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Countries have successfully reduced harmful atmospheric gases

Researchers have detected a significant decrease in hydrochlorofluorocarbons in the atmosphere, marking progress in global efforts to protect the ozone layer and mitigate climate change.

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Flaw in Montreal Protocol allows U.S. facilities to pollute

Maxine Joselow reports for TheWashington Post about a loophole in the Montreal Protocol that has led U.S. factories to emit gases that damage the ozone layer and contribute to climate change.

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A loophole in the Montreal Protocol lets U.S. facilities pollute
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A loophole in the Montreal Protocol lets U.S. facilities pollute

A perceived loophole in the Montreal Protocol has led U.S. factories to emit gases that damage the ozone layer and contribute to climate change.
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A loophole in the Montreal Protocol lets U.S. facilities pollute

A perceived loophole in the Montreal Protocol has led U.S. factories to emit gases that damage the ozone layer and contribute to climate change.
ozone-damaging greenhouse loophole
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A loophole in the Montreal Protocol lets U.S. facilities pollute

A perceived loophole in the Montreal Protocol has led U.S. factories to emit gases that damage the ozone layer and contribute to climate change.
ozone-damaging greenhouse loophole
BigStock Photo ID: 446330165
Copyright: JStuij
Available for extended license use

A loophole in the Montreal Protocol lets U.S. facilities pollute

A perceived loophole in the Montreal Protocol has led U.S. factories to emit gases that damage the ozone layer and contribute to climate change.
ozone-damaging greenhouse loophole
BigStock Photo ID: 446330165
Copyright: JStuij
Available for extended license use

A loophole in the Montreal Protocol lets U.S. facilities pollute

A perceived loophole in the Montreal Protocol has led U.S. factories to emit gases that damage the ozone layer and contribute to climate change.
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