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Cooling effect of sulphur emissions is short-lived


Prof Piers Forster comments in a recent Daily Telegraph article on the masking of CO2-induced global warming by sulphur emissions from power plants in China. "It needs to be emphasised that any masking is short-lived and the increased CO2 from the very same coal will remain in the atmosphere for many decades and dominate the long-term warming.” Read Daily Telegraph article

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