Nike leaps from one greenhouse gas to another

Sports footwear manufacturer Nike has finally phased out the use of the world's most powerful greenhouse gas, sulphur hexafluoride. The move took considerably longer than it originally promised - and the company looks like losing further credibility after switching to another extremely potent greenhouse gas in its "Air" trainers.

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