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Scientists have confirmed that the ozone layer is healing

The Montreal Protocol has itself been a phenomenally successful climate treaty. Image: Unsplash/ ActionVance

Paul Young

Associate Professor of Victorian Literature and Culture, , University of Exeter

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The Antarctic ozone hole recorded at its greatest extent in September 2006.
The Antarctic ozone hole recorded at its greatest extent in September 2006. Image: NASA
Plants would take up much less carbon worldwide by the late 21st century if CFC use continued unabated.
Plants would take up much less carbon worldwide by the late 21st century if CFC use continued unabated. Image: Young et al. (2021)/Nature
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