Between Earth and Sky: How Cfcs Changed Our World and Endangered the Ozone Layer

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The 1928 invention of chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs) made possible both air conditioning and refrigeration. But in 1974, scientists demonstrated that CFCs had altered the fundamental chemistry of the atmosphere and had begun to erode the earth's ozone layer. A richly detailed work about the high cost of progress. Photographs.

Between Earth and Sky: How Cfcs Changed Our World and Endangered the Ozone Layer 1993, Pantheon Books

ISBN-13: 9780679420521

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