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OzoNews Volume II - 18 June 2001
United Nations Environment Programme

In this issue:
1. Did hotel break ozone rules? EPA complaint seeks $216,600 from Airport Inn
2. Government of India Aid to Phase out Ozone Depleting Chemicals
3. A Plan for the Sky


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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 XIX - 30 December 2019
United Nations Environment Programme

In this issue:
1. Kigali Amendment latest ratifications
2. Sound Management of Refrigerants (SI), 6.5 PDHs, and Refrigerants Literacy (SI), 4.5 PDHs
3. Reduction in surface climate change achieved by the 1987 Montreal Protocol
4. 2019 Global status report for buildings and construction
5. Maldives and Sri Lanka upgrade RAC skills through the Refrigerant Driving License (RDL) Programme
6. En pleine expansion, la climatisation pose un défi majeur
7. Kyrgyzstan joins ozone-depleting substances movement agreement of The Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU)
8. R-22 Refrigerant phaseout arrives in 2020 - The move to ban R-22 refrigerant is nearly complete. What happens next?
9. Phasing out HCFC refrigerants to protect the ozone layer what you need to know when servicing or replacing an air conditioner in your home


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OzonAction Scoop No. 1 - November 2017
United Nations Environment Programme

A tri-annual newsletter by UN Environment Ozonaction under the Multilateral Fund for the Implementation of the Montreal Protocol.


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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 V - 2 August 2005
United Nations Environment Programme

In this issue:

1- Ozzy Ozone Brings Environmental Messages to the World's Children
2- EPA Bans Ozone-Depleting Chemicals (Ghana)
3- New Research is Quantifying Environmental Benefits of Appliance Insulation
4- Eclipse Introduces New Chemical Fire-Suppression System
5- RAL Questions WEEE Directive "Weakness" on Fridge Recycling


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OzoNews Volume XIX - 30 September 2019
United Nations Environment Programme

In this issue:
1. New research proves Montreal Protocol successful
2. Biarritz pledge for fast action on efficient cooling
3. HFOs how much is too much?
4. HALO mission investigates ozone depletion and processes affecting our climate
5. Training workshop of national ozone officers from Western, Eastern, Northern and Southern regions of the Africa Anglophone Network in Ghana
6. Mongolia organises first Ozone2Climate technologies Roadshow and industry roundtable
7. Việt Nam to reduce 35% HCFCs consumption by 2024
8. Belarus to stop importing ozone-depleting substances as from 2020
9. Turkmenistan holds workshop on preventing illegal trade of ozone-depleting substances
10. La moitié des réfrigérateurs usagés ne sont pas dirigés vers les centres agréés (Belgium)
11. Recovery, recycling, regeneration, storage and destruction of ODSs used for fire protection sector in the Czech Republic
12. Participation sought for survey on low-GWP refrigerants
13. Jamaica training for refrigeration technicians in use of non-ozone depleting substances
14. R22 Refrigerant is set to expire beginning in 2020, what to consider for the coming year


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OzoNews Volume III - 27 May 2002
United Nations Environment Programme

In this issue:
1- Ozone Layer Could Recover by 2040
2- Taking Care of Our Ozone Layer (Yemen)
3- New Product Receives Commendation from Halon Alternatives Research Corp.


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OzoNews Volume III - 11 February 2002
United Nations Environment Programme

In this issue:
1- Tropical Air Thins European Ozone Layer by 30 pct (UK)
2- Despite the Bickering Over the Kyoto Protocol, Progress Has Been Made in One Area -
Reducing Ozone Depletion
3- Integrated Pest Management Becoming Popular Among Farmers (Bangladesh)


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OzoNews Volume XVIII - 15 October 2018
United Nations Environment Programme

A fortnightly electronic news update on ozone and climate protection and implementation of the Montreal Protocol brought to you by OzonAction.


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