GENEVA (AN) — The ozone layer is on track to recover within four decades, the U.N. environment and weather agencies reported, saying the global phaseout of ozone-depleting chemicals is helping to fight climate change.
A U.N.-backed panel of experts presented those findings on Monday to the American Meteorological Society’s annual meeting, the U.N. Environment Program and World Meteorological Organization said.
The U.N.-backed Scientific Assessment Panel to the Montreal Protocol on Ozone Depleting Substances publishes its assessment report once every four years.
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