Global ozone depletion has been suspended The Antarctic ozone hole is expected to d
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29-10-2010, 07:48 AM

The United Nations recently released "2010 scientific assessment of ozone layer depletion" spread the good news: in the national efforts, the Earth's atmospheric ozone depletion has stopped, not thin, mid-century to a great degree of recovery. World Meteorological Organization experts coach bags said: "Global ozone and polar ozone depletion has stopped, but not increased."

Prior to this, there have been research organizations and scientists issued a report on future changes of atmospheric ozone layer, all kinds of predictions are given. Most scientists believe that atmospheric ozone depletion rate has slowed, the Antarctic ozone hole is expected to disappear after 2050. However, some studies suggest that the disappearance of the coach bags sale hole over Antarctica will be 2068 for the future.

People are highly concerned about atmospheric ozone depletion is entirely justified. Because the loss of discount coach handbags ozone in the atmosphere directly endanger the survival of mankind. Active coordination of the United Nations, the international community in 1985 signed the "Vienna Convention" and in 1987 formulated the "Regulations on Ozone Depleting Substances Montreal Protocol," specifically identified the principle of protecting the ozone layer and international cooperation discount coach boots frameworks. To date, more than 190 countries joined the Convention and Protocol. As the international community to take effective measures, human emissions of freon into the atmosphere such as the total amount of ozone-depleting substances began to decrease, atmospheric ozone depletion rate of emergence of signs of slowing down.

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