Towards a low emissions future

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June 24 2018
THE NEW YORK TIMES
In a High-Stakes Environmental Whodunit, Many Clues Point to China

XINGFU, China — Last month, scientists disclosed a global pollution mystery: a surprise rise in emissions of an outlawed industrial gas that destroys the atmosphere’s protective ozone layer.
The source of the pollution has remained unknown. Now, a trail of clues leads to this scrappy industrial boomtown in rural China.
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IN CURRENT ISSUES PAGE, SEE: Environmental Investigation Agency (EIA): BLOWING IT: Illegal production and use of banned CFC-11 in China's foam blowing industry

April 2018
CLIMATE CONTROL NEWS
Protecting the ozone layer : Three decades of progress.

CSIRO Honorary Fellow, Dr Paul Fraser, reflects on progress in the plan to close the ozone hole.
Includes an acknowledgment of the work of former executive director of Refrigerants Australia, Steve Anderson
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