Short-lived climate pollutants (SLCP) are powerful climate forcers that have relatively short atmospheric lifetimes. These pollutants include the greenhouse gases methane and hydrofluorocarbons, and anthropogenic black carbon. Because SLCP impacts are especially strong over the short term, acting now to reduce their emissions can have an immediate beneficial impact on climate change and public health.
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Final Analysis of Progress toward Achieving the 2030 Dairy and Livestock Sector Methane Emissions Target
The California Air Resources Board released the final Analysis of Progress toward Achieving the 2030 Dairy and Livestock Sector Methane Emissions Target (Analysis). This version includes updates based on public comments received in response to a draft Analysis released in June 2021.