Black carbon second in the heating stakes

The second most important heat-trapping pollutant – after carbon dioxide – is plain old soot, a four-year study shows. As such reducing emissions from diesel engines must be a priority.

Climate Central

No discussion of climate change can get very far without focusing on greenhouse gases – pollutants including carbon dioxide, methane, nitrous oxides and more, which are trapping heat and driving the planet’s temperature upward.


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