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October will be the time to make a decision that reverberates for generations to come.
"We can now be confident that the things we’ve done have put the planet on a path to heal," one scientist says.
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Antarctica is a key to sea level rise, which threatens coastal areas around the world.. It has enough ice to raise seas by
New research from NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center shows that large quantities of a chemical responsible for depleting
This post originally appeared on Climate Central: But the probes were right: There was barely any ozone throughout this huge
"The concentrations are not yet a threat to the ozone layer," lead author Johannes Laube of the University of East Anglia
2070 is shaping up to be a great year for Mother Earth. By 2070, however, the ozone hole is expected to have made a full
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NOAA staff at the United States' South Pole research station prepare to release a balloon that will measure the strength
Scientists say the hole in this protective ozone layer mainly is caused by chlorine from man-made chemicals called chlorofluorocarbons
"Ozone depletion has stopped, leveled off," Braathen said. But the hole is probably larger than in 2010 and a complete recovery
In this project I examine the history behind American perception of human extinction. I explore how existential risk has shaped foreign policy by tracing the domestic debate over nuclear war and ozone depletion.
History is rich with lessons, but will political hubris take heed of past civilizations annihilated by drought? The Akkadian, Moche, Tiwanaku, Mayan, and Anasazi to name but a few are well documented in our history books.
Of the some 80,000 chemicals manufactured and used in the United States, the EPA has issued regulations to control just five "existing" and four "new" chemicals. Today, we'll learn a little about each of them.
Learn more at NASA's Ozone Hole Watch website. In the "Scientific Assessment of Ozone Depletion 2010" report, UN scientists
Introduced as the miracle compounds, halocarbons have revealed themselves as fools good. The flame retardant chemical often leach, leading to lower IQs and depressed fertility.