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At the request of several observer organizations, the Ozone Secretariat has agreed to post the following publications for consideration of the participants of the Montreal Protocol meetings.

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Observer Publications

Document TitleFilter
EIA_2011_MP_FINAL.pdfEIA
THE MONTREAL PROTOCOL IN 2011 WINNING THE OZONE BATTLE, LOSING THE CLIMATE WAR
Natural-Refrigerants-Proklima-Publications.pdfGIZ Proklima
Information services by GIZ Proklima
Natural-Refrigerants-GCA side event.pdfGreen Cooling
Towards Genuinely Climate Friendly Cooling Solutions ‐ Outline of ‘real world’ experience in the application of HC retrofit options
Natural-Refrigerants-hychill-side-event-presentation-final.pdfHyChill
High Performance, High Efficiency Natural Hydrocarbon Refrigerants for Air Conditioning and Refrigeration
N2O Side Event
Legal Analysis: Regulating N2O under the Vienna Convention for the Protection of the Ozone Layer and/or the Montreal Protocol on Substances that Deplete the Ozone Layer
N2O Side Event
N2O & the Montreal Protocol: Technical and Policy Issues
N2O Side Event
Nitrous Oxide (N2O)  and Stratospheric Ozone Layer Depletion
REFNAT MOP Statement_2011.pdfREF NAT
"Refrigerants, Naturally" calls for an immediate HFC phase-down under the Montreal Protocol
Natural-Refrigerants-shecco_MOP 23_Bali.pdfSHECCO
Natural Refrigerants in Article 5 countries
UNEP report HFCs.pdfUNEP HFC Report
HFCs: A Critical Link in Protecting Climate and the Ozone Layer
UNEP side event HFCs 1.pdfUNEP HFC Side Event 1
HFCs: A Critical Link in Protecting Climate and the Ozone Layer (1)
UNEP side event HFCs 2.pdfUNEP HFC Side Event 2
HFCs: A Critical Link in Protecting Climate and the Ozone Layer (2)
UNEP side event HFCs 3.pdfUNEP HFC Side Event 3
HFCs: A Critical Link in Protecting Climate and the Ozone Layer - Alternatives to high-GWP HFCs
UNEP press release HFC report.pdfUNEP Press Release
2 Degree Celsius Climate Target at Risk from Ozone-Friendly Replacement Chemicals
ATTJ7LDL.docUNEP Side Event
HCFC Smuggling: Experiences and Prevention
ATTQWF5R.pdfUNEP Side Event
About the Side Event: HCFC Smuggling: Experiences and Prevention
IPAC Position Statement November 2011.pdfIPAC
PERSPECTIVES FROM IPAC ON CFC-FREE METERED DOSE INHALERS (MDIS)
Benefits of Basing Policies on 20 GWP of HFCs.pdfGREENPEACE
The Benefits of Basing Policies on the 20 Year GWP of HFCs
GPI Position Paper on HFOs.pdfGREENPEACE
HFOs: the new generation of F-gases - Greenpeace Position Paper
GPposition paper 23MOP.pdfGREENPEACE
Greenpeace Position Paper - Prepared for 23rd Meeting of the Parties to the Montreal Protocol