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OzoNews Volume III - 16 July 2002
United Nations Environment Programme

In this issue:
1- Man Sentenced In CFCs Scheme
2- Philippines May Take Australia To WTO on Fruit Exports
3- Keeping Cool a Hot Topic
4- The National Diet of Japan Enacts Auto Recycling Legislation


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OzoNews Volume XVIII - 15 May 2018
United Nations Environment Programme

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


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OzoNews Volume XVII, 15 February 2017
United Nations Environment Programme

Report of the 77th Meeting of the Executive Committee of the Multilateral Fund for the Implementation of Montreal Protocol 2. 10th Meeting of the Ozone Research Managers to be Held in Geneva, Switzerland, 28 - 30 March 2017. Related documents now available 3. Sustainable Management of Refrigeration Technologies in Marine and Off-Shore Fisheries Sectors, 6-8 April 2017, Bangkok, Thailand 4. Refrigerants with Low Global Warming Potential 5. HFCs Linger in Ocean Longer than in Atmosphere: report [...]


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OzoNews Volume XIX - 30 July 2019
United Nations Environment Programme

In this issue:
1. Update on new refrigerants designations and safety classifications - factsheet
2. Why do Antarctic Ozone recovery trends vary?
3. Architecture and financing models for efficient cooling alongside the Montreal Protocol - Discussion paper
4. The role of refrigeration in the global economy
5. Montreal Protocol and Legal Experts from Southern African Development Community countries team up for Kigali Amendment
6. Training-workshop on refrigeration and air conditioning - Eritrea
7. Philippines on right track in global phaseout of HCFC
8. Protect your business: Buy refrigerants from safe sources!
9. Introduction to refrigeration standard EN 378
10. Revised Part 2 of the Guide to Good Commercial Refrigeration Practice series


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OzoNews Volume I - 28 July 2000
United Nations Environment Programme

In this issue:
1. Diplomats Discuss Ways to Reduce Damage.
2. Cuba Plans Campaign to Retire Antiquated Refrigerators.
3. The EU adopts a New Stricter Regulation on Ozone Depleting Substances.
4. EPA Finalizes Acceptability Decision on Halon Substitutes


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OzoNews Volume II - 14 May 2001
United Nations Environment Programme

In this issue:
1. British Antarctic Survey (BAS) Ozone Bulletin 04/00 - Annual Summary
2. Earth Losing Air-Cleansing Ability, Study Says


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OzoNews Volume II - 1 June 2001
United Nations Environment Programme

In this issue:
1. Father and Son Sentenced for Smuggling Freon
2. 4,000-Year-Old Technology Inspires Eco-Friendly Pest Control
3. Earth and Sky


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OzoNews Volume III - 29 October 2002
United Nations Environment Programme

In this issue:
1- International Project to Study Arctic Ozone Depletion Begins
2- Cipla to Supply CFC-Free Inhalers to German Firms
3- Alternatives to Methyl Bromide in Malawi


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OzoNews, Volume XIX, 15 December 2019 issue
United Nations Environment Programme

In this issue: 1. Kigali Amendment latest ratifications
2. Countries commit to protect the ozone layer and climate under the Montreal Protocol
3. Saving the ozone layer in 1987 slowed global warming
4. South African government and industry working together to speed up HFC phase down
5. Gambia National Environment Agency Executive Director challenges refrigeration technicians to redouble efforts against ozone depletion
6. Where does waste go on a small island?
7. Transforming Thailand's Cooling Sector with NatRefs
8. Fisheries Commission must consider climate change impact
9. Select repair shops must obtain license to operate in Oman
10. Commission publishes the results of the Ozone Evaluation
11. Kyrgyzstan strengthens border controls using X-ray equipment
12. Halon replacement in the aviation industry
13. Count on Cooling: A five-step approach to deliver sustainable cooling
14. La Guardia Civil investiga a 68 personas y 30 empresas por emisiones de gases de efecto invernadero (España)
15. “Formación a Formadores” nacionales en Costa Rica y El Salvador
16. Trabajadores del Minec reciben formación sobre sustancias agotadoras de la capa de ozono en Cojedes (Venezuela)
17. The world solved the ozone problem. It can solve climate change


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OzonAction Scoop No.2 - 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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