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 Opening Session Presentations

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Mr. Paul Newman, Co-Chair, Scientific Assessment Panel, on the effects of current emissions and future trends in emissions of HCFCs and HFCs on ozone depletion and the climate
Mr. Lambert Kuijpers, Co-Chair, Technology and Economic Assessment Panel (TEAP), on the current production data of HFCs and on estimates of current consumption
Ms. Janet F. Bornman, Co-Chair, Environmental Effects Assessment Panel (EEAP), on the effect of HFC and HCFCs on the biosphere
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Mr. A. R. Ravishankara Co-Chair, Scientific Assessment Panel, on the effects of current emissions and future trends in emissions of HCFCs and HFCs on ozone depletion and the climate
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Mr. Ibrahim Thiaw, Deputy Executive Director, United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), Keynote statement on the opportunity to maximise ozone and climate benefits
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Ms. Tina Birmpili, Executive Secretary, Ozone Secretariat, Opening statement and Introduction

 Session 1, 2, 3 and 4 Presentations

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Session 1 - 0. Facilitator: Mr. Peter Adler - Opening Remarks on Session #1 - On Technical Aspects 
Session 1 - 1. Mr. Miguel Quintero - Alternatives to HFCs for the production of foam 
Session 1 - 2. Mr. Daniel Colbourne  - Alternatives to HFCs for refrigeration and air conditioning, including in high ambient temperatures 
Session 1 - 3. Mr. Roberto Peixoto (Maua Institute of Technology) - Economic and commercial availability of alternatives to HFCs, the future demands and prospects, and other key near-term and medium term issues faced by Article 5 Parties 
Session 1 - 4. Mr. Stephen Yurek (ICARMA) - Industry situations and perspectives on alternatives development and phase-in 
Session 1 - 5. Mr. Mike Thompson (TRANE Commercial Systems) - Industry Progress and Roadblocks Toward Replacing High GWP HFCs 
Session 2 - 1. Ms. Arancha Hinojal Oyarbide (UN Office of Legal Affairs) - Possibilities and opportunities under the Vienna Convention on the Law of Treaties (1969) in enabling the ozone and climate regimes to work in synergy 
Session 2 - 2. Jose Pons Pons (Independent) - Vienna Convention for the Protection of the Ozone Layer/Montreal Protocol: lessons learned from the phase-out of ozone-depleting substances process and support for climate protection 
Session 2 - 3. Mr. Bondi Ogolla (Framework Convention on Climate Change Secretariat) - United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change/Kyoto Protocol involvement in the control of HFC emissions 
Session 3 - 0. Facilitator: Mr. Peter Adler - Opening Remarks on Session #3 - On Finance and technology transfer 
Session 3 - 1. Mr. Erik Pedersen (Independent) - Cost of conversion to non-HFC technologies (GWP) 
Session 3 - 2. Mr. John Thompson (Vice Chair, Executive Committee) - Mechanisms and policies of the Multilateral Fund that are relevant to HFC management now and in the future 
3-Chandra Bhushan_session_3.pdfSession 3 - 3. Mr. Chandra Bhushan (Independent) - Opportunities, challenges and benefits of HFC leap-frog: possible global regime on finance and technology transfer for HFCs phase-down 
Session 4 – 0. Facilitator: Ms. Karin Shepardson - Opening Remarks on Session #4 
Session 4 - 1. Mr. Philip Owen (European Commission) - Policies and measures in European Union that manage HFCs and promote alternatives 
Session 4 - 2. Mr. Masafumi  Ohki (Japan) - Policies and measures in Japan that manage HFCs and promote alternatives 
Session 4 - 3. Mr. Agustin Sanchez (Mexico) - Policies and measures in Mexico that manage HFCs and promote alternatives 
4-Cindy Newberg_session_4.pdfSession 4 - 4. Ms. Cindy Newberg (United States of America) - Policies and measures in the United States that manage HFCs and promote alternatives 
Session 4 - 5. Mr. Premhans Jhugroo (Mauritius) - Policies and measures in Mauritius that manage HFCs and promote alternatives 
Session 4 - 6. Ms. Inese Chang-Waye (Seychelles) - Policies and measures in Seychelles that manage HFCs and promote alternatives 
Session 4 - 7. Mr. Blaise Horisberger (Switzerland) - Policies and measures in Switzerland that manage HFCs and promote alternatives 
Session 4 - 8. Implementing agencies (Ms. Shamila Nair Bedouelle, UNEP) - Overview of policies and measures in developing countries 
Session 4 - Industry 1. Mr. Samoel Vieira de Souza (Brazilian Association of Manufacturers of Refrigeration, Heating, Air-conditioning and Ventilation Equipment (ABRAVA), Brazil) 
Session 4 - Industry 2. Mr. Kevin Fay (Alliance for Responsible Atmospheric Policy) 
Session 4 - Industry 3. Ms. Andrea Voigt (European Partnership for Energy and the Environment (EPEE)) 
Session 4 - Industry 7. Ms. Klara Skacanova (Shecco)