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A team from the United States, Australia, and the United Kingdom found a chemical compound that had replaced a banned greenhouse gas because it was bad for the environment is, itself, also bad for the environment. The culprit is a fumigant with the chemical name sulfuryl fluoride.

Published in Climate
Thursday, 06 March 2008 21:02

Dirty hair helps you breathe in less ozone smog

According to a Missouri study, U.S. researchers found that unwashed hair absorbs much more ground-based ozone than washed hair. Breathing in ozone within smog can cause respiratory problems.         
Published in Health
Norwegian researchers calculated the climatic effects from each type of transportation mode (rail, road, shipping, and aviation) since the Industrial Revolution. They found that road transportation has been responsible for the most emissions of carbon dioxide and ozone—twice that of aviation.      
Published in Climate
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