Black Carbon and Climate Change: Exploring the Policy Options for Reducing Emissions from Diesel Fuel Consumption in the United States.

Carver, Liz.


  • Abstract: Black carbon (BC), the main component of soot, is produced by the incomplete combustion of carbon-rich fuels. Over the past decade, it has been recognized as a potent climate warmer, yet to date, BC has not been explicitly targeted through any global, regional, or national climate change policies or regulations. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has taken no formal position ... read more
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