Gallery: NASA Study Says Air Pollution Controls Could Slow Climate Chan...


A recent NASA study completed in New York City at NASA’s Goddard Institute for Space Studies (GISS) found that fourteen key air pollution control measures could not only help to curb climate change, but could improve agricultural yields and cut up to 4.7 million premature deaths worldwide if implemented. The fourteen measures were picked because of their ability to reduce either black carbon or methane globally. To further shed light on their findings, NASA has organized the data into an interactive online tool that visualizes the health, agriculture and climate stabilizing benefits.

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