-Five Steps for Raising Awareness on Ozone Depletion_ A Handbook for National Ozone Units-1996254.pd

-Five Steps for Raising Awareness on Ozone Depletion_ A Handbook for National Ozone Units-1996254.pd

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A Handbook for National Ozone Units UNEP UNITED NATIONS ENVIRONMENT PROGRAMME INDUSTRY AND ENVIRONMENT OZONACTION PROGRAMME D e li ve ri n g m es sa ge s M ea s ur in g su cc es s De fi nin g o b je cti ves C ho o sin g au d ie nc es D ev e lo pi ng m e s sa ge s Five Steps for Raising Awareness on Ozone Depletion
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United Nations Publication ISBN: 92-807-1539-9 © UNEP 1996 United Nations Environment Programme, Industry and Environment (UNEP IE) 39–43 quai André Citroën, 75739 Paris Cedex 15, France Any part of this Handbook may be freely reproduced; please acknowledge UNEP IE. The designation employed and the presentation of the material in this publication do not imply the expression of any opinion whatsoever on the part of the United Nations Environment Programme concerning the legal status of any country, territory, city or area or of its authorities, or concerning delimitation of its frontiers or boundaries. Moreover, the views expressed do not necessarily represent the decision or the stated policy of the United Nations Environment Programme, nor does citing of trade names or commercial processes constitute endorsement.
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Five Steps for Raising Awareness on Ozone Depletion: A Handbook for National Ozone Units i Acknowledgements Five Steps for Raising Awareness on Ozone Depletion was prepared by the OzonAction Programme of the United Nations Environment Programme, Industry and Environment centre (UNEP IE), with funding from the Multilateral Fund for the Implementation of the Montreal Protocol. UNEP IE staff leading the project were: Jacqueline ALOISI DE LARDEREL, Director, UNEP IE Rajendra SHENDE, Coordinator, OzonAction Programme Cecilia MERCADO, Information Officer Ingrid KVALE, Information Assistant Editor: Nicholas Rowcliffe UNEP consultants: Pamela Foster, Annika Nilsson Illustrations: Martine Netter Design, layout and printing: Words and Publications, United Kingdom UNEP would like to thank the following individuals who kindly reviewed the handbook: Angelita BRABANTE (Philippines), Robin CLARKE (France), William ELACHI (Kenya), Jorge LEIVA (Chile), Jesper PETERSEN (Denmark), Luis SANTOS (Uruguay), Ousmene SY (Senegal) and S. M. Si AHMED (UNIDO) UNEP
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This Handbook has been produced by the UNEP IE’s OzonAction Programme in its capacity as an information clearinghouse under the Multilateral Fund of the Montreal Protocol on Substances that Deplete the Ozone Layer. It is part of an ‘information kit’ consisting of posters, a video and video booklet, and slide and overhead directories designed to assist governments in countries operating under Article 5 of the Montreal Protocol (i.e. developing countries) to raise awareness on ozone layer depletion and protection. The Handbook will help ODS Officers to plan focussed efforts, aimed at the public and industry, to raise awareness on ozone-depletion issues. A five-step planning cycle is presented. Each step is illustrated by examples of awareness-raising activities on ozone-depletion issues from developing countries.
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