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On 24 September–2 October 2020, the conference UNEP-EEAP will be held at Linnaeus University in Kalmar. Researchers within environment and sustainable development will meet to work out new knowledge for decision makers on the effects on health and environment of the ozone depletion.

UNEP-EEAP or Environmental Effects Assessment Panel Meeting gathers once a year for a work conference at which a knowledge basis is worked out for countries that have signed the Montreal Protocol to limit emissions of ozone-depleting substances. Experts within, among other things, health (skin cancer), atmospheric chemistry, ecology, and materials engineering look at how ozone-depletion is affecting human health and nature. The knowledge basis is then handed over to the parties of the Montreal Protocol so that they can make decisions on continued measures. In 2019 the conference was held in New Zeeland. This year’s conference will be held at Linnaeus University in Kalmar.

The conference starts on Thursday 24 September with pre-mingle and registration in the evening. The conference itself then takes place 25 September–1 October, and on 2 October the participants will depart.

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