Mexico ODS Project Protocol V1.0 Available for Public Comment; Workshop on February 26 via Webinar

Mexico ODS Project Protocol V1.0 Available for Public Comment; Workshop on February 26 via Webinar

The Reserve has released the draft Mexico Ozone Depleting Substances (ODS) Project Protocol Version 1.0 for public review and comment. The new protocol would allow for the destruction of Mexican-sourced ODS at facilities in Mexico. The draft protocol will be available for public comment from February 17 to March 17, 2015, and the protocol will be presented to the Reserve Board of Directors for adoption on April 28, 2015.

Public Comment Workshop
Thursday, February 26
10:00 am -11:30 am PT
Register here
The Reserve is hosting an online public workshop to discuss and respond to questions on the draft protocol. The workshop presentation and Q&A will take place in English, but a copy of the slides will be available in Spanish on the Mexico ODS webpage.

Submit Public Comments
Please submit written comments in English using the form on the Mexico ODS webpage by 5:00 pm PT on Tuesday, March 17.

If you have questions regarding the draft protocol or the protocol development process, please contact Teresa Lang at tlang@climateactionreserve.org.

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