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1 Kigali Amendment brochure English About the Kigali Amendments English
2 Kigali Amendment brochure Dari About the Kigali Amendments Dari
3 Kigali Amendment factsheet Introduction to Kigali amendment
4 Kigali Amendment factsheet Current usage of HFCs
5 Kigali Amendment factsheet Understanding GWP & CO2e
6 Kigali Amendment factsheet Low GWP Fluids & technologies
7 Kigali Amendment factsheet Baselines & Timetable
8 Kigali Amendment factsheet Phase-down Strategy
9 Kigali Amendment factsheet Legislation Dari
10 Kigali Amendment factsheet Stakeholder Engagement DARI
11 National Ozone Unite Brochure Brochure 2019 - Dari
12 National Ozone Unite Brochure Brochure 2019 - Pashto
13 World Refrigeration Day (WRD) Bruchure Brochure-Dari
14 Brochure-PWorld Refrigeration Day (WRD) Brochure Brochure-Pashto
15 World Refrigeration Day (WRD) Bruchure Brochure-English
16 Policy on Import and Production Ban of HCFC-based Equipment and Promotions of Alternatives Equipment and Technologies in Afghanistan Policy on Import and Production Ban of HCFC-based Equipment and Promotions of Alternatives Equipment and Technologies in Afghanistan
17 بروشور روز جهانی سردسازی بروشور روز جهانی سردسازی
18 Country Assessment Report As the global hydrochlorofluorocarbons (HCFCs) phase-out process is progressing, their alternatives that have zero ozone depleting potential (ODP) values, such as hydrofluorocarbons (HFCs), unsaturated HFCs (HFOs), hydrocarbons (HCs), ammonia (NH3), and carbon dioxide (CO2) are gradually being phased in. HFCs have become the major replacement for HCFCs over the last decade due to their features like low or non-flammability, chemical inertness, relatively low cost, and excellent performance as refrigerants, foam blowing agents, aerosol propellants or solvents. However, the great disadvantage of HFCs is that the most commonly used HFC substances and blends are powerful greenhouse gases that have high global warming potential (GWP). Therefore, uncontrolled growth in HFC use combined with growing global heating and cooling demand is expected to contribute to climate change significantly.