Yes and no. The ozone layer is actually reproducing itself and being destroyed constantly by the Sun’s ultraviolet rays, but the two balance out naturally to keep a stable ozone layer. Our own air pollution throws of this balance, with chemicals like chlorine and bromine combining to widen holes in the ozone layer more so than normal, tipping the balance in destruction’s favor. By not putting these harmful chemicals in the atmosphere, the balance can be restored, and the holes can heal over time. Simply trying to produce more ozone though at this point in time is impractical, as we don’t even have enough energy to produce enough on large enough scales. For the time being, clean renewable energy for our cars and industry is our best bet, letting the earth heal itself in time without being aggravated by carbon byproducts.
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