DENR, UNIDO REPORT ON PH COMPLIANCE TO MONTREAL PROTOCOL

Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) Undersecretary for Policy, Planning, and International Affairs Atty. Jonas R. Leones (middle) is joined by Environmental Management Bureau Assistant Director Vizminda A. Osorio (left) and United Nations Industrial Development Organization National Project Coordinator Bellrose B. Buraga (right) during the virtual presser held on September 16 in celebration of continue reading : DENR, UNIDO REPORT ON PH COMPLIANCE TO MONTREAL PROTOCOL

Cooling Champions: Cool Careers for a Better World

World Refrigeration Day celebrates the people and technologies responsible for creating and maintaining the world we live in, a world dependent upon temperature-controlled environments. Centered around June 26, the event is supported globally by industry, professional groups, scientific and engineering associations, as well as by governments and individuals. The WRD 21 campaign will focus on continue reading : Cooling Champions: Cool Careers for a Better World

World Refrigeration Day Partners release the Cold Chain 4 Life Celebration Kit

As part of the 2020 celebrations for the World Refrigeration Day (WRD); the WRD Secretariat, ASHRAE, European Partnership for Energy and Environment (EPEE), the Global Food Cold Chain Council (GFCCC), the International Institute of Refrigeration (IIR) and UNEP OzonAction are jointly raising the awareness of the importance of the Cold Chain sector and its vital continue reading : World Refrigeration Day Partners release the Cold Chain 4 Life Celebration Kit

The largest-ever Arctic ozone hole developed this spring. Now, scientists say it’s closed.

An ozone hole that formed over the Arctic this spring and eventually grew into the largest ever recorded there has closed. Scientists who were tracking the hole at Copernicus’ Atmospheric Monitoring Service (CAMS) made the announcement late last week, noting the “rather unusual” hole was caused not by human activity but a particularly strong Arctic continue reading : The largest-ever Arctic ozone hole developed this spring. Now, scientists say it’s closed.