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Consequences of Delayed Mitigation

Year: 2014 Author: GRID-Arendal
The delayed implementation of the SLCP control measures presented in the Time to Act publication could have negative consequences on temperature rise. Due to the relatively short lifetimes of SLCPs climate benefits could be achieved quickly after mitigation of emissions.
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