Montreal Protocol goals remain the same
- U.S. tries to hold firm on HCFC refrigerant phaseouts. Stirpe, Davoid // Air Conditioning Heating & Refrigeration News;7/10/95, Vol. 195 Issue 11, p3
Reports on the holding of the 11th meeting of the Open-Ended Working Group of the Parties to the Montreal Protocol on May 5-12, 1995 in Nairobi. Participation of international environmental organizations in the meeting; Amendment of the Montreal Protocol's schedule for the phaseout of...
- Montreal Protocol and the Indian CFC production sector. Subramanian, S. // Chemical Business;Apr99, Vol. 13 Issue 4, p7
Offers information on the Montreal Protocol which stipulates a freeze and eventually a gradual phase-out in consumption of chlorofluorocarbon (CFC). How the protocol is being implemented; Details on the report from a study conducted by the Washington office of the World Bank on the CFC...
- CFC smugglers risk the Earth for a few dollars. Kiernan, Vincent // New Scientist;1/28/95, Vol. 145 Issue 1962, p7
Informs about the market in contraband CFCs as a consequence of ban on ozone-destroying chemicals, introduced under the Montreal Protocol to protect the Earth's ozone shield. Information about the case in the US charging two Americans for smuggling CFC-12; Possible punishment.
- ICI test shows a/c retrofits relatively simple. Jewett, Dale // Automotive News;5/2/94, Vol. 68 Issue 5549, p18
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- Does Wall Street know something you don't? Raffio, Ralph // Restaurant Business;4/10/95, Vol. 94 Issue 6, p6
Reports on the need for manufacturers to comply with international regulations requiring the phaseout of chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs) in refrigeration equipment. Development of technologies to replace CFC-dependent refrigeration; Economic impact of the Montreal Protocol; Energy efficiency...
- Blowing holes in the Montreal Protocol. G.S. // Earth Island Journal;Fall95, Vol. 10 Issue 4, p13
Focuses on the loopholes in the Montreal Protocol of 1987 with which firms can continue manufacturing ozone-depleting chlorofluorocarbons (CFC). Crackdown on illegal CFC production as a strategic effort by Western firms and governments to protect and enhance their global CFC production.
- Alliance asks nations to close CFC loopholes. // Air Conditioning Heating & Refrigeration News;5/15/95, Vol. 195 Issue 3, p1
Presents a report on the effectiveness of the steps taken to curb smuggling of recycling CFC-12 into the United States. Requests for cooperation from Montreal Protocol nations by the Alliance for Responsible Atmospheric Policy; Consequences of continued trafficking of CFC-12; Reasons for...
- Individuals must act. Fry, Carolyn // Geographical (Campion Interactive Publishing);Feb2002, Vol. 74 Issue 2, p5
Comments on global warming and other environmental problems facing the human population. Efforts of geographers and other scientists in addressing the problem; Problem facing Great Britain regarding the international agreement on the disposal of refrigerators containing chlorofluorocarbons.
- Ozone treaty `must tackle CFC smuggling.' Spurgeon, David // Nature;9/18/1997, Vol. 389 Issue 6648, p219
Announces a meeting in September, 1997 of the Montreal Protocol on Substances that Deplete the Ozone Layer. Protocol as signed ten years ago; Desire to discourage illegal trade in chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs); How sales of CFCs are not illegal in many countries like the United States;...