Old Fridges, Cars Slow Ozone Hole Recovery

Publication: National Geographic News   Date: December 8, 2005   View Article

Running low on sunscreen? Lost your sunglasses? Better buy some more.

The gaping hole in the ozone layer above Antarctica may take 15 years longer to recover than anticipated, scientists warned Tuesday, adding that old refrigerators and cars may be to blame.

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