May 2015 Blog Posts (2)

The History of the Ozone Hole

Background

Sensational loss of ozone in the lower stratosphere over Antarctica was initially perceived in the 1970s by an examination bunch from the British Antarctic Survey (BAS) who were checking the air above Antarctica from an exploration station much like the photo to one side.

The research & information on ozone

Fables have it that when the first estimations were taken in 1985, the drop in ozone levels in the stratosphere was dramatic to…

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Added by Sameer Ali on May 13, 2015 at 11:54am — No Comments

Reflections on Day One of the Global Young Researchers Lab

How I feel after years of youth organizing and advocacy work: are youth really empowered in decision-making processes? Do policies really reflect their needs and realities? Working with young people and representing young people in global conferences can often feel individually rewarding but ultimately ineffective.

Hence the reason why I decided to participate in an innovative research-advocacy project called The Case For Space. This research project is a joint partnership between…

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Added by Ann Phoebe Hao on May 6, 2015 at 2:16pm — No Comments

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