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Nothing to Declare: Good Customs to Save the Ozone Layer

 
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Nothing to Declare video CFC use worldwide Interviews with experts Labelling and manifests Trade in ODS
Incentives for CFC smuggling Details about ODS Detection and identification Methods of illegal trade

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Nothing to Declare
Nothing to Declare:
Good Customs to Save the Ozone Layer
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Compliance with the phase out provisions of the Montreal Protocol on Substances that deplete the Ozone Layer requires actions to address both supply and demand of Ozone Depleting Substances (ODS). The supply will decrease once the major production plants are closed down and effective trade controls are in place. Illegal trade of ODS threatens to undo the successes already achieved under the Montreal Protocol and could pose grave dangers to the compliance of Article 5 (developing) countries if left unchecked.

In order to control and monitor the amount of ODS entering or leaving a country, import/export licensing systems have become mandatory for all Parties that have ratified the Montreal Amendment to the Montreal Protocol. The successful operation of such licensing systems and the prevention of illegal trade depend on properly trained customs and enforcement officers.

Nothing to Declare: Good Customs to Save the Ozone Layer is designed to introduce customs and Ozone officers to the reality of the illegal trade and to preventative measures that can be taken. The video is intended for use at training programmes and includes comprehensive listings of ODS, their container types and smuggling examples. Undercover footage, ODS abuse and analysis by experts provide a thorough grounding in a critically important environmental crime.

Produced for UNEP DTIE's OzonAction Programme by TVE International. This video was developed as part of UNEP's Work Programme under the Multilateral Fund for Implementation of the Montreal Protocol.



 
Rien a Declarer
Rien à déclarer : Bonnes pratiques douanières pour sauver la couche d'ozone
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Etre en conformité avec les mesures de réduction d'émissions du Protocole de Montréal relatif à des substances qui appauvrissent la couche d'ozone requiert des actions touchant à la fois l'offre et la demande de substances qui appauvrissent la couche d'ozone (SAO). L'offre diminuera une fois que les principales usines productrices seront fermées et des contrôles commerciaux efficaces mis en place. S'il n'est pas combattu, le commerce illégal de SAO risque de défaire les succès déjà obtenus par le Protocole de Montréal et pourrait causer de graves difficultés pour la conformité des pays de l'Article 5 (en développement).

Afin de contrôler et vérifier la quantité de SAO entrant ou quittant un pays, des systèmes de licences d'importations/exportations sont devenus obligatoires pour toutes les Parties ayant ratifié l'Amendement de Montréal au Protocole de Montréal. Le succès du fonctionnement de ces systèmes de licences et la lutte contre le commerce illégal reposent sur la formation appropriée des agents de douane et de contrôle.

Rien à déclarer: Bonnes pratiques douanières pour sauver la couche d'ozone est destiné à exposer les employés de douanes et des Bureaux Ozone à la réalité du commerce illégal et les mesures préventives qui peuvent être prises. La vidéo a pour but d'être utilisée dans les programmes de formation et inclut d'importantes listes de SAO, les types de conteneurs et des exemples de trafic. Des vues de camera cachée, des abus liés aux SAO et des analyses d'experts fournissent une base solide sur ce sujet particulièrement important parmi les exactions contre l'environnement.

Produite pour le Programme ActionOzone du PNUE DTIE par TVE International. Cette vidéo a été développée comme élément du Programme de Travail du l'PNUE dans le cadre du Fonds Multilatéral pour l'application du Protocole de Montréal.

PNUE Division Technologie, Industrie et Economie
Programme ActionOzone
15 rue de Milan
75441 Paris Cedex 09, France
Tel: +33144371450
Fax: +331 44371474
E-mail : ozonaction@unep.fr
Web: www.unep.fr/ozonaction


 

Nada que Declarar
Nada que Declarar: 'Un buen control de aduanas para salvar la Capa de Ozono
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En conformidad con la fase de 'no suministro' de sustancias que merman la Capa de Ozono aprobada en el Protocolo de Montreal, se precisa tamar medidas para tartar mbos aspectos tanto el de suministro como de demanda de clorocarbonos (CFC). El suministro se reduciria una vez que las mayores plantas de produccion se cerrasen y que medidas para un eficaz control del Mercado se ponganen marcha. El comercio illegal de CFC amenaza con deshacer todo 10 ya logrado durante el Protocolo de Montreal y podria ocasionar serios peligros de acuerdo con el Articulo (en paises de via de desarrollo) si se deja este asunto sin comprobar.

Para poder controlar y supervisar la cantidad de CFC que entra y sale de un pais, l sistema de licencias de importancion/exportacion ha llegado a ser obligatorio ara todos los Partidos que han ratificado la Enmienda de Montreal durante dicho Protocolo. a exitosa operacion reguladora de el sistema y de prevencion del comercio illegal epende de aduaneros debidamente capacitados y de oficiales que hagan cumplir la ley.

Nada que Declarar: 'Un buen control de aduanas para salvar la Capa de Ozono'. Este documental esta disenado para mostrar a aduaneros y a oficiales de Ozono la realidad del comercio illegal y asi tamar medidas preventivas. El video tiene como finalidad ser utilizado en programas de formacion e incluye una lista completa de CFC, como aparecen en distintos tipos de envases y ejemplos decontrabando. Imagenes clandestinas, el abuso de CFC y el analisis realizado par expertos proporcionan instrucciones precisas sabre esta situacion tan critica de crimen medioambiental.

Producido por TVE para 'El Programapara el Medio Ambiente de las Naciones Unidas'. 'Division de Tecnologia, Industria y Economia'; "Accion Ozono. Este video ha sido elaborado como parte del Programa de Trabajo de UNEP durante la Implementacion de Fondos Multilaterales del Protocolo en Montreal'

UNEP Division of Technology, Industry and Economics
OzonAction Programme
15 rue de Milan
75441 Paris Cedex 09, France
Tel: +33144371450
Fax: +331 44371474
E-mail : ozonaction@unep.fr
Web: www.unep.fr/ozonaction


Credits

This video was developed as part of UNEP's Work Programme under the Multilateral Fund for Implementation of the Montreal Protocol.

It was produced for UNEP DTIE's OzonAction Programme by TVE International.

Special thanks to
Environmental Investigation Agency
Felixstowe Docks, UK
Harp International

Reviewers
Steve Jackson, UNEP CPI, Kenya
Janusz Kozakiewicz, Ozone Layer Protection Unit, Poland
Bruce Pasfield, Department of Justice, United States
Suresh Raj, UNEP DTIE OzonAction Programme, France
David Stirpe, Alliance for Responsible Atmospheric Policy, United States

Music
Digatize

Camera
Ewan Bruce
Steve Courl

Graphics
Equidigital

Editor
Sotira Kyriacou

Producers
This video was produced by the UNEP DTIE OzonAction Programme, France:

Per Bakken, Deputy Director/Officer in Charge
Rajendra Shende, Head of Energy and OzonAction Branch
Jim Curlin, Information Manager
Anne Fenner, Information Officer

Director
Ashley Bruce

Adaptation for web streaming
Saiful Ridwan, UNEP DTIE OzonAction Programme, France


Information for National Ozone Units (NOUs) and customs agencies

UNEP DTIE OzonAction Programme has distributed this video in VHS format to all NOUs and most customs agencies in developing countries . This video is suitable for use in national and regional customs training courses. The OzonAction Programme encourages customs agencies and training institutes to incorporate this video into their on-going training curricula.

The OzonAction Programme will provide high-quality Betacam versions of this film to National Ozone Units and customs agencies upon demand.

Please send requests to OzonAction Information Clearinghouse or your Regional Network Coordinator.


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