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Montreal Protocol Nearing Epic Climate Win on HFCs

Will Eliminate Warming from One of the Six Main Greenhouse Gases Most Significant Climate Victory in Near-Term The Montreal Protocol is on the verge of an epic victory-- adopting the most significant measure to slow down climate change that can we can take immediately. Phasing down HFCs under the Montreal Protocol could prevent the emission of the equivalent of 100 to 200 billion tons of carbon dioxide in the near term, with the potential to reduce warming up to a full degree Celsius this century.
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