MIT Study: Ozone-Depleting Chemicals May Spend Less Time in the Atmosphere Than Previously Thought

MIT Study: Ozone-Depleting Chemicals May Spend Less Time in the Atmosphere Than Previously Thought

2021-05-28T13:15:02+00:00May 28th, 2021|

MIT scientists have found that ozone-depleting chlorofluorocarbons, or CFCs, stay in the atmosphere for a shorter amount of time than previously estimated. The VoLo Foundation supported study suggests that CFCs, which were globally phased out in 2010, should be circulating at much lower concentrations than what has recently been measured.

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