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Is it possible (economically, socially, environmentally) to have zero emissions of pollutants? What level of risk are you willing to live with? What level of risk are you willing to allow for environmental health?
What would be the consequence to Earth's ecosystems if the ozone layer were to completely dissipate? Are certain organisms, landscapes, environments more at risk if this were to happen?
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