Land Title: Environmental Science: Systems and Solutions, Fourth Edition Authors: Michael I. McKinney, Robert M. Schoch, Logan Yonavjak
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Chapter 17: Global Air Pollution: Destruction of the Ozone Layer and Global Climate Change

The Global Change Master Directory is a compilation of links to sites that deal with global environmental changes, including climatic changes due to the accumulation of greenhouse gases.
Global Change Master Directory
You can find more information on the EPA's Global warming web site.
EPA Global Warming
At this site you will find a discussion of the Montreal Protocol provided by the Trade and Environmental Database (TED) Projects. Case studies such as this are used as a resource by policymakers, researchers, and other interested parties.
Trade and Environmental Database (TED) Projects
The Trade and Environmental Database case study on CFC Smuggling discusses a problem that has developed now that the production of CFCs has been banned in the United States.
Trade and Environmental Database
The Trane Company is a worldwide manufacturer of heating, ventilating, and air conditioning systems. This Trane web site contains links to information on various CFC substitutes that are currently available.
The Trane Company
Environmental Defense, a nonprofit organization, is dedicated to finding economic and political solutions to environmental problems such as global warming.
Environmental Defense
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's Stratospheric Ozone Home Page contains links to numerous sites that pertain to ozone depletion.
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Ozone Depletion
The current and future impacts (including on climate, sea level changes, agriculture, biodiversity, health, and water resources) of continued global warming on one country is the subject of the document Global Warming and Vietnam.
Global Warming and Vietnam
The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change was established "to assess scientific information about climate change relevant for international and national policy formulation."
The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change
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