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Are China's Pollution Reduction Efforts Warming the Rest of the Planet?

News   Sep 30, 2020 | Original story from Carnegie Institution for Science

 
Are China's Pollution Reduction Efforts Warming the Rest of the Planet?

The researchers' models indicate that China's efforts to combat aerosol pollution between 2006 and 2017 resulted in modest local warming and more widespread warming throughout the northern latitudes. Credit: Yixuan Zheng, Ken Caldeira, Dan Tong,Steven Davis, and Qiang Zhang.

 
 
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