ESA: Ozone Hole Is Shrinking

The European Space Agency claims that the Antarctic ozone layer hole has shrunk to a historic low due to CFC reductions.

New observations indicate that the hole in the ozone layer over Antarctica is shrinking. The European Space Agency announced that the ozone hole is shrinking to a record low. Scientists at the European Space Agency believe the increase to the ozone layer's health is due to the recent phase-out of CFCs.

In 2011, the federal government enacted new, ozone-friendly tech regulations; Fast Company also reported on changing smog regulations at the EPA.

[Image: NASA Goddard Space Flight Center]

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