STANDARDS IN REFRIGERATION AND AIR-CONDITIONING Round Table Discussion
LAUNCHING OF THE COLORING BOOK AND INFORMATIVE POSTER

"TWO-FOLDED LIFE" BY THE WINNER OF THE INTERNATIONAL PHOTO CONTEST LUSINE TOROSYAN

ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION TRAININGS FOR SCHOOLCHILDREN FROM NEARBY COMMUNITIES OF SPECIAL PROTECTED AREAS (SPA) 2016
INTERNATIONAL OZONE DAY 2015
"EVEN THESE METALLIC PROBLEMS HAVE THEIR MELODRAMATIC SIDE". OSCAR WILDE
TRAINING OF CUSTOMS OFFICERS
INTERNATIONAL OZONE DAY 2015
REGIONAL AWARENESS RAISING IN PRE-SCHOOL INSTITUTIONS
THE OZONE LAYER IS A NATURAL SHIELD PROTECTING US FROM THE HARMFUL UV-RADIATION
A HEALTHY ATMOSPHERE, THE FUTURE WE WANT
NOW: PUMPS AND ALTERNATIVE PROPELLANTS USING HYDROCARBONS ARE BEING USED

THEN: CFCs WERE THE PROPELLANT USED IN VARIOUS SPRAY CANS.

INTERNATIONAL OZONE DAY CELEBRATIONS. YEREVAN, SEPTEMBER 2012
INTERNATIONAL OZONE DAY CELEBRATIONS. YEREVAN, SEPTEMBER 2014

  BRIEF PREMIER ON THE MONTREAL PROTOCOL

 Many elements of the Montreal Protocol have
 contributed to its success to date.

 The Montreal Protocol was one of the first environmental
 agreements to recognize the precautionary principle
 explicitly. A major achievement based on the principle was
 a preemptive decision by the parties to
ban identified
 ozone depleting compounds before they were ever
 commercially produced.

 

  KEY ACHIEVEMENTS OF THE MONTREAL PROTOCOL

 The work of the Montreal Protocol is not done and much
 remains
to be accomplished before the protection of the
 ozone layer can be
assured for this and future
 generations. Nevertheless, the Parties to
the Protocol
 have accomplished a great deal since the treaty was

 adopted in 1987.

 

 

 




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