Canada's black carbon inventory - 2017 edition
- Executive summary
- 1. Introduction
- 2. Black carbon emissions in Canada
- 3. Considerations for future editions of this inventory
- Annex A: Sector description
- Annex B: Black carbon/PM2.5 ratios
- Annex C: UNECE report on black carbon emissions
- List of acronyms, abbreviations and units
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