Data rozpoczęcia
2010-04-26
Data zakończenia
2010-04-30
Miejsce
Stambuł

Przedstawiciel Krajowego Forum Chłodnictwa weźmie udział w dorocznym spotkaniu Regionalnej Sieci Ozonowej w Europie i Azji Centralnej - Regional Ozone Network for Europe & Central Asia (ECA network), działającego w ramach Programu Ochrony Środowiska Narodów Zjednoczonych (UNEP).

Spotkanie odbędzie się w Stambule, w dniach 26-30 kwietnia.
Oprócz przedstawicieli władz krajów zrzeszonych w sieci będą w nim uczestniczyć (na koszt organizatora) przedstawiciele wybranych krajowych stowarzyszeń zajmujących się chłodnictwem i klimatyzacją. Podczas spotkania będą wymieniane doświadczenia m.in. w następującym zakresie:
- współpraca regionalna w zakresie ochrony warstwy ozonowej;
- przechodzenie z technologii opartych na czynnikach HCFC na technologie przyjazne środowisku i warstwie ozonowej;
- podnoszenie świadomości w zakresie ochrony warstwy ozonowej oraz wycofywania nieprzyjaznych czynników chłodniczych.

Regional Ozone Network in Europe & Central Asia (ECA)
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.
The ECA network is a dynamic group of countries spread over three sub-regions (Caucasus, Balkan, Central Asia). The following Countries with Economies in Transition (CEIT countries) participate in selected network activities as part of their GEF-funded institutional strengthening projects: Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan.
Several former ECA network countries have already acceded to the European Union and have been reclassified as Article 2 countries. Candidate countries include Croatia, Macedonia (FYR) and Turkey and potential candidate countries Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro and Serbia.
The network is supported by implementing agencies (UNDP, UNIDO, World Bank) and bilateral partners (Austria, Czech Republic, European Commission, Poland, Hungary, Romania, Sweden) as well as the Multilateral Fund and Ozone Secretariats. Additional partners include the World Customs Organisation's Regional Intelligence Liaison Office (RILO CIS), the International Institute of Refrigeration (IIR) as well as industry, TEAP and TOC experts.
Regional networking provides a regular interactive forum for Ozone Officers from the region to exchange experiences, develop skills, and share knowledge and ideas with counterparts from both developing and developed countries in order to meet compliance, the provisions of the Montreal Protocol and its amendments. Through regular network and thematic meetings and on-going dialogues, networking helps ensure that Ozone Officers have the information, skills and contacts required for managing national ODS phase-out activities successfully. Specific compliance assistance is provided to countries with compliance issues.
The ECA network is coordinated by 2 staff based in Paris. Institutional strengthening and training projects are implemented by the IS/CP/RMP Officer also based in Paris.