Policies to Curb Short-Lived Climate Pollutants Could Yield Major Health Benefits

A commitment to reducing global emissions of short-lived climate pollutants (SLCPs) such as methane and black carbon could slow global warming while boosting public health and agricultural yields, aligning the Paris Climate Agreement with global sustainable development goals, a new analysis by an international research panel shows.

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New MEM Concentration in Business & Environment Has Triple-Bottom-Line Focus

The Nicholas School has developed a new Master of Environmental Management concentration in Business & Environment (BE) to meet the growing private-sector demand for managers, consultants and analysts who can develop and implement business practices that benefit the environment, society and shareholder value alike.

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