Wednesday, August 24, 2016

Let's Clear The Air About World Ozone Day

Sept 16 is International World Ozone Day Each Year


The layer of the Earth's atmosphere that surrounds us is called the troposphere. The stratosphere, the next higher layer, extends about 10–50 kilometers above the Earth's surface. Stratospheric ozone is a naturally occurring gas that filters the sun's ultraviolet (UV) radiation.

Today, there is widespread concern that the ozone layer is deteriorating due to the release of pollution. Such deterioration allows large amounts of ultraviolet B rays to reach Earth, which can cause health problems in humans and harm animals as well.

What is World Ozone Day, What is the Ozone, and Why is it in Danger? Quick facts.

What is the Hole Ozone story?

Learn about the Ozone Layer  and why we need to clear the air with Planetpals Dusty on Planetpals.com. 




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