Some previous studies have shown that reducing soot and methane emissions does not reduce global warming, according to a new study released Monday by the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS). “Controlling or reducing soot and methane emissions will contribute to the climate, but not as previously thought,” said research author Steve · Smith, Department of Climate and Energy, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNL). Researchers suggest, rather than focus on reducing the level of greenhouse gas emissions.
“If we want a stable climate system, we need to focus on greenhouse gases such as carbon dioxide, nitrous oxide and methane,” Smith said. “The concentration of individual soot and methane is unlikely to provide too many shortcuts. ”
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