deservedly so.

Substances like carbon dioxide are considered long-lived pollutants given the amount of time they lurk in the…

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Danny Schleien

Danny Schleien

Writer, editor, explorer, lifelong learner. Social distancing expert since 1994, big fan of semicolons and Oxford commas. Think green.

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