US aims to curb super greenhouse gas
from Scientific American
As U.S. EPA announces new commitments to cut potent greenhouse gases, the Department of Energy is highlighting all the ways emitters can meet those goals. The rules proposed Oct. 15 at the White House target hydrofluorocarbons, a class of chemicals used in air conditioning, foams and refrigeration. These chemicals can be tens of thousands of times more potent than carbon dioxide in trapping heat, so even small amounts leaking into the atmosphere could have an outsized impact on the climate.
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