Bali Delegates Turn Focus to Greenhouse Gases Delegates to the Bali climate conference are debating what to do about refrigerants, which are being put in millions of refrigerators and air conditioners and are more powerful than carbon dioxide. Some delegates are pushing for an agreement to phase these chemicals out.
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Bali Delegates Turn Focus to Greenhouse Gases

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Bali Delegates Turn Focus to Greenhouse Gases

Bali Delegates Turn Focus to Greenhouse Gases

Bali Delegates Turn Focus to Greenhouse Gases

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Delegates to the Bali climate conference are debating what to do about greenhouse gases that are thousands of times more powerful than carbon dioxide. Some of these chemicals are refrigerants now being put into millions of refrigerators and air conditioners.

Some delegates are pushing for an agreement to phase these chemicals out.