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  1. 1. SLCPs
  2. 2. SLCP – A Danger To MankindA report on the dangers that SLCPspose to mankind and some usefulsolutions to tackle it’s growth andspread.
  3. 3. WHAT ARE SLCPs ? Short-lived climate pollutants (SLCPs) are agents that have relatively shortlifetime in the atmosphere - a few days to a fewdecades - and a warming influence on climate. The main short lived climate pollutants are: Black carbon Methane Tropospheric ozone Hydroflourocarbons
  4. 4. BLACKCARBON Black carbon create thick winterhaze that hugs the southernfoothills of the Himalayas & thishaze warms the atmosphere andmay contribute to rising regionaltemperatures, melting glaciers. While CO2 is the primary culprit,recent studies suggest that blackcarbon (BC) may play as large arole in warming the HKHT region
  5. 5. Satellite picture showing Winter Haze over India.
  6. 6. Transport, 21%Industry, 15%Open Burning, 24%Residential, 40%SECTORIAL EMISSIONS OF BLACK CARBONS IN INDIA
  7. 7. METHANE Emissions from fossil fuel production —specifically methane released from oil and gaswells and coal mines — accounts for nearly half asmuch again near-term warming as combustionitself. As global fossil fuel production and useexpands, vented and leaked methane willexacerbate the CO2 Fortunately, technology fixes to reduce methaneemissions abound.
  8. 8. Black CarbonEmissions
  9. 9. MethaneEmissions
  10. 10. TROPOSPHERIC OZONE Tropospheric ozone (O3) is the ozone present inthe lowest portion of the atmosphere (up to 10-15km above the ground). It is responsible for a large part of the humanenhancement of the global greenhouse effect. It is formed by sunlight-driven oxidation of otheragents in particular methane (CH4)
  11. 11. HYDROFLOUROCARBONS HFCs are man-made greenhouse gases used in airconditioning, refrigeration, solvents, foamblowing agents, and aerosols Though they represent a small fraction of thecurrent total greenhouse gases, their warmingimpact is particularly strong and, if leftunchecked, HFCs could account for nearly 20 % ofclimate pollution by 2050.
  12. 12. Why Dealing With SLCPs isImportant ? SLCPs represent as much as a 33% increases in averageglobal temperature. Due to their short lifetimes, actions to reduce emissionsof short-lived climate pollutants will quickly lower theiratmospheric concentrations. Action on SCLPs can help buy time in addressing the moreimportant and longer-term greenhouse gas (GHG)emissions.
  13. 13. THE ACTIONS REQUIRED Mitigating SLCPs from the Municipal Solid WasteSector Through technical assistance, training, capacity building, &awareness-raising Mitigating Black Carbon and Other Pollutants FromBrick Production Technology is available.
  15. 15. “”Our environment, the world inwhich we live and work, is amirror of our attitudes andexpectations.Earl NightingaleEnough Is Said….Let’s Act On These To Have A Green Earth AndA Clear Sky!
  16. 16. Thank You