Historic HFCs Phase-out Agreed at the 28th Meeting of the Parties to Montreal Protocol
During the 28th Meeting of the Parties to Montreal Protocol, 197 Parties adopted the amendment of Montreal Protocol, and agreed to the global phase-out of the production and the use of HFCs, one of the greenhouse gases. The amendment set out three timetables for the phase-out of HFCs. The impact of HFCs on climate change is more severe than carbon dioxide. The phase-out of HFCs would help to globally implement the 2℃ temperature control target which was set by parties in the Paris Agreement. We followed the process, and published and communicated timely observation papers of the outcome.
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