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Seminar on Protecting the Atmosphere for Generations to Come: Twenty-fifth anniversary of the Montreal Protocol on Substances that Deplete the Ozone Layer > Presentations

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Science behind the Montreal Protocol - Mario J. Molina (University of California, San Diego & Mario Molina Center for Energy and Environment, Mexico City)
Presentation-Paul_Newman_O3-climate_links_Version3.pdf
Linkages between ozone and climate - Paul A. Newman (Science Assessment Panel Co-Chair)
Presentation-Johannes_Staehelin-GENEVA_2012Greenhouse_gases.pdf
Greenhouse Gases (in the context of the Montreal Protocol) - Johannes Staehelin (Institute for Atmospheric and Climate Science Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Zürich, Switzerland)
Presentation-Stefan_Reimann-Empa-2012_WMO_UNEP 25 years Montreal.pdf
Evolution of Emissions of Ozone Depleting Substances in Europe - Stefan Reimann (EMPA)
Braathen-WMO-ozone-layer-monitoring-final.pdf
Ozone Layer Monitoring - Geir O. Braathen (WMO)
alcamo-geneva-atmosph_2050_montreal-anniversary.pdf
Atmosphere 2022 (Tackling the unfinished business) - Joseph Alcamo (United Nations Environment Programme)
Inomata - Presentaion on 11 november 2021 on Mnt Proptocoal and IEG Inomata.pdf
Contribution of the Montreal Protocol  to International  Environmental Governance through the United Nations system - Professor Tadanori Inomata (Joint Inspection Unit of the United Nations system)
Paul Homsy- TCGF - Refrigeration overview.pdf
Refrigeration overview - Paul Homsy (Consumer Goods Forum)
Rene Castro - Costa rica-ministerginebra final.pdf
Achievements of Costa Rica under the Montreal Protocol and the protection of the ozone layer - Dr. René Castro Salazar (Minister of Environment, Energy and Telecommunications of
Costa Rica)
Ravi_SpecialSeminar_Emerging issues_HFCs and N2O_Final.pdf
Emerging issues: HFCs and Nitrous Oxide -  A. R. Ravishankara (NOAA and Co-Chair, Scientific Assessment Panel)