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Ozone day is celebrated every year on the 16th of September, it is seen as an international day of call for the protection and preservation of ozone layer. It was introduced by two French physicists, Charles Fabry and Henri Buisson. British meteorologist G.M.B. Dabson developed the world’s first spectrometer which could measure stratospheric ozone form the ground. Between 1928 to 1958 Dobson established a worldwide network of ozone monitoring stations which continue to operate to this day.

Hamraah foundation celebrates World Ozone Day, the program is being supported by the Ministry of Health Sciences, Government of India.

Ozone layer is the upper layer of the atmosphere which shield the earth from harmful ultraviolet radiation and depletion of ozone layer will lead to harmful  UV rays penetration the earth’s atmosphere and reaching the earth’s surface. Excess exposure of UV rays will cause a number of serious health risks and sometimes even skin cancer and eye cataracts. Over the recent past the recent past the thickness of the ozone layer had considerably reduced an in some places there are ozone holes being formed.

The event organised focuses on educating people about the ways through which they can restore back the ozone layer and also the how to prevent depletion of the same. They are encouraged to use eco-friendly appliances which does not emit greenhouse gases like chlorofluorocarbons.

The main aim of celebrating Ozone Day is to send out a message to every individual that, we as environmental stewards need to realise the fact that our planet is in danger and we need to protect it from further destruction. Our planet is in crises due to global warming, overpopulation and other critical environmental issues. Every person on earth shares the responsibility to do as much as they can to preserve the planet’s finite natural resources today and for the future generations.

Through this activity a sense of responsibility shall be inculcated in the students. Children are our future leaders and caretakers of the society at large. As they grow, it is most important to make them aware so that they evolve into mature adults with clear vision and take appropriate decisions in order to make the most judicious use of the earth’s natural resources for a substantial future.