EGBCM Summary of Progress and Recommendations
Expert Group on Black Carbon and Methane (EGBCM)
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To slow the pace of warming over the next two to three decades, both globally and in the Arctic, countries must reduce emissions of powerful short-lived climate pollutants (SLCPs) such as black carbon and methane as an essential complement to reductions of carbon dioxide and other long-lived greenhouse gas emissions.
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EGBCM Chair (Arctic Council Secretariat, 2016-09-05)Preliminary recommendations, developed by the Arctic Council Expert Group on Black Carbon and Methane.
Expert Group on Black Carbon and Methane (EGBCM) (Arctic Council Secretariat, 2017-05-11)Prompted by the climate impacts of black carbon and methane emissions, in April 2015 the Ministers of the Arctic Council adopted a framework titled "Enhanced Black Carbon and Methane Emissions Reductions: An Arctic Council ...
Expert Group on Black Carbon and Methane (EGBCM) (Arctic Council Secretariat, 2019-05)Black carbon and methane are air pollutants and short-lived climate pollutants. Exposure to fine particulate matter, including black carbon, has long been linked to premature deaths and a variety of other public health ...