When nations made plans to save the ozone layer, they didn't factor in global warming. Quirin Schiermeier reports on how two environmental problems complicate each other.
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Schiermeier, Q. Atmospheric science: Fixing the sky. Nature 460, 792–795 (2009). https://doi.org/10.1038/460792a