- Mexico Ozone Depleting Substances Protocol Version 1.0 (April 28, 2015) (English)
- Mexico Ozone Depleting Substances Protocol Version 1.0 (Espanol – Coming Soon)
With support from the Instituto para la Protección Ambiental (IPA, or Institute for Environmental Protection) of the state of Nuevo León, Mexico, the Climate Action Reserve adapted the Article 5 Ozone Depleting Substances (ODS) Protocol for use in Mexico. The adaptation process began in October 2014 with the formation of a technical workgroup from Mexico to assist the Reserve in protocol development. During this time, drafts of the protocol were made available for workgroup and public review and comment. A public workshop was held in February 2015 to discuss the draft protocol and encourage further public feedback. Staff made final revisions to the protocol in March and April 2015 and it was approved by the Reserve Board on April 28, 2015.
Public Comment Workshop
The Reserve hosted an online public workshop on February 26, 2015 to discuss and answer stakeholder questions on the draft protocol. The workshop presentation and video are available below.
Throughout the protocol adaptation and development process, the Reserve worked closely with a multi-stakeholder workgroup to develop the Mexico ODS Protocol. The workgroup includes representatives from:
|Ecosave (Ecofrigo Refrigerant Reclamation Facility)||Silver Breeze (National Refrigerant Reclaim Facilities)|
|FIDE||TÜV Rheinland Mexico|
|Quimobasicos||Universidad Autonoma de Ciudad Juarez|
In-Person Workgroup Meeting 2
January 14, 2015
Meeting video (Coming Soon)
Mexico ODS Protocol – Preliminary Workgroup Draft – Not for Comment
Please contact the Reserve with questions or comments.