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Science News Sep 16
Towering clouds that rise from intense wildfires can launch smoke high into the atmosphere, where it can linger for months and mess with the protective ozone layer.
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UN News Sep 16
Since 2000, parts of the ozone have recovered steadily at a rate of 1-3 per cent every ten years which could mean complete repair by the year 2060, @UNEnvironment 🌎🌏🌍 announced on .
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UN News Sep 16
The ozone layer could be completely restored by 2030 in the world’s north and mid-latitude regions, @UNEnvironment declares on . Get the full story here 🌍🌎🌏
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UN Environment Programme Europe Sep 16
The ozone layer has already healed by an area the size of India since 2000. We now have the opportunity to avoid 0.4 degrees of by the end of the century. Read more by
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Jamyang Tsering Namgyal Sep 16
It's an important day in our fight against climate change. On this occasion, I want us all of us to take a pledge to take at least one small step every day to reduce our carbon footprint.
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EMR Metal Recycling Sep 16
Every year, we remove significant quantities of Ozone Depleting Substances (ODPs) from used and/or discarded refrigeration units and arrange for their controlled destruction - just one part of our mission to become a zero waste company.
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MyGov Assam Sep 16
The international community’s cooperation in protecting the ozone layer is remarkable and worth more such action to tackle the issue in years to come.
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The Hindu Sep 16
Replug | In the Arctic, annual variations were much larger, making it hard to confirm whether there had been a definite recovery in the layer since 2000
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UNDP India Sep 16
The is healing! Since its adoption in 1987, has: 🌏Eliminated over 98% of controlled ozone-depleting substances 🌏Reduced cumulative CO2-eq. emissions by 135 billion tonnes The challenge: develop -friendly alternatives.
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Babul Supriyo Sep 16
Walking through a gallery of student artworks set up on the occasion of . The artworks of these young minds give out a clear message of why we need to act responsibly and stop taking our environment for granted.
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Momentum for Change Sep 16
Today we celebrate ! 🙌 Since the signing of the Montreal Protocol, our ozone layer has healed and will return to 1980 levels by mid-century!  We've achieved a lot in our fight against . No problem is too big for us to fix! 
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REMA Rwanda Sep 16
Dr. SEKOMO Birame Christian : Ozone depletion is caused by human activities and human made chemicals that contain bromine, chlorine and Fluorine for global warming
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NC Museum of Natural Sciences Sep 16
It's . Did you know Chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs) were the first group of chemicals internationally banned to defend the environment? CFCs were common in aerosols until the 1970s and in refrigerants until 2000. Why do away with CFCs? To prevent ozone layer depletion.
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Environment Canada Sep 16
99% of the production and consumption of ozone-depleting chemicals have been eliminated worldwide. Canada is helping lead global efforts to protect the ozone layer.
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Aspen New Voices Sep 16
"If the 52M girls currently out-of-school in Africa are given a chance to go to school, they will grow to become change makers and problem solvers for the planet" on education and . Read more:
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JSW Group Sep 17
was all things special for us. At the Inspire Institute of Sport, the Environment Department of JSW Steel in Vijayanagar conducted a plantation drive to rejuvenate the forest cover behind IIS with 2000+ saplings, using the water available at the institute itself.
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The Hindu Sep 16
Watch | ‘World Ozone Day’ commemorates the Montreal Protocol that was signed on this date by 24 UN member nations in 1987, to limit and ultimately phase out the production of man-made chemicals.
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Pradhan Mantri Bhartiya Janaushadhi Pariyojana Sep 16
Due to increasing the life saving ozone layer is losing its existence. Let's protect the only shield we have on Earth that screens out much of the sun's harmful UV rays, Let's plant more and more trees to save our earth.
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माझी Mumbai, आपली BMC Sep 18
Let's make our planet a no-zone for pollution.
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