Tagged: ozone hole

Tracking CFC emissions: a scientific mystery story - Lately, In Science

Sarah-Jane O'Connor May 23, 2019

Thirty years ago, in May 1989, global leaders gathered in Helsinki to sign into force the Montreal Protocol. You might not be familiar with it by name, but you certainly know its effects: the Montreal Protocol phased out the use of chlorofluorocarbons, or CFCs, and other ozone-depleting substances in an effort to reverse the damage to the ozone layer. It’s … Read More

Wrinkles, liver spots, crows’ feet: what happens to our skin as we age? - Guest Work

Guest Author Mar 27, 2018

Michelle Rodrigues, St Vincent’s Hospital Melbourne This article is part of our series about skin: why we have it, what it does and what can go wrong. Read other articles in the series here. This article was originally published on The Conversation. Read the original article. The main factors that contribute to how old we … Read More

Shrinking hole in the ozone layer shows what collective action can achieve - Guest Work

Guest Author Jul 06, 2016

By Anja Schmidt, University of Leeds and Ryan Neely, University of Leeds The hole in the ozone layer was first discovered in 1985 by scientists from the British Antarctic Survey, who described how ozone levels above the Antarctic were steadily dropping compared to the previous decade. This was quickly recognised as a severe environmental problem … Read More