0 shares Share 0 Tweet 0 Pin 0 Share 0 The UN has reported new research data showing that decisive actions in the late 80s have contributed to a drastic recovery in the Ozone layer. CFC gasses that …
The UN has reported new research data showing that decisive actions in the late 80s have contributed to a drastic recovery in the Ozone layer. CFC gasses that were commonly used since the 1950s caused huge damage with gaping holes in this protective layer of the atmosphere.
Research on the regeneration of the Ozone layer has shown that in some places, it could be back to 1980 levels within 20 years, and larger holes over the polar regions could be fixed in 40 years.The BBC has reported some details that many people really don't think about when it comes to the protective layers.
While the holes in the Ozone layer don’t directly contribute to climate change, many of the banned chemicals are greenhouse gasses. And banning those has also had a positive effect on climate.
It shows that decisive regulation can have a significant impact within 30-40 years, reversing man-made damage and making a positive difference.
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