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Review of the use of biochar in climate change mitigation strategies
Change in catalytic converters in car fleets leads to lower carbon emissions
Greenhouse gas emissions from countries based on supply and demand of raw materials
Replacement chemicals that have less greenhouse gas effect
Biodiversity losses due to GHG and consumption patterns according to wealth
Swine manure release of ammonia and GHGs and management
Electric cars and electricity demands to charge them up and GHGs
Accounting for carbon release by country and lack of data
Carbon black release and climate forcing
CO2 emissions from glass, steel and cement makers
China switch from coal to shale gas but methane release may increase
Olivine weathering and alkaline seas as CO2 capture
Secondary organic aerosols formation and climate
Food production and GHG release and carbon capture of forests
Freshwater production using electricity and GHG emissions
CO2 emissions from freight transportation
Methane emission from thermafrost areas
Methane release from gas-fueled vehicles
Lability of arctic soil organic matter with global warming and carbon release
Methane emissions from gas flares
Beef cattle and GHG
Aircraft emit GHGs and carbon black, a climate change forcer
GHG emissions and water demands for biofuel production in Brazil versus USA
Electricity production in emerging economies - low carbon strategies
GHG emissions from global tobacco and cigarette production
Permafrost melting and release of GHG nitrous oxide (N2O)
Reassessing food delivery, use and waste and cities in improving GHG emissions in food production
Mitigation strategies to reduce methane emissions globally
Air pollution and climate change are potential drivers for the increasing burden of allergic diseases
Optimizing emissions reductions from the U.S. power sector for climate and health benefits
Extreme heat events due to climate change and human health impacts
Food-miles and the relative climate impacts of food choice in the united states
Increased alagal blooms from increase release of nutrients due to wetter conditions and increased temperatures
Sea level rise leads to release of arsenic from coastal soils into water
Biogeochemical cycling and increasing temperatures
Release of mercury from thermafrost thaw
Release of alkalinity from increased snow melt helps sequester CO2
Increased nitrification due to increased temperatures and ecological effects
Increased release of POPs through increased warming
Increased rainfall and rock weathering due to climate change is reversing the effects of acid raid in natural waters
Global climate change influences the deposition of Mercury to surface soils
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