Ozone Hole Smallest Since 1988

The hole in Earth’s radiation-absorbing ozone layer has shrunk to its smallest size since 1988, which scientists credited to laws restricting ozone-depleting pollutants. What do you think?

“I noticed! It looks great.”

 Cindy Loveness • Biography Authorizer


“It’s hard to believe my hair has gone that long without an aerosol tease.”

Jake Kaiser • Cone Stacker

“Sorry, but I’m a little rusty on how to react to good news about the environment.”

Aaron Mulligan • Systems Analyst