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Why you don’t hear about the ozone layer anymore


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In the ’80s, scientists discovered there was a hole in the ozone over the South Pole. Projections suggested it would collapse by 2050, increasing skin cancer rates, harming crops, and destroying the marine food chain. The situation was dire. So, why don't we hear about the ozone layer anymore? Vox breaks down how we managed to fix this huge problem.

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