Best-of-the-Best Stratospheric Ozone Protection Awards
2007 Best-of-the-Best award winners came from Australia, Canada, China, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cyprus, Egypt, India, Japan, Kenya, The Netherlands, United Kingdom and United States.
1997 Best-of-the-Best award winners came from Australia, Brazil, Canada, Germany, Japan, Malaysia, Mexico, the Netherlands, Switzerland, United Kingdom, United States, and Venezuela.
On the occasion of the 2007 20-year anniversary of the Montreal Protocol, the U.S. EPA presented the 2007 Best-of-the-Best Stratospheric Ozone Protection Awards. Previously, EPA presented Best-of-the-Best awards in 1997 on the 10-year anniversary.
Best-of-the-Best awards recognize corporations, associations, teams and individuals that have demonstrated exceptional leadership and personal dedication in either technical achievements in eliminating ozone-depleting substances or protecting the public from the effects of exposure to increased ultraviolet radiation. Winners have demonstrated: passion for stratospheric ozone protection, actions that have reduced and eliminated emissions and strengthened national and Montreal Protocol policy, leadership that inspires others, collaboration, capacity building, and/or strategic networking. Candidates for these awards must have earned an annual Stratospheric Protection Award from the U.S. EPA between 1990 and 2007.
List of winners of the
2007 Best-of-the-Best Stratospheric Ozone Protection
List of winners of the 1997 Best-of-the-Best Stratospheric Ozone Protection Award
List of all Stratospheric Ozone Protection Award winners
Note to awardees: When referring to any EPA Award, please include the year in which the award was received.
Contact Information and help:
Dave S. Godwin ( email@example.com)
Stratospheric Protection Division
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
Mail Code 6205J
1200 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20460
1310 L Street, NW
Washington, DC 20005