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“Still fresh off their "victory" over CFCs from the Montral Protocol, the global warmers think they can pull the same routine with carbon.”
“Then he moved to the University of Irvine, and then there, he decided to join this investigative group to ask themselves a question: what would happen to the industrial chemicals that went to the atmosphere, those chemicals used in the industry of air-conditioning and refrigerators, the so - called CFCs, the chlorofluorocarbons?”
“The compounds, commonly referred to as CFCs, are known to damage the ozone layer.”
“The chlorofluorocarbons, commonly known as CFCs, were once widely used in a variety of applications, especially as refrigerants, because of their inertness.”
“The last chlorofluorocarbon refrigerants - chemicals known as CFCs, which hurt the Earth's atmosphere - were removed from the carrier Carl Vinson, according to an announcement from Naval Sea Systems Command.”
“The hole developed in the 1970s after damaging chemicals known as CFCs were released into the atmosphere.”
“The reality is that the link between consumption of various industrial chemicals, such as CFCs, and the destruction of the ozone layer, suspected from the late 1970s, was finally proven in the mid/late 1980s, leading to the negotiation of the Montreal Protocol, probably now the most successful international environmental agreement.”
“Vaughan says that as Co2 emissions and greenhouse gases such as CFCs warm the climate, Antarctica's geography is changing dramatically.”
“They also knew how to make asthma inhalers without CFCs, which is why I am hoarding old albuterol inhalers that, unlike the new ones, a) significantly improve my breathing and b) do not make me gag.”
“HFCs were introduced in the 1990s as a safer alternative to ozone-depleting chemicals such as CFCs (chlorofluorocarbons) and hydrochlorofluorocarbons”
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