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Can someone help me with this, Which of the follwoing protocols did aim for reducing emissions of chloroflurocarbons into the atmosphere?

Which of the follwoing protocols did aim for reducing emissions of chloroflurocarbons into the atmosphere?

  • Option 1)

    Montreal protocol

  • Option 2)

    Kyoto protocol

  • Option 3)

    Gothenburg protocol

  • Option 4)

    Geneva protocol

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Montreal Protocol -

Recognising the deleterious affects of ozone depletion, an international conference treaty, known as the Montreal Protocol, was signed at Montreal (Canada).

- wherein

In 1987 (effective in 1989) to control the emission of ozone depleting substances. Subsequently many more efforts have been made and protocols have laid down definite roadmaps, separately for developed and developing countries, for reducing the emission of CFCs and other ozone depleting chemicals.

 

 

 

  • Monteral Protocol is an international treaty signed in 1987 to control the emission of ozone depleting substances, such as chloroflurocarbons (CFCs)
  •  Kyoto protocol commits the party states to reduce the emission of greenhouse gases.
  • Gotherburg protocol was signed to reduce acidification , eutrophication and ground level ozone.
  • Geneva protocol prohibits the use of chemical and biological weapons as warfare methods.

 


Option 1)

Montreal protocol

Option 2)

Kyoto protocol

Option 3)

Gothenburg protocol

Option 4)

Geneva protocol

 

Montreal Protocol -

Recognising the deleterious affects of ozone depletion, an international conference treaty, known as the Montreal Protocol, was signed at Montreal (Canada).

- wherein

In 1987 (effective in 1989) to control the emission of ozone depleting substances. Subsequently many more efforts have been made and protocols have laid down definite roadmaps, separately for developed and developing countries, for reducing the emission of CFCs and other ozone depleting chemicals.

 

 

 

  • Monteral Protocol is an international treaty signed in 1987 to control the emission of ozone depleting substances, such as chloroflurocarbons (CFCs)
  •  Kyoto protocol commits the party states to reduce the emission of greenhouse gases.
  • Gotherburg protocol was signed to reduce acidification , eutrophication and ground level ozone.
  • Geneva protocol prohibits the use of chemical and biological weapons as warfare methods.

 


Option 1)

Montreal protocol

Option 2)

Kyoto protocol

Option 3)

Gothenburg protocol

Option 4)

Geneva protocol

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