Costs and global impacts of black carbon abatement strategies

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  title={Costs and global impacts of black carbon abatement strategies},
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  year={2009}
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  • Published 2009
Abatement of particulate matter has traditionally been driven by health concerns rather than its role in global warming. Here we assess future abatement strategies in terms of how much they reduce the climate impact of black carbon (BC) and organic carbon (OC) from contained combustion. We develop global scenarios which take into account regional differences in climate impact, costs of abatement and ability to pay, as well as both the direct and indirect (snow-albedo) climate impact of BC and… CONTINUE READING

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