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General Knowledge Sep 1
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Sarvesh Tiwari Sep 15
Let's pledge to reduce the carbon emissions and save the very important layer of Atmosphere Ozone on . Time to go green and Save the World
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Copernicus ECMWF Sep 17
Antarctic spring means the ozone hole returns. There is now more depletion at the edges where sunlight is returning after the winter. Monitoring Service measures stratospheric ozone to monitor these changes.
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Anand kumar✴ Sep 15
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Avinash Pande Sep 15
With every step you take don’t forget to minimise your carbon footprint. Carbon footprint : the little the better. On this let us pledge to work on making our environment better.
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The Antarctic Report Sep 16
Today is - in 1987 the Montreal Protocol was signed banning CFCs; the ozone hole was discovered at Halley Station in the early 1980s by Joseph Farman, Brian Gardiner, & Jonathan Shanklin (pictured at Halley VI last year)
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John Wenger Sep 14
It is on Sunday. I enjoyed the interview with and she has prepared a very interesting article on the ozone layer and how we acted to protect our planet.
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NewmanChaplaincy Sep 16
In honour of check out the video of our chaplaincy assistant and volunteer talking about why she is spending a year
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General Knowledge Sep 18
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Paul Nicklen Sep 16
Today, the ozone hole is the smallest it has been in 30 years. But a full recovery will take decades. Let's continue to work hard and make changes so that the generations after us can live a healthy life in such beautiful places.
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Umair Raza Sep 16
Today is International Day for Preservation of Ozone Layer! Let's pledge to protect the 🌎 by adopting a sustainable and greener lifestyle.
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ÃâRti Sep 15
On this I request to all to save your Ozone layer bcz it is your protective layer If it is loss than our life also loss
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Adesuwa Obasuyi Sep 16
The easiest way to reduce the rate of depletion is to discourage driving of private vehicles & limit the number of vehicles on the road which can only happen when citizens have a complete .
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The Nobel Prize Sep 16
"If we work together, we all end up having a better world." Having shown that CFCs damage the ozone layer, Nobel Laureate Mario Molina helped develop the Montreal Protocol which banned their use worldwide.
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Rubeena Jan Sep 15
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Ashok Gehlot Sep 15
Let us pledge to work together to protect the , on this . Saving mother earth is a collective responsibility....we must avoid products n practices that damage Layer.. Keep cool and carry on: protecting our ozone layer and climate on .
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CRAC Sep 14
It's on Sunday. Here is a well written article based on an interview with John Wenger.
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Satish Shekar Sep 15
Today we extensively use sun screen lotions to protect our skin; but we forget that our layer is our natural protector. On let’s pledge to reduce fossil fuels and save our natural protector!
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The Green News Sep 14
Replying to @johnwenger9
On 16 September 1987, an alarming discovery of the ozone hole compelled 27 nations to sign an environmental pact known as the Montreal Protocol, described by as a “scientific success story”
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Godrej Appliances Sep 16
Buy, Use and Responsibly Recycle. The E-waste recycling programs run by the appliances manufacturer is the right way to dispose off the old appliances and do your bit to save the planet.
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