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Paragraphs in "Convention For The Protection Of The Ozone Layer" coded as SUBS

Label Provision
Art.2 Article 2: General obligations
Art.2.1 1. The Parties shall take appropriate measures in accordance with the provisions of this Convention and of those protocols in force to which they are party to protect human health and the environment against adverse effects resulting or likely to result from human activities which modify or are likely to modify the ozone layer.
Art.2.2 2. To this end the Parties shall, in accordance with the means at their disposal and their capabilities:
Art.2.2.a (a) Co-operate by means of systematic observations, research and information exchange in order to better understand and assess the effects of human activities on the ozone layer and the effects on human health and the environment from modification of the ozone layer;
Art.2.2.b (b) Adopt appropriate legislative or administrative measures and co-operate in harmonizing appropriate policies to control, limit, reduce or prevent human activities under their jurisdiction or control should it be found that these activities have or are likely to have adverse effects resulting from modification or likely modification of the ozone layer;
Art.2.2.c (c) Co-operate in the formulation of agreed measures, procedures and standards for the implementation of this Convention, with a view to the adoption of protocols and annexes;
Art.2.2.d (d) Co-operate with competent international bodies to implement effectively this Convention and protocols to which they are party.
Art.2.3 3. The provisions of this Convention shall in no way affect the right of Parties to adopt, in accordance with international law, domestic measures additional to those referred to in paragraphs 1 and 2 above, nor shall they affect additional domestic measures already taken by a Party, provided that these measures are not incompatible with their obligations under this Convention.
Art.2.4 4. The application of this article shall be based on relevant scientific and technical considerations.