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.
This document is the Summary Report prepared by the inaugural Expert Group for consideration by Arctic Ministers at the 2017 Arctic Council Ministerial. In developing recommendations for this first Summary Report, the Expert Group sought to identify a focused list of priority actions, rather than a comprehensive catalogue of options.
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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.
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