Pocono Pines, PA, June 16, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- The Ozone Hole Inc has launched The 2012 Ozone Hole Campaign on Indiegogo.
The Ozone Hole Inc. is an organization dedicated to protecting the ozone layer, the climate and Earth's environment by educating and motivating the public through its internationally respected websites, (http://www.theozonehole.com) (launched 2004) and (http://www.earthlyissues.com) (launched 2010).
The http://www.theozonehole.com website is internationally known as the top destination on the Internet on ozone related issues. The website provides daily images and updates of the Ozone Hole from NASA, The British Antarctic Survey, The European Space Agency and Environment Canada and has a comprehensive database of information concerning ozone depletion, and is a unique and valuable educational resource. The websites contain information that is not available elsewhere and presents information in ways that encourages readers to explore the science and policy in detail. Clear illustrations, diagrams, videos and thorough descriptions provide information to a wide range of viewers, from the curious websurfer to the specialized atmospheric scientist. The website is ranked #1 on all major search engines.
The Ozone Hole website won a Montreal Protocol 20th Anniversary Public Awareness Award from The United Nations on September 16, 2007.
The Ozone Hole website won a 2006 Environmental Protection Agency Stratospheric Ozone Protection Award.
The http://www.earthlyissues.com website has a wide range of environmental and educational topics presented, contains articles, videos and photographs. Over 200 different subjects are presented. Each subject is thoroughly researched and constantly updated.
Currently the websites are being used as an educational tool worldwide by the general public, students, educators, scientists, governments and researchers. The vast majority of visitors are students aged 11-22 years old.
In 2011 the websites had 2 million visitors. To date 25 million people visited the websites (actual visitors not "hits")- People from all 50 states and 230 countries. Thousands of websites around the world have links to the websites.