The Pulitzer-Prize winning news organisation Inside Climate News (ICN) has recently published a prominent feature on NACAG’s “ambitious effort to help countries around the world mitigate nitrous oxide emissions from nitric acid plants”. The article is part of ICN’s long-standing “Hot Molecules” series, which covers “super pollutants” such as methane, nitrous oxide and fluorinated gases.
The prominent coverage of NACAG signals a growing public interest in the initiative’s work. The article highlights that greenhouse gas abatement in the nitric acid sector represents an “easy, low-cost fix that could dramatically curb global greenhouse gas emissions”.
The article can be accessed on ICN’s website: A German Initiative Seeks to Curb Global Emissions of a Climate Super-Pollutant – Inside Climate News.
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