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GEO Matters - October 2017
United Nations Environment Programme

Monthly Global Environment Outlook Newsletter


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GEO Matters - March 2020
United Nations Environment Programme

Covid-19 has put lives in danger all over the world and left many of us at home dealing with a different routine, which many are struggling to get used to. However, even though many of us are facing difficult situations, this can be an opportunity to start reflecting on our impact on the environment and find ways to reduce our footprint. It can be a moment to plan to make our daily routines more sustainable when things return to normal. As many studies show, this pandemic is also the result of climate change and the constant threat posed on wildlife and biodiversity as a whole. During these times, young people are at home, more connected across social media than ever. They are the ones that have the power to bring about transformative change for not only when they are able to leave their houses again but also now.


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NOWPAP Quarterly - The First Quarter of 2017
United Nations Environment Programme, Northwest Pacific Action Plan

Highlights of Progress of NOWPAP Regional Activity Centers (RACs)


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OzoNews Volume XX - 15 April 2020
United Nations Environment Programme

In this issue: -- UNEP’s Statement on the COVID-19 global pandemic --
1. OzonAction’s iPIC system helps prevent an illegal shipment of 72 tonnes of HCFC-22
2. UNEP OzonAction Encourages Everyone to Celebrate World Refrigeration Day 2020
3. Message from the UN Environment, Ozone Secretariat on COVID-19
4. Upgrades to the Ozone Secretariat website
5. Unusual ozone hole opens over the Arctic
6. Long phased-out refrigeration and insulation chemicals still widely in use and warming the climate
7. 2020 Asia Environmental Enforcement Awards
8. Coronavirus doesn’t stop RAC training: first of its kind experience of online F-Gas training and certification connect Qatar and Italy
9. U.S. Appeals Court in D.C. restores limitations on super-polluting HFCs
10. The California Air Resources Board announced recipients of the 2019 Haagen-Smit Clean Air Awards
11. NASRC announces new incentives program for natural refrigerants
12. ASHRAE Offers Course on the Role of HVAC Systems on Infection Control
13. Prepare for the trend of flammable refrigerants in commercial refrigeration - Webinar
14. How to work safely in times of Covid-19: Useful tips for RAC technicians


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OzoNews Volume XX - 30 May 2020
United Nations Environment Programme

In this issue:
-- Invitation to Join UNEP-UNIDO-ASHRAE Webinar on Alternative Refrigerants for High Ambient Temperature Countries --
1. IIR and UNEP OzonAction release the French and Spanish versions of the ‘Cold Chain
Technology Briefs’
2. Lower-GWP Refrigeration & Air Conditioning Innovation Award
3. Overview for the meetings of the ozone treaties in 2020-2021
4. UNEP OzonAction Encourages Everyone to Celebrate World Refrigeration Day 2020
5. Mass Extinction Event Caused by Erosion of the Ozone Layer
6. Environmentally friendly, energy-efficient refrigerators and room ACS to become
accessible in Ghana through ECOFRIDGES program
7. Tackling the cooling challenge with a chiller efficiency policy in India
8. Scientists find a high hydrofluorocarbon emissions intensity in the Yangtze River
Delta region
9. Exec gets prison for banned chemical (China)
10. Instituciones de gobierno participan en videoconferencia sobre el Protocolo de
Montreal
11. Changes to Environmental Provisions of the USMCA Trade Agreement
12. Atmospheric and Health Effects Framework Model Estimating Ultraviolet Radiationinduced Health Effects
13. Track legal obligations with the new EU Chemicals Legislation Finder
14. Digital Tools for RAC Servicing - Remote Control at the Time of Lockdown - Webinar
15. Test your HVAC&R knowledge in Star’s Weekly Quiz


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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 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 - 10 December 2001
United Nations Environment Programme

In this issue:
1- World Bank to Finance Projects to Protect the Ozone Layer
2- Japan’s ASAHI Glass to Recycle Ozone-Depleting HCFCS
3- Antarctic Environment Report Read in Opposing Ways
4- New British Antarctic Survey (BAS) Webpage Address


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OzoNews Volume III - 23 July 2002
United Nations Environment Programme

In this issue:
1- EU Demands Proof States Are Protecting Ozone Layer
2- Ozone Depletion and Antarctic Weather
3- EPA Gives Roche Bitter Pill -- $220,000 Fine (USA)


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OzoNews Volume II - 15 January 2001
United Nations Environment Programme

In this issue:
1. Global Coalition Urges China to Control Sales of Methyl Bromide
2. Strawberry Fields May Not Be Forever
3. Montreal Protocol Gets More Muscle


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