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Methane (CH4)

Year: 2014 Author: GRID-Arendal
Approximately 60% of methane is emitted from human activities. Methane is one of the most significant drivers of climate change, as well as the main precursor of tropospheric ozone, a powerful greenhouse gas and air pollutant. Ozone has been estimated to cause around 150,000 deaths annually worldwide and affects the health of many more.
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