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Colombia blazes a trail for smaller nations to fight global warming

Studies show that tackling short-lived climate pollutants -- such as soot and methane -- results in sooner-rather-than-later benefits for a given region. So although the issue of climate change may not be a top priority for most developing countries, economic, social and health co-benefits might help build a case for reducing these pollutants. Colombia, where preliminary studies show that rethinking garbage disposal might actually be good business, is one country that's interested.


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