Activities for 2014

Finalization of a new set of global emission scenarios up to 2050 will be the focus of the Mitigation of Air Pollution and Greenhouse Gases (MAG) Program team in 2014.

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2014

This will provide globally gridded and internally coherent sets of emission fields of 10 substances, which incorporate latest developments on air pollution legislation around the world.

For the first time, such GAINS scenarios will be used as input for a joint experiment of an ensemble of full Global Climate Circulation models to explore the climate impacts of air pollution control policies. It will also serve as a basis for a re-analysis of concrete options for simultaneously reducing short-lived air pollution and long-lived greenhouse gas emissions, including the relevance of environmentally sound production approaches for shale gas.


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Markus Amann

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Air Quality and Greenhouse Gases

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