Cutting Climate Pollutant Emissions Can Save Lives, WHO Report Says

VOA News: WHO: Reducing Short-lived Climate Pollutants Can Save Lives
“The World Health Organization says millions of premature deaths can be prevented each year by reducing short lived climate pollutants. A WHO report recommends cutting emissions of black carbon, ozone, and methane…” (Schlein, 10/22).

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