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Los Angeles Participates in Innovative Climate Change Experimenti
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July 05, 2013 1:56 AM
For decades, scientists have been able to measure air quality and look at its impact on human health. Now, scientists are testing new ways of measuring climate-changing greenhouse gases in the air. Elizabeth Lee reports from Los Angeles, one of the cities that is participating in a new effort called the Megacities Carbon Project.

Los Angeles Participates in Innovative Climate Change Experiment

Published July 04, 2013

For decades, scientists have been able to measure air quality and look at its impact on human health. Now, scientists are testing new ways of measuring climate-changing greenhouse gases in the air. Elizabeth Lee reports from Los Angeles, one of the cities that is participating in a new effort called the Megacities Carbon Project.


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