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Person of The Week (Sherwood Rowland) #139557

ABC Evening News for Friday, Feb 14, 1992
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(Studio: Peter Jennings) University of California chemist Sherwood Rowland, who has been warning us about the dangers of CFCs to the ozone layer, profiled; uses of chlorofluorocarbons listed. [ROWLAND - talks about the changes in the atmosphere; lists biological dangers.] Rowland's background reviewed; photos shown. Conflict between Rowland and the chemical industry over banning CFCs outlined. [Environmental Defense Fund Michael OPPENHEIMER, Senator Albert GORE - praise Rowland.] Recent NASA (National Aeronautics and Space Administration) research on the ozone layer mentioned. [ROWLAND - calls for massive intervention.]

Jennings, Peter

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