Title: How the AC Servicing Sector can Leverage Technology Improvements to Achieve Jobs, Growth and Sustainability
Abstract: The Montreal Protocol set in motion the process of phasing-out ozone-depleting refrigerant technologies in cooling applications. After the Kigali Amendment, the cooling sector is poised for yet another transition: from high-GWP technologies to near-zero-GWP technologies. Apart from refrigerants, energy efficiency of cooling equipment has also become a focal point of attention, and a transition in its own right.
The recent developments suggest that another technology transition is on the anvil: Internet of Things (IoT) in consumer durables. Linking all these transitions is the servicing and maintenance sector, which must step up to the needs and challenges posed by the changes. The side event at MOP33 is an effort to revisit this crucial question: how do we think through technology transitions in the cooling sector from service technicians' perspective?To attend this event click here
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Mr. Himanshu Dixit
Council on Energy, Environment and Water (CEEW)
Title: Key findings of the 6th Assessment Report Working Group I report and assessments of interest for stratospheric ozone and substances controlled under the Montreal Protocol
Abstract: In this presentation, we will briefly summarize the main findings of IPCC WG1 AR6, released this summer, on the state of climate science and progress in our understanding since the AR5 report published in 2013. We will present the assessment of trends in stratospheric ozone and the effects of ozone on radiative forcing and the most recent state of knowledge on connections between climate and stratospheric ozone.
The assessment of the evolution of atmospheric abundances of compounds of interest for the Montreal protocol in this report is built on extension of the work presented in the 2018 WMO Ozone Assessment report. In AR6, we explored the future of climate response to five illustrative scenarios that are based on various future socioeconomic pathways. We will explain the way ODS and replacement compounds are considered in these scenarios and present our assessment of the climate effect of the Kigali Amendment.
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Title: A Look to The Future Series Part 2: Enhancing The Climate & Global Benefits of The Montreal Protocol Abstract: After more than three decades of action, the Montreal Protocol continues to demonstrate its capacity to identify risks to the atmosphere, generate technical and economic solutions, and quickly put them into action for results the world can trust will endure. This combination of an agile decision-making body supported by a team of global experts specializing in all relevant sectors, along with a solid financing mechanism, provides a powerful model for future climate wins.
In the context of such a well-functioning system, this event gathers a panel of experts to discuss what more the Montreal Protocol can and should do to protect the atmosphere and benefit the planet, especially in context of a worsening climate crisis and the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Speakers will discuss challenges and opportunities for scaling out existing technologies and programs to the global scale, the possibility of accelerating ongoing work, and ways to leverage the power for the Protocol to equitably optimize benefits for all. Join our conversation for a look at the future of the Montreal Protocol.
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Ms. Trina Thorbjornsen
Institute for Governance and Sustainable Development (IGSD)