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OzoNews Volume XIX - 28 February 2019
United Nations Environment Programme

In this issue: 1. OzonAction second global inter-regional meeting, ‘Join the Experts’ sessions and parallel networks meetings for
national ozone officers 2. Ms. Inger Andersen of Denmark - Executive Director of the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP)
3. 2018 Quadrennial Assessments by EEAP and TOCs 4. UN Environment-OzonAction Joins World Refrigeration Day Partnership
5. ASHRAE/UNEP Lower-GWP Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Innovation Award 6. Zimbabwean scientists discover ‘ozone hole’ over South Africa 7. Ban of the use of Methyl Bromide as a fumigant for pests control in crops (Nigeria) 8. Piden no usar espumas con R-22 por daño a la salud (Bolivia) 9. R-22 leaks cost fisheries giant $24 million (USA) 10. CFC Certification Course via CARS OnDemand
11. Restricted refrigerant gas seized (Papua New Guinea) 12. More to be done for environment (Fiji) 13. Technical education teachers are trained to obtain an environmental license in refrigeration (Bahrain) 14. NatRefs can improve food retail store sustainability
15. Kyrgyz lawmakers eyeing adoption of protocol to agreement on movement of substances that deplete ozone layer 16. The REAL Alternatives 4 LIFE’s training and assessment now available in Spain


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OzoNews Volume XIX - 15 February 2019
United Nations Environment Programme

In this issue: 1. Scientific Assessment of Ozone Depletion 2018: Full Report Now Available. 2. Study provides more evidence of the recovering Antarctic ozone hole. 3. ASHRAE/UNEP Lower-GWP Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Innovation Award. 4. Women in science for ozone protection. 5. Rwanda’s ambitious plan for clean and efficient cooling. 6. Effects of climate change felt in Zimbabwe - MPs urged to take lead in finding solutions. 7. Protecting the ozone: Jamaica’s refrigeration industry. 8. Cutting HFCs and other SLCPs is a top sustainable business trend for 2019 - Report. 9. Permit to pollute withdrawn after North Carolina community pushes back
10. UK to support nitrogen research in India. 11. Oman ratified international conventions on the mitigation of the effects of manufactured chemicals. 12. UN, Turkmenistan implementing joint project to reduce ozone-depleting substances. 13. 'Europe's first' professional school for HVAC&R technicians has opened in greater Milan, Italy. 14. Alternative refrigerants e-learning platform is now live in 15 languages. 15. Swedish treatment operators for cooling and freezing appliances are required to comply with the CENELEC EN50625-series.


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OzonAction: Protecting our atmosphere for generations to come - 25 Years of the Montreal Protocol
United Nations Environment Programme

The OzonAction Special Issue (OASI) features articles from international experts on many important issues including the celebrations of 25 years of the Montreal Protocol. OASI is the mouthpiece of 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. OASI is produced by the UNEP DTIE OzonAction Branch and financially supported by the Multilateral Fund for the Implementation of the Montreal Protocol.


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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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