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U.S. Joins International Call to Reduce HFCs

The White House has announced the U.S. is urging an amendment to the Montreal Protocol to reduce HFCs. Climate Week in New York was the stage for an exciting announcement last week from the White House: 100 nations have come together to call for an ambitious and early freeze date to the use of hydrofluorocarbons (HFCs).
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