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Chinese-Norwegian Project on Emission, Impact, and Control Policy for Black Carbon and its Co-benefits in Northern China (ChiNorBC) - project description
To meet the Sustainable Development Goals and the ambitions of the Paris Agreement, deep reductions are needed, not only in emissions of CO2 but also in air pollutionreductions are needed, not only in emissions of CO2 but also in air pollution. Air pollution is a major environmental problem, negatively affecting air quality, human health, and crops. Many of the main air pollutants also play an important role in shaping the climate, locally and globally. China is currently a major source of air pollutants, but the magnitude of emissions is still highly uncertain, and emissions are now changing rapidly. Through the ChiNorBC project, scientists from Norway and China work to improve the knowledge about emissions, climate and health impacts, and potential for further control of black carbon and other emissions in China.
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Marit Låg, Avdeling for miljø og helse, Norwegian Institute of Public Health