According to the report prepared by 230 scientists from 30 countries under the United Nations, it was announced that the ozone layer is on the way to recovery and can return to its former state in 20-40 years.
According to the report, which is published every four years under the leadership of the United Nations Environment Program and discusses the developments in the Montreal Protocol, the steps taken revealed that the damage done to the ozone layer by humans has been brought to a reversible point.
According to this report, published by the World Meteorological Organization, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, and the European Commission with the contributions of approximately 230 scientists from 30 countries, the ozone layer returns to its 1980 values in 2040 before the hole appeared, and the same situation occurs in Antarctica in 2066, in the North. At the Pole, it is expected to take place in 2045. Thanks to the shrinkage of the hole in the ozone layer, it is predicted that the world’s global warming will be prevented by 0.5-1C.