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Ozone Layer Depletion #306971

CBS Evening News for Monday, Oct 20, 1986
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Researchers' findings in depletion of earth's ozone layer over Antarctica, believed caused by industry pollution, outlined.

(NYC: Jane Bryant Quinn) Factors contributing to contd., and preventable, industrial pollution suspected as cause of holes in ozone layer over North& South poles examined; details given, scenes shown. Chlorofluoro carbons (CFC) said believed specific agent. [DuPont vice president Dr. Elwood BLANCHARD - explains industry's new desire to control CFC pollution.] Role of auto air conditioning in CFC pollution considered. [General Motors spokesperson Tom STOKES - cites auto industry's dilemma.] [Inventor Tom EDWARDS - accuses auto industry of not accepting alternative cooling systems.] [BLANCHARD - comments.]

Quinn, Jane Bryant;
Rather, Dan

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