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Over 170 nations agree to cut global-warming chemical used in refrigerators and air conditioners

A global agreement to cut a heat-trapping chemical used in air conditioning units and refrigerators was announced today, with participation from over 170 nations. “The deal could have a greater impact on global warming than the Paris pact of 2015,” reports the New York Times. (more…)
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