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International Day for the Preservation of the Ozone Layer, 2019

Sprache: EN

Eingesandt von Ejvis Gishti

The commemoratives activities that the National Ozone Unit, has undertaken this year, followed a specific preliminary programme which has been drafted with the overarching aim to be inclusive and massive. The pivotal schedules of this communication and commemoration strategy, consisted in:

  • Gender focused events
  • Highly impact means of communication -Television
  • Art- inter alia Classical Music
  • Highly ranked Private and Public Institutions
  • Vocational School
  • Cleaning up activities.

As a result, the National Ozone, organized 7 activities which impacted, National TV audience, women, pupils, students, musicians, teachers, journalist and social activists. The celebration of these remarkable 32 years of successful international cooperation, have been broadcasted by the audiovisual media, hence emphasizing the relevance of the World Ozone Day, and remember that we must keep the momentum and the exceptional achievement of the Montreal Protocol. In order to deliver a tailored, remarkable and correct information’s, both the media and the participants have been provided with an extensive set of information on regards to the ozone layer protection, Montreal Protocol, the World Ozone Day, and why the Kigali Amendments matter to the climate change mitigation. In order to archive the purpose of remembering and identifying the IOD, the NOU prepared thematic products, which have been distributed and used during all the undertaken activities.

These products consist in:

  • Posters
  • Leaflets
  • T-shirts
  • Hats
  • Bags
Autor(en) der Ressource: 
National Ozone Layer, 2019
Datum der Veröffentlichung:
Dienstag, 25 Februar, 2020
Sprache des Dokuments
Art der Ressource: 
Studien und Berichte
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