When and why is the International Day for the Preservation of the Ozone Layer commemorated?

On September 16 of each year it was proclaimed by the United Nations General Assembly as the International Day for the Preservation of the Ozone Layer, which is part of the actions to protect the ozone layer, which is being destroyed by warming global.

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The date for commemoration was established by the UN in Resolution 49/114 of 1994.

The objective of this day is to raise awareness for the taking of measures to control the total world production and the consumption of substances that deplete it, in order to eliminate them, based on the progress of scientific knowledge and technological information, in addition to contributing to the fight against climate change.

For its part, the National Human Rights Commission considers that, in order to achieve the enjoyment and enjoyment of the human right to a healthy environment, it is necessary “the proper management and control of chemicals that destroy the ozone layer it is part of the conditions that allow a considerable and dignified life for the population ”.

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