Progress Report and Recommendations for Ministers.
Arctic Council Task Force on Short-Lived Climate Forcers
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Final draft of the Arctic Council Task Force on Short-Lived Climate Forcers's Progress Report and Recommendations for Ministers, submitted to the Arctic Council's 7th Ministerial Meeting in Nuuk, Greenland, May 12 2011.
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