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nes aw nd nesto Sy tud H ig H lig Ht S H t e a l H In his study, Jacobson highlight- he says. “This study contradicts Ha z ard S of urBan a ir ed its relevance to cap-and-trade that assumption. It doesn’t mean Puoitllon plans currently being discussed in you can never do something like Domes of carbon dioxide (CO ) many parts of the world, including cap-and-trade. It just means that that form over urban areas increase a proposal currently before the U.S. you need to consider where the CO the health risks to residents of those Senate that would cap the amount of emissions are occurring.” areas, according to a new study greenhouse gases that manufactur- Jacobson notes that CO has published recently in Environmen- ers and other sources are permitted been thought of mostly as a global tal Science and Technology. The to emit, as well as levy a charge on problem—“that it is only its global finding is not only the first to quan- each ton of emissions. Jacobson impacts that might feed back to tify the health effects of these CO points out t hat t hese proposa ls air pollution,”

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Bulletin of the American Meteorological SocietyAmerican Meteorological Society

Published: Jun 1, 2010

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