Ozone societal-mypt

Ozone societal-mypt - The UN has created guidelines for the...

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The UN has created guidelines for the preservation of the ozone layer. In these guidelines, the preface begins with the importance of conserving the ozone layer and how vital it is humans, animals and plants. The guidelines mention the Montreal Protocol that was designed to limit and end the production and use of industrial chemicals from the family of chlorofluorocarbons. The rules set out by the Montreal Protocol has been very effective in restricting the harm of the ozone layer. Ozone depletion has increased dramatically in the last seventy years of production and use of the chemicals stated above however the damage is peaking and may recover it the rules set out in the Montreal Protocol are upheld. Over 1880 countries are parties of the Montreal Protocol. In the protocol, there is a timeline for all participating countries to “reduce and end their production and consumption of eight major halocarbons (Ozone/science).” The UN through UNEP was very important in collaborating the Vienna
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