I do not believe that humanity should ease up on environmental rules now with the ozone closing. It has taken so long for this to happen and now that it is we should keep the same environmental rules in place. Perhaps if we do we may see other benefits other than just the ozone closing.
Yes, humanity should ease up on the environmental rules now with the ozone hole closing, because the ozone hole didn't turn out to be the big problem that we all thought that it was. We are probably overreacting to the next problems, which is global warming. Humans can't control nature.
Humanity should not ease up on environmental rules with ozone hole closing. The hole in the ozone layer has been shrinking lately, but it is not clear if this shrinking will completely close the hole. The shrinking is accredited to warmer air in the upper atmosphere, but humanity should enforce environmental rules to prevent the ozone hole from re-opening.
Years ago, when the threat of ozone depletion was clear and movements to prevent increased damage were gaining momentum, a threat was imminent, and humanity promptly challenged that threat and defeated it. However, once this threat is avoided, is it prudent to sit back and ignore any future threats? No. If we become complacent now, the environmental consequences will return again, and this time it might be too late to stop.
I think that just because the ozone hole is starting to close it doesn't mean we should let up on the regulations and policies in place, less carbon emissions and less pollution in general is good for the environment and the overall health of the global population, I think we should continue with any rules we have in place now.