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City emissions of carbon dioxide from transportation increase its concentration and destroy the trioxide molecules in the ozone.
The destruction of the the Earths ozone, contribute to climate change, which produces inconsistent weather patterns.
Climate Change may affect the biological processes in the Earth such as photosynthesis, which is vital for plant growth.
The destruction of the Earth's Ozone also results to global warming, which results to melting of the Glaciers found on earth Increasing sea levels.
This may imply to the rise of prices because of how it affects our resources such as agriculture and fishery!
So how should we protect the earth's ozone from greenhouse gasses such as Carbon Dioxide and CFC's?
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