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Tunza vol. 5 no. 4: islands
United Nations Environment Programme

UNEP magazine for youth.


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2008

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Ozzy ozone Defender of Our Planet - Issue No. 4: Ozzy Goes Island Hopping
United Nations Environment Programme

In this story Ozzy and Zoe Ozone travel from the stratosphere to visit their friends Alida, the leatherback turtle||Guno, the sand crab and Ronaldo, the red snapper in Suriname to learn about the effects of climate change in small islands and low-lying coastal states. They also journey to Fiji to meet Tau, the crested iguana to learn about the importance of phasing out HCFCs, which are gases used to replace ozone depleting substances but themselves can contribute significantly to climate change. At the end of their travels they meet Frank the Frog and Maakanaa, the Grey Heron in the Maldives to learn some simple actions that young people can take in their daily lives to help protect the ozone layer and diminish the impacts of climate change.


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Korea Environmental Policy Bulletin - Allbaro (Online Waste Disposal Verification System)
Republic of Korea, Ministry of Environment

In 1999, the Korean Ministry of Environment (MOE) introduced a waste disposal verification system to prevent illegal waste disposal. When the system was first introduced, paper vouchers were used. The system allowed establishing the basis of pursuing legal action against illegal waste management businesses by tracking the disposal process and methods using paper vouchers. However, there were many problems shown in the process. It was inconvenient for waste generators, transporters, and disposers to process them at the site and ended up being overly time consuming because the vouchers were written by hand and mailed. In addition, there were limitations for administrative bodies to prevent illegal treatment, since they were not able to track them during the entire process, and it was also difficult to confirm the 26 million vouchers issued every year. In response to the above mentioned problems, MOE began devising new techniques and systems to solve the problems and keep track of the waste disposal process in real time. As a result, Allbaro, an online waste disposal verification system was developed.


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