“I’m not a scientist, but I am a scientist who cares”

A new study suggests the United States may be missing out on some of the biggest ozone remediation efforts in the world.

The study, published in Environmental Science & Technology, found the United Kingdom, Australia, Canada and France were the only countries that performed better than the U.S. when it came to cleaning up pollution from ozone sources.

While the U:S.

and Canada ranked second and third, the study found the countries ranked third or better in the percentage of pollutants removed from the air.

This may be due to the U.:S.

being one of the few countries that relies on a combination of state and federal pollution control programs, while the others use a combination.

It is not known how much pollution is removed by the United Nations and other agencies.

But the researchers concluded that while the U.-sourced approach may be the most effective for removing some of this pollution, there is a gap in the data that needs to be filled in.

So the researchers analyzed data from the U, the United Kingdoms, and Canada.

They looked at the percentage and the concentration of all pollutants in the air and measured how much ozone was removed from each pollutant.

They found that while ozone removal was higher in the U., there was a big gap between the two.

According to the study, the U’s best efforts are still missing.

They had the third-best removal rate, at 8.1%, but that was followed by France (7.9%), Belgium (6.9%) and the Netherlands (5.9%).

The U:s best efforts have been getting far less than their share of the global ozone pollution problem, the researchers wrote.

They concluded that the U may be underestimating its ability to clean up the air, and that its ability will depend on how much money it spends to reduce pollution.

This is an important finding.

It suggests that we should not assume that U: s best efforts will be successful, and instead we need to consider their costs.

We need to be very careful with the way we allocate our money.

The U.K. was not the only country that didn’t perform well when it comes to reducing pollution from a number of sources, including diesel emissions and power plants.

The authors of the study did not examine the impact of these other sources of pollution, such as the construction industry, which has been linked to a number, but they did note that the building sector is one of most polluted areas.

This makes it difficult to compare the effectiveness of different methods to clean the air in the construction sector, the authors wrote.

The researchers said that while they did not attribute the gap to a lack of money, they do think the U is more effective in reducing pollution.

“The U, if anything, is much more successful at reducing pollution than the other two nations,” they wrote.

We do not yet have sufficient information to be able to say definitively that U s pollution control efforts are successful.

But the evidence points to that, and the U s ability to reduce pollutant concentrations will depend not just on how well it manages the pollution but on how effectively it manages that pollution, they added.