The ozone layer helps to maintain life on Earth, by forming a fragile shield made up of gaseous material surrounding the planet, to protect it from damaging sun rays.
The UN General Assembly announced in 1994 that the International Ozone Layer Day, to be observed on 16 September, will be.
World Ozone Day, which is being marked globally on 16 September, is a reminder of this eventful day of unification, reminding us to be responsible people in order to ensure the existence of the ozone layer.
As a thin layer of fuel surrounding the Earth, the ozone layer protects the planet against sun’s hazardous radiation and thus sustains life.
On this international Day for the Conservation of the Ozone Layer, let us focus on the five most important ways to protect the ozone layer:
The date derives from the Montreal Protocol, which governs the production and use of some 100 ozone-destroying chemicals.
The Montreal Protocol, which governs the production and use of around one ozone-depleting chemicals, was passed in 1987 and is the only UN treaty to be ratified by its 198 member countries.
Danfoss Industries, a Danish-based multinational, regards this as a significant green milestone, in what it considers are efforts to provide sustainable cooling to all and help achieve the green transformation of Denmark’s cold chain manufacturing sector.
The cooperation we have seen to successfully protect and heal the ozone layer is what we desperately need now to address the climate crisis.
— António Guterres (@antonioguterres) September 16, 2021
on the occasion of 'International Day for the Preservation of the Ozone Layer', let us spread awareness among people about the depletion of Ozone Layer and find possible solutions to preserve it. #WorldOzoneDay pic.twitter.com/mhYOprhF5S
— Nitin Gadkari (@nitin_gadkari) September 16, 2021