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OzoNews Volume I - 6 October 2000
United Nations Environment Programme

In this issue:
1. Ozone Hole Stretches Over S. America
2. NASA Science News, 02 October 2000
3. Ozone Layer Can Recover, Just Not Right Now
4. Commerical Bakery Agrees $3.5 Million Fine for Ozone-Depleting Gas Emissions


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OzoNews Volume II - 9 April 2001
United Nations Environment Programme
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OzoNews Volume III - 17 December 2002
United Nations Environment Programme

In this issue:
1- Three Indicted in $2M Fraud Ring (USA)
2- Atmospheric Waves Help Shrink Ozone Hole
3- Eco Logic Completes Successful CFC Destruction Tests (Canada)
4- 'I Care About You, and I Care About the Earth!" (USA)


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OzoNews Volume V - 24 May 2005
United Nations Environment Programme

In this Issue: 1- Growing Ozone Hole “Hangover” 2- Namibia to Throw out CFCs by 2008 3- DuPont Agrees to Replace Ozone Depleting Refrigerant 4- Coalition Warns against Hydrocarbon Refrigerants 5- Green Customs Training Workshop, Damascus, Syria


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OzonAction Special Issue 2009 - 2010 and Then?
United Nations Environment Programme

The OzonAction Special Issue (OASI) features articles from international experts on many important issues related to the Montreal Protocol. A special issue dedicated to stratospheric ozone and climate change related issues and the implementation of the Montreal Protocol, providing the most recent information on ozone protection activities from industry, governments, NGOs and international organizations. It is devoted to current topics of particular interest to Article 5 countries, i.e. maximizing climate benefits from ozone protection activities.


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OzoNews Volume XIX - 15 January 2019
United Nations Environment Programme

In this issue: 1. World takes a stand against powerful greenhouse gases with implementation of Kigali Amendment 2. Report of the eighty-second meeting of the Executive Committee 3. Global agreement addressing ozone depletion will also bring large climate benefits 4. Rwanda launches centre to measure global warming gases 5. Morocco successfully launches satellite to study the ozone layer 6. UNDP and WALTON join hands to save Ozone Layer (Bangladesh) 7. UNIDO, Italy support small manufacturers in Iran to comply with global environmental agreements 8. New Zealand introduces HFC gas permit scheme 9. MOPIA aiming to strengthen Manitoba’s ODS regulation (Canada) 10. Be smart about your air conditioner 11. Kigali amendment to phase down HFCs (EU) 12. F-Gas phase-down schedule will be maintained post-Brexit 13. HFC : une aide financière dès maintenant pour remplacer ceux visés par la F-Gas (France)


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OzoNews Volume XVII - 15 May 2017
United Nations Environment Programme

1. Kigali Amendment: 3 Parties to the Montreal Protocol Have Ratified 2. The Kigali Amendment to the Montreal Protocol - Opportunities and Next Steps – OzonAction video 3. 79th Meeting of the Executive Committee of the Multilateral Fund for the Montreal Protocol Implementation, Bangkok, Thailand, 3-7 July 2017 4. The Ozone Awards 2017: Call for Nominations 5. « Caring for All Life under the Sun” Theme and Logo for 30th Anniversary of the Montreal Protocol and International Ozone Day 2017 6. Gambia Institute Launches Natural Refrigerants Training [...]


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UNEP Digital Metrics - December 2017
United Nations Environment Programme
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OzoNews Volume II - 30 July 2001
United Nations Environment Programme

In this issue:
1. Michigan Man Indicted on Conspiracy, Illegal Monetary Transaction, False Statement Charges (USA)
2. Drivers Face Costly Retrofit After CFC Ban (Canada)
3. Sun, Sea and Plankton (UK)
4. Parasols Fake UV Protection Claims (China)


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The Montreal Protocol and the Sustainable Development Goals - OzonAction Scoop No. 5 October 2019
United Nations Environment Programme

At first sight, it may seem odd to link the Montreal Protocol, signed in 1987, with the SDGs that were only agreed in 20153. In fact, the additional benefits of the Montreal Protocol and its link to development have been explicit from the very start of global ozone protection policy.


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