Climate Progress (9-21-12) reports that it is 25 years since we saved the ozone layer by signing the Montreal Protocol. If we can save the ozone layer, then we can save the climate:
Climate change is not the first planetary pollution crisis we have faced. That distinction belongs to the depletion of the earth’s protective ozone layer.
This Sunday marks the 25th anniversary of the signing of the world’s most successful environmental treaty, the Montreal Protocol. That’s the treaty that saved the ozone layer, saved millions of lives, and avoided a global catastrophe. [Full story.]