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  • Participants at the 24th Meeting of the Parties (MOP 24) to the Montreal Protocol could not reach agreement on controlling HFCs. Many stressed that because the Protocol introduced HFCs as a substitute, parties have a responsibility to address the harmful climatic effects of these chemicals. Others oppose including HFCs within the Protocol, arguing that tackling HFCs is outside the Protocol’s mandate.
  • Projects and programs in the Work Program that are focused on climate change include: global support for preparation of national communications and biennial update reports for non-Annex I Parties under the UNFCCC (UNDP/UNEP); an Umbrella Programme for National Communication to the UNFCCC (UNEP); Low-Carbon Urban Mobility for Large Cities in Brazil (IADB); Enabling China to Prepare Its Third National Communication (3NC) and Biennial Update Report...
  • This event on Sustainable Pro-poor Development of Aviation Biofuels aims to promote discussion between global stakeholders to discuss development of the aviation biofuels industry to assure its sustainability and that it maintains a pro-poor focus. The target audience for this event is a diverse range of stakeholders, such as policy makers, governments, international and multilateral development organizations, private sector, academia, civil...
  • The Contracting Parties to the London Convention and London Protocol, during their 34th Consultative Meeting, issued a statement of concern regarding ocean fertilization and a reported incident of deliberate ocean fertilization activity off the west coast of Canada. In addition, as part of the 40th anniversary of the adoption of the London Convention, Parties celebrated the “strong legacy of tangible successes” left by this international...
  • Participants in a recent meeting of the Partnership for Clean Fuels and Vehicles (PCFV) initiated a new programme to reduce sulphur levels in fuel and tackle diesel emissions, and agreed to complete a lead phase-out campaign.
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