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Production and Consumption of Ozone Depleting Substances 1986-1999

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Production and Consumption of Ozone Depleting Substances 1986-1999

This report is a compilation of data on the global production and consumption of Ozone Depleting Substances (ODS) and a detailed explanation for the trends. The report updates and builds upon similar analyses published in the previous four years.

Effective implementation of the Montreal Protocol on Substances that Deplete the Ozone Layer is dependent on a sound informational basis surrounding the current status of the phase-out of ODS. Information on production and consumption of ODS is submitted to the Ozone Secretariat in Nairobi by the Parties to the Montreal Protocol in fulfillment of their reporting obligations under Article 7 of the Protocol. Developing countries also report ODS consumption (use) data by sector to the Multilateral Fund Secretariat  in Montreal.

The report provides some background information on the Montreal Protocol and it addresses  both the quality of data reporting and the database at the Ozone Secretariat. Furthermore, it provides an analysis and an outlook of the global and regional trends in ODS production and consumption. Both the major achievements and the remaining problems in the implementation of the Montreal Protocol with respect to geographical regions and controlled substances are highlighted.


Citation

Oberthür, Sebastian 2001: Production and Consumption of Ozone Depleting Substances 1986-1999]. Eschborn: GIZ.

Language
English
Year
2001
Dimension
155 pp.
Table of Contents

Executive Summary
1. Introduction
1.1 The Montreal Protocol and the Relevance of a Sound Database
1.2 Overview of the Report
1.3 A Note on Methodology
2. Quality of Database and Data Reporting
2.1 The Data Reporting System under the Montreal Protocol
2.2 Data Reporting by Parties under Article 7 of the Protocol
2.3 The Database administered by the Ozone Secretariat
2.4 Challenges to the Transparency of the Database
2.5 The Issue of Discrepancies of Data
3. Production and Consumption of ODS
3.1 CFCs and Halons
3.1.1 Global Trend
3.1.2 Industrialized Countries
3.1.3 Developing Countries
3.1.4 Analyzing Compliance by Developing Countries
3.2 Other Fully Halogenated CFCs, Methyl Chloroform and Carbon Tetrachloride
3.2.1 Global Trend
3.2.2 Industrialized Countries
3.2.3 Developing Countries
3.3 HCFCs
3.3.1 Global Trend
3.3.2 Industrialized Countries
3.3.3 Developing Countries
3.4 Methyl Bromide
3.4.1 Global Trend
3.4.2 Industrialized Countries
3.4.3 Developing Countries
3.4.4 The Prospect for Meeting the Freeze of Production and Consumption in Developing Countries
4. Summary and Conclusions

Keywords
Protocol, ozone layer, ozone depleting substances, ODS, phase-out, data reporting, Ozone Secretariat, fulfillment, reporting obligations, Article 7, developing countries, industrialized countries, Multilateral Fund Secretariat, analysis, outlook, global trends, regional trends, controlled substances, transparency, discrepancy of data, CFCs, compliance, fully halogenated CFCs, Methyl Chloroform, Carbon Tetrachloride, HCFCs, Methyl Bromide, Montreal,