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A new study shows what nine different world regions have contributed to climate change since 1900, and what will happen moving forward — ScienceDaily

The science is clear that human activities over the last century have contributed to greenhouse-like warming of the Earth’s surface. Much of the global conversation around climate change fixates on what individual countries or regions are contributing to the problem, and what they will do (or not do) to reverse the tide. But Colorado State […]

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Reduction of transport emissions in emerging economies would have positive impacts on health and climate — ScienceDaily

Soot from road traffic in emerging countries can reach high altitudes, where it can be transported over long distances and thus contributes to global warming. This is the conclusion of a study performed by an international team of researchers in the Bolivian cities of La Paz (the seat of government), El Alto and the neighboring […]

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Atmospheric aerosol formation from biogenic vapors is strongly affected by air pollutants — ScienceDaily

The formation of new aerosol particles is a complicated process. Researchers have only recently started to understand this process on a molecular level after instruments able to detect nanometer-scale particles became available. The human population has altered the composition of atmospheric gas in several ways. Sulfur dioxide from industrial emissions, nitrogen oxides from traffic, and […]

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Study in mice first to suggest pollution’s dangers can be passed on — ScienceDaily

A parent’s exposure to dirty air before conception might spell heart trouble for the next generation, a new animal study suggests. Wondering about the possible health risks for children of people routinely exposed to highly polluted air, including soldiers and residents of some of the world’s largest cities, researchers from The Ohio State University studied […]

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