The Ozone Dies MAG

January 4, 2016
By speckofdust, San Jose, California
speckofdust, San Jose, California
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Ozone depletion is a serious environmental problem, because holes in the atmosphere let in more UV rays that lead to skin cancer and cataracts. Over the past century, the ozone layer in the atmosphere has been breaking down due to the abundance of chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs). CFCs are a compound commonly found in aerosol cans and refrigerators. This work portrays how by manufacturing products with CFCs and thus depleting the ozone layer, humans are leading to their own eventual death. The spray can and the refrigerators are all harming the man, but he appears oblivious to the damage that will eventually lead to his death.

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