Q&A: Do you think the Montreal protocol was useful?
Question by IamLegend: Do you think the Montreal protocol was useful?
If yes should they try to organize another one similar for other environmental issues in Montreal?
Answer by George P
Well it was useful because it gave black’s the rights to drive on Sunday afternoons. As you know before they could only drive on weekdays
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