Four new gases found to be destroying ozone layer

Jessica Shankleman
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Thousands of tonnes of CFCs still being released into atmosphere, as NASA warns scientists that they are underestimating warming impact of CO2

The ozone layer over Antarctica is being attacked by four previously unidentified man-made gases, scientists from the University of East Anglia (UAE) have warned. New research published in Nature Geoscience...

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