Arctic Climate Issues 2014: Short-Lived Climate Pollutants and the Arctic: What We Know, What We Can Do - Policy-makers Summary.
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This document presents a brief summary of the main findings of the technical reports, which are the basis for the information presented here. In addition, this document contains conclusions drawn by the AMAP Working Group in response to the information presented in the technical reports. These conclusions were developed by the AMAP Working Group, not the scientists who prepared the technical reports.
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