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Get the answer from the frequently asked queries (FAQs) developed by Neutronics for better using the Refrigerant Identifiers commonly supplied in HPMPs projects. The FAQs is intended to help better management of the trade in ODS, taking into consideration that these identifiers are always used to document the cases of fraud and counterfeited illegal trade shipments. Read more
The United Nations Environment Programme, the Climate and Clean Air Coalition to Reduce Short-Lived Climate Pollutants, the United States of America, and the Alliance for Responsible Atmospheric Policy are pleased to announce the Advancing Ozone & Climate Protection Technologies: Food Cold Chain to be held July 18, 2015, Paris, France. Read more
Goyang City, 10 March 2015 – The “Joint Network Meeting of Ozone Officers of South Asia and Southeast Asia and the Pacific” has commenced today, in Goyang City, with National Ozone Officers (NOOs) from 21 countries. The meeting hosted by the Government of the Republic of Korea is being organised as part of the UNEP Compliance Assistance Programme (CAP) funded by the Multilateral Fund for the Implementation of the Montreal Protocol. Read more
The main purpose of this Guide on Good Practices: Phasing-out HCFCs in the Refrigeration and Air-conditioning Servicing Sector is to provide National Ozone Units and refrigeration and air-conditioning training institutes with a standardised module for delivering training programme under HCFC Phase-out Management Plan. It could be used together with web-based slides and interactive animated exercise. The publication can serve as a guide for other multilateral environmental agreements to also think globally and act locally.
Phasing out HCFCs in the Phasing out HCFCs in the Small and Medium-sized Foam Enterprises. This booklet aims to assist the foam enterprises, especially SMEs, to better understand the policies on HCFC phase-out, access to assistance from the Multilateral Fund for the Implementation of the Montreal Protocol and access alternative technologies in different foam applications taking into account challenges in converting to alternative technology. It also discusses some tips on how to identify enterprises that possibly use HCFCs and verify HCFCs consumption of the enterprises. Read more
Chicago, 26 January 2015, ASHRAE (founded as the American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers) and the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) OzonAction have launched their fourth biennial work plan for 2015-2016, based on a global cooperation agreement signed in 2007, at ASHRAE’s 2015 Winter Conference held in Chicago, IL on 24-28 January 2015. Read more
Kabul, 26 January 2015 - The National Ozone Unit (NOU) of Afghanistan and Afghanistan Customs Department (ACD) celebrated the “International Customs Day” at the Afghanistan Customs Department Head Quarter in Kabul. Following the 2015 theme which is “Coordinated Border Management”, the National Ozone Unit utilized the opportunity to focus on the management of Ozone Depleting Substances (ODS) and their imports and transits from the neighboring countries. Read more
avoided due to the success of the Montreal Protocol on Substances that Deplete the Ozone Layer in controlling ozone depletion, according to the newly published "Environmental Effects of Ozone Depletion and its Interactions with Climate Change: 2014 Assessment" report, produced by the Environmental Effects Assessment Panel (EEAP) of the Montreal Protocol, following its latest quadrennial assessment Read more | Download the Report
The Montreal Protocol has completed its quadrennial assessment in accordance with decision XXIII/13 of the Twenty-Third Meeting of the Parties to the Montreal Protocol. The report entitled “Scientific Assessment of Ozone Depletion: 2014”. Read/Download
Two New Publications Launched By GIZ: NAMAs in the refrigeration, air-conditioning and foam sectors 2013 and Green cooling initiative - market trends 2014
“The Antarctic Ozone Hole, An Update”, article in Physics Today, July 2014, Pg. 42-48, Authors: Anne R. Douglas, Paul A. Newman, Susan Solomon