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Rise in Ozone-Destroying Chemical Despite Ban Puzzles Scientists

Newsmax Wednesday, 16 May 2018 ()
Rise in Ozone-Destroying Chemical Despite Ban Puzzles ScientistsAn ozone-destroying chemical that has been banned for 20 years is on the rise. Scientists say there's more of it — not less — going into the atmosphere and they don't know where it is coming from.
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News video: Scientists: Ozone-degrading Chemical Emissions Rising

▶ Scientists: Ozone-degrading Chemical Emissions Rising 00:55

Scientists say the atmospheric concentration of CFC-11 isn't falling as quickly they expected, and illegal emissions might be the reason.

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CFC-11 is an ozone-depleting chemical that's been under an international ban since 2010. But there's been a surprising increase of the chemical in the ozone by 25 percent since 2012. Almost no CFC-11..
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