I do, Ozone depletion is a result of the release of atomic halogens. These halocarbons are released from surface materials known as refrigerants through a process known as photodissociation.
Ozone depletion is thought to have resulted in the recent decline of plankton populations in the ocean’s photic zone. The increased exposure to high intensity UVB rays due to ozone depletion is seen to result in the increase in skin cancer and cataracts among humans.
It is irrelevant what anyone here thinks – it is well established as scientific fact.
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