Twenty five years ago this week, scientists and policymakers unveiled what the United Nations calls “the most successful treaty in UN history.” The international agreement
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International cooperation on ozone-depleting chemicals, that helped after decades the recovery of the ozone layer over Antarctica, stops changes in Southern Hemisphere winds.
Scientists finally discover mysterious ozone-depleting CFC emissions source.
Good news for humanity! Thanks to the 1987 Montreal Protocol, Ozone layer will be completely healed by the 2060s.
Ozone Layer over Antarctica on track to recovery, thanks to concerted international action against ozone! A success story that should encourage action on climate. Image
New ozone-destroying chemicals found in atmosphere. Scientists warn that “mysterious compounds undermining recovery of ozone hole over Antarctica.” Image © NASA animation by Robert Simmon.
British Antarctic Survey is moving its Halley VI Research Station 23 km across the Brunt Ice Shelf, to be safe from an encroaching fissure in
Ozone hole, Earth’s protective layer, is finally healing.
For researchers at NOAA’s South Pole Atmospheric Baseline Observatory, Sunday March 20 marks the start of the austral autumn, the last time they see the
Airbus will fly Perlan Mission 2 glider to 90,000 feet, on big waves of air, attempting to become world’s first engineless aircraft to reach the