WRD has joined the Stemazing Campaign to launch the Inspiration Academy, aimed at helping young people to pursue STEM careers.
The “negative list” includes refrigerators and freezers containing halogenated refrigerants, amongst others climate-relevant products.
The country says it has also implemented an HFC import/export licensing system as of November 1, 2021.
The Austrian Association of Refrigeration (ÖGKT) has launched a training facility covering natural refrigerant technologies.
The Philippine government has issued an HFC order in preparation for ratification of the Kigali Amendment.
The European Environment Agency (EEA) reports 1% annual gain in f-gas supply in 2020, as well as 7% growth in HFC consumption.
The £12 million grant is aimed at HFC reduction and adoption energy-efficient cooling.
The Product Efficiency Call to Action promises to increase the efficiency of at least one of four products – air conditioners, refrigerators, industrial motor systems or lighting.
Cora Young of York University shares TFA research findings at ATMOsphere America.
The Institute’s ‘Beyond Refrigeration’ program is providing guidance to industry stakeholders to support uptake of climate-aligned solutions.
The Caribbean island nation’s ratification came into effect on November 2.
The G20 Rome Leaders’ Declaration highlighted the importance of the sustainable development of food cold chains.