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Ozone layer protection: country incremental costs






Ozone layer protection: country incremental costs: xiv + 108 pp.

Ozone layer protection: country incremental costs

At the 1990 London Amendment of the 1987 Montreal Protocol on substances that deplete the ozone layer the costs to developing countries of phasing-out of ozone depleting chemicals was recognized and a Multilateral Fund was established to help channel resources from developed to developing countries. These incremental costs are financed both through the Multilateral Fund and the Global Environment Facility (GEF).

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