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Air & Climate Gothenburg 2009: Intermediate climate policies

The Swedish EPA invited leading experts and researchers, senior administrators and negotiators, international organisations and industry to an international workshop to discuss air-pollution policies and establish how far they are capable of contributing to a rapid impact on climate change. The aim was to provide input into international policy processes with respect to both air pollution and climate change. With final conclusions, recommendations and presentations, including "Climate benefits and disbenefits of air pollution", "Health effects from air pollution in a changing climate", "Sector control policies - energy, transport, agriculture, and consumer behavior" and "Which international platform? Linking air pollution control to climate change"; and also with full reports and summaries of working group sessions.(Original source:ā€¦)

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