It doesn't take another study—such as the recent government report that the ozone is thinning more rapidly than was estimated —to point to the urgency of environmental issues. Natural scientists differ on the interpretation of such data, but there's one point on which nearly all agree: Something more than science alone, even new and developing technologies, is needed to solve mankind's environmental challenges.
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