1-3% of the ozone layer

The United Nations research has shown that ozone layer will be improved by 1-3%.

Stratosphere ozone layer protects life from harmful UV radiation on Earth.

It prevents Earth's ecosystems and ensures skin cancer protection.


A four-year review of the Montreal Protocol, which implemented a global agreement aimed at protecting the ozone layer and consumption of ozone layers and the use of ozone layer, long-term reduction in controlled ozone depleting substances and current recovery of the stratosphere ozone.

The report says that the hole of the Antarctic ozone is eliminated, annually.

As a result of the Montreal Protocol, the polar regions are much more powerful than ozone depletion.

It is said that the hole of the Antarctic ozone is gradually approaching, after the return of the 2060s.

"The evidence presented by the author shows that since 2000, the ozone layer is more than 1-3 percent in the stratosphere," says the UN Environmental and World Meteorological Organization.

"During the planned tariffs, the northern hemisphere and mid-ozone in the mid-2030s will be completely cured, which will be followed by the southern hemisphere by 2050 and the polar regions by 2060."

The UN has already hailed the success report, but the report says it was the first time that there were growing indications that the hole of the Antarctic ozone has decreased since 2000.

Annual variations in the arctiology were much larger, which proved to be severely confirmed whether or not the restoration of the plate after 2000.

However, most of the prohibited gases were determined, at least one violation occurred in the protocol: the unexpected increase of production and emission of CFC-11 from East Asia since 2012.

The report says that sources or countries have not yet been identified.

The report noted that if CFC-11 emissions continued with the same indicator, the 1980s values ​​of intermediate and polar ozone depleted chemical substances were postponed for about seven and twenty years.