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Could this be the greatest news for Earth and mankind 2023 beyond?

A scientific assessment of ozone depletion 2022 conducted by international organizations and government agencies says the ozone is healing.  The document's executive summary identifies the highlights including -Major achievement of the Montreal Protocol, -Current scientific and policy changes, -Future policy considerations.

Could this be the greatest news for Earth and mankind 2023 beyond?

A scientific assessment of ozone depletion 2022 conducted by international organizations and government agencies says the ozone is healing. 

The document's executive summary identifies the highlights including

-Major achievement of the Montreal Protocol,

-Current scientific and policy changes,

-Future policy considerations.

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Unknown said…
Every fixture and disaster on Earth has solution. We created them, no, there are few cases and it's always the same. The question is willingness to do it scrupulously and decisively. However, they get lost most of the time for a very obvious reason. You know why.

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