That’s certainly not an understatement, and there are many hard-line examples.
One that caught our eye dealt with a recently-released paper by five U.S.-based scientists who warn that Canada’s cuts to its ozone monitoring program – just last month Environment Canada sent out termination notices to 60 scientists and researchers, with hundreds more expected to be affected – are already having effects on the world’s ability to monitor air quality and ozone depletion.
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