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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 V - 26 April 2005
United Nations Environment Programme

In this issue: 1- Multilateral Fund Plans Activities Valued at US $244.5 Million in 2005 2- Summary for Policymakers of the IPCC/TEAP Special Report 3- China Pledges Stronger Efforts in Phasing out Ozone Depleting Substances 4- Asia and the Pacific Region Already Reduced CFC Consumption by Half 5- EU Commission Pursues Legal Action against Ireland 6- Visteon Outlines Progress in Developing Advanced R744 Climate Systems for Vehicles


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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 III - 18 February 2002
United Nations Environment Programme

In this issue:
1- EPA is Allocating Essential-Use Allowances for Import and Production of Class I Stratospheric Ozone Depleting Substances (ODSs) for Calendar Year 2002
2- Skin Cancer has Tripled Since 1960s
3- Exploding Star Strafed Earth


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OzoNews Volume III - 7 January 2002
United Nations Environment Programme

In this issue:
1- China Bans Cars with Freon Air Conditioners
2- Workshop on Montreal Protocol Held
3- Magnetic Refrigerator Gets Down and Homey
4- CFC Gas Smuggling in Poor Nations Poses Threat to Ozone Layer


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UN Environment Africa Office Newsletter July-August 2018
United Nations Environment Programme

UN Environment Africa Office Newsletter July-August 2018


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OzoNews Volume XVIII - 30 October 2018
United Nations Environment Programme

1. NEW OzonAction smartphone application: Good Servicing: Flammable Refrigerants Quick Guide
2. NEW OzonAction smartphone application: Refrigerant Identifier Video Series
3. National Ozone and Customs Officers in SADC region hold twinning workshop and Border Dialogues (South Africa)
4. South Asia and South-East Asia Ozone and Customs Officers strengthen import-export controls of Ozone Depleting Substances and for future controls under Kigali Amendment
5. Bhutan National Environment Commission confident to phase out ozone-depleting substance HCFCs by 2025 [...]


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OzoNews Volume XIX - 30 March 2019
United Nations Environment Programme

In this issue:
1. Farewell to Shamila Nair-Bedouelle
2. Implications of constant CFC-11 concentrations for the future ozone layer
3. Helping enforcement catch up with environmental laws
4. Colossal barocaloric effects in plastic crystals
5. ASHRAE/UNEP Lower-GWP Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Innovation Award
6. Sustainability in Africa’s maritime industry
7. Development of a National Cooling Plan for Trinidad and Tobago
8. The Naturally Cool Movement
9. Ozone depleting substances turn-in procedures (USA)
10. A Case for Closing the Case: Retro-Fitting Open Refrigeration - Upcoming US EPA GreenChill Webinar
11. Practicing energy saving to protect ozone layer (Vietnam)
12. Bahrain discuss with Japan the development of a center for the studies of the HVAC sector
13. EFCTC introduces illegal refrigerant reporting “hotline”


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OzoNews Volume V - 11 October 2005
United Nations Environment Programme

In this issue:
1- New Index Provides Benchmark for Atmospheric Greenhouse Gases
2- Melanoma, a Rising Threat to Children
3- Airlines Chart a New Course to Manage Halons for Critical Fire-fighting Applications
4- New Ozone Hole over Czech Republic and Germany and Neighbouring Areas Poses Health Risk
5- Hungary meets EU regulations protecting the ozone layer
Special announcement: The 2006 Stratospheric Ozone Protection Award


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OzoNews Volume II - 7 August 2001
United Nations Environment Programme

In this issue:
1. Five Men Charged in Multi-Million Dollar Scheme to Illegally Import Ozone-Depleting Substances into the U.S.
2. Japan Draws up Strategy for Managing Ozone-Depleting CFCs
3. Stormy Space Weather Takes a Toll on Ozone
4. YOUR OPINION MATTERS!


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