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Ozone depletion over the North Pole is causing weather anomalies across the entire Northern Hemisphere

Scientists have discussed is there a relationship between ozone destruction and the weather anomalies. Image: Unsplash/Bethany Legg

Peter Ruegg-eth Zurich

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