Ozone day:Nature is the art of God. Everyone will go through the feelings like pleasant, delightful, blissful when they heard the word “Nature”. Because of the strong bondage between Nature and all living beings. This relation is protected by the “Ozone”. Ozone protects us from the harmful rays which come from the Sun. Human is the most dangerous threat to the Ozone. Human is the responsible for the destruction of the Ozone layer. world Ozone day, the day which reminds us that we can protect ourselves by protecting the Ozone layer.
World Ozone day was introduced by United Nations General Assembly. It has been celebrated since 1994. It is celebrated all over the world. It is aimed to spread the awareness on the depletion of Ozone layer and also about the preservation of Ozone. It is celebrated every year on September 16.
We are able to survive on the Earth because of the Ozone. Ozone acts as a protective layer which prevents falling harmful rays from the Sun to the Earth. Ozone is actually a shield for the Earth. By destroying the Ozone we are pushing ourselves into Danger Zone. If it continues like that it leads to a question for life on the Earth. 24 representatives from different countries attended the conference which held in 1987. All countries agreed that it is the responsibility of everyone to protect the Ozone which is highly destroyed by the pollution. The protocol which consists the precautions to preserve Ozone formed in this conference. It is called Montreal Protocol. All the countries were signed on the Montreal Protocol.
Ozone is one of the five layers which surrounds the Earth. The consequences of the Harmful Human activities towards the Environment leads to the depletion of Ozone layer. Increasing percentage of greenhouse gases leads to develop Global Warming. Due to global warming, the temperature of the Earth increases day by day. Ozone depletion is one of the reasons for Global warming. Indiscriminate use of natural results will give bad repercussions. Probably still we have a chance to save our nature.