Published On: Wed, May 16th, 2018

Emissions of a banned ozone pollutant are on the rise, and scientists say a secret manufacturer is the most likely culprit


CFC-11 is part of a group of ozone pollutants that were banned under a 1987 accord, but emissions have risen 25 percent since 2012, scientists reported Wednesday. Scientists say the most likely explanation is that a manufacturer is producing the chemical without reporting it to authorities. It’s a distressing development for what’s commonly seen as […]

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