What's up with ozone?

Gemery, L.
September 1990
Environmental Action;Sep/Oct90, Vol. 22 Issue 2, p11
Covers the revision of the Montreal Protocol of 1987 on ozone-eating compounds, the results of meeting between negotiators from 92 countries over the summer. Legal requirements for chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs) ban; Halon bans; Industrial solvents bans; US clean Air Act; Issues not resolved.


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