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Africa Office Newsletter - May-June 2018
United Nations Environment Programme
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OzoNews Volume XVII 15-30 July 2017
United Nations Environment Programme

In this issue : 1. Summary of the 39th Meeting of the Open-Ended Working Group of the Parties to the Montreal Protocol on Substances that Deplete the Ozone Layer 2. New Initiative Announced to Address Growing Challenge of Providing Cooling Solutions for All 3. OzonAction at OEWG 39 - Side Event on Sustainable RAC Technologies for Marine and Offshore Fisheries Sector 4. OzonAction-ASHRAE Launch the Refrigerant Literacy e-Learning Course – OEWG 39 5. Advancing Technology & Cooperation to Reduce Short-lived Climate Pollutants 6. International Photo Contest Dedicated to Climate Change and Protection of the Ozone Layer.


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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 I - 5 May 2000
United Nations Environment Programme

In this issue:
1- Vienna Convention Completes 15 Years
2- 'CUTS' Hits on Double Standards
3- HVAC Industry Should Anticipate Phaseout
4- Campaign Declares CFC-Free Inhalers Effective


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OzoNews Volume XIX - 15 October 2019
United Nations Environment Programme

In this issue:
1. Kigali Amendment latest ratifications
2. Ozone hole vigilance still required
3. Ozone layer viewpoints: from observation to public protection
4. Adopt ozone and climate friendly technologies - Kenya
5. First female technician in Western Cape [South Africa] to receive training in Bavaria
6. Prohibited ODS goods still exported (Fiji)
7. South-south cooperation looks to strengthen Pacific partnership
8. Customs seizes refrigerant chemicals worth P4m
9. National Halon Bank Environmental Policy- Australia
10. Poland takes decisive action against illegal trade of hydrofluorocarbons
11. Guidelines for safe handling flammable refrigerants - Asercom
12. Cooling is essential to modern life and it makes people’s lives better - AREA Vision 2025
13. ASHRAE Learning Institute offers training in Europe
14. Ozone layer protection on the agenda of Grenada Customs and Excise Division


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OzoNews Volume III - 26 August 2002
United Nations Environment Programme

SPECIAL ISSUE WORLD SUMMIT ON SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT

In this issue:
1- On the Environment, It Isn't all Bad News (The Johannesburg Summit)
2- Methyl Bromide Project on WSSD's Virtual Exhibit (a joint UNEP / NGO initiative)
3- Ten Successes and Ten Failures
4- Contribution of Southern NGOs in Implementing Multilateral Environment Agreements in Developing Countries
5- “SolarChill” Prototype Exhibited at WSSD


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OzoNews Volume III - 15 April 2002
United Nations Environment Programme

In this issue:
1- Study Contract on Consumption of Ozone Depleting Substances (European Union)
2- New Nanocomposite Technology Promises to Replace CFCs in Foams
3- Call on Manufacturers to Improve Handling of Chlorofluorocarbons (Japan)


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