LOCALLY PRODUCED CHILDREN'S CLOTHING WITH INFORMATIVE LABELS
«MANKAN» TOYS WITH INFORMATIVE LABELS
STANDARDS IN REFRIGERATION AND AIR-CONDITIONING Round Table Discussion

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

LAUNCHING OF THE COLORING BOOK AND INFORMATIVE POSTER
INTERNATIONAL OZONE DAY 2015
ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION TRAININGS FOR SCHOOLCHILDREN FROM NEARBY COMMUNITIES OF SPECIAL PROTECTED AREAS (SPA) 2016
"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

About the ECA Network

The Regional Ozone Network in Europe and Central Asia was created in 2003 with the technical and financial support from the Multilateral Fund, the Czech Republic, Hungary and the Slovak Republic. It is now part of UNEP DTIE's OzonAction Compliance Assistance Programme and includes the following 12 member countries: Albania, Armenia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Georgia, Kyrgyzstan, Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Moldova, Montenegro, Serbia, Turkey and Turkmenistan.

Countries with Economies in Transition (CEIT countries) participate in selected network activities as long as they can finance the cost of their participation. These countries could benefit from financial support from ENPI or TAIEX. Several former ECA network countries have already acceded to the European Union and been re-classified as Article 2 countries. Therefore they cannot anymore be supported by the Multilateral Fund. Further candidate countries (Croatia, Macedonia FYR, Turkey) and potential candidate countries (Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, Serbia) may join in the future.

The network is supported by bilateral partners such as Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland as well as international and regional organizations including the European Commission, World Customs Organization and its Regional Intelligence Liaison Offices, South-East Cooperation Initiative, Environmental Investigation Agency, International Institute of Refrigeration, Air-conditioning & Refrigeration European Association, Green Customs Partners, and recently also by the Organization for Security & Cooperation in Europe and the UN Conference on Trade & Development. Network meetings are conducted in close cooperation with the Multilateral Fund and Ozone Secretariats as well as the Implementing Agencies, UNDP, UNIDO and the World Bank.



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