CLIMATE SPECTATOR: Another way to slow climate change?

A new study claims to have found a way to reduce near-term global warming by addressing non-CO2 global warming agents – and without endless UN negotiations.

Let’s face it – the prospects for containing global climate change by slashing emissions of greenhouse gases, such as carbon dioxide, are looking rather bleak these days. International treaty talks are proceeding at a snail’s pace, and after dipping during the global recession, emissions of carbon dioxide (CO2) – the most important greenhouse gas – from the energy sector climbed to record levels last year, and studies show that the effects of climate change, such as sea level rise, are now expected to be much worse than previously thought.

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