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2021’s Giant Antarctic Ozone Hole Probably Due to Climate Change

Tereza Pultarova writes for space.com about a giant ozone hole opening up over Antarctica this year. Already larger than the entire ice-covered continent, the ozone hole has surpassed the size of 75% of ozone holes measured since 1979 and is still growing. Scientists believe climate change might be the cause. The Montreal Protocol, signed in…

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