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Sci Tech    H4'ed 10/13/18

Is the Big Insane Ask easier?

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Reduction of BlackCarbon (soot) could have better, near-term effects than CO2 reduction
Reduction of BlackCarbon (soot) could have better, near-term effects than CO2 reduction
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The Next Big Future (NBG) Sceince & Technology blog has come up with a low carbon plan that is vastly cheaper and more effective, especially in the short run, in reducing black carbon, meeting SDGs, improving health. Current proposals are "insanely expensive" & aren't working already. Paris agreement goals are not/cannot be met. It's not enough either, but a much better start.
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