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www.airah.org.au 
The site of the Australian Institute of Refrigeration, Airconditioning and Heating contains useful Australian and international infornation about airconditioning and refrigeration from an engineering professionals viewpoint. 
 
www.ari.org
The American Refrigeration Institute has a wealth of information on the US airconditioning industry from both a technical, trade and policy viewpoint. 
 
www.ashrae.org
The American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers site has a great deal of information about US Standards, training and industry products. 
 
www.climatechange.gov.au
The Department of Climate Change and Energy Efficiency (DCCEE) is responsible for greenhouse gas policy, while refrigerants are managed by the Department of Sustainability, Environment, Water, Population and Community (SEWPAC). DCCEE is responsible for energy efficiency matters; including the airconditioning and refrigeration industry.
 
www.epeeglobal.org
The European Partnership for Energy Efficency is a European industry site that contains excellent technical and scientific information, plus information about the often confusing European regulatory situation. 
 
www.teap.org/html/teap_reports.html  
The Technical and Economic Advisory Committee reports bring together the views of a range of international experts, who advise the Parties to the Montreal Protocol on a broad range of ozone protection issues from a practical point of view. 
 
www.arap.org  
The Alliance for Responsible Atmospheric Policy, AFC,s sister organisation in the US, has a host of technical and regulatory information on it's site, from both a US and international viewpoint. 
 
www.vasa.org.au  
The Vehicle Airconditioning Specialiast's Association website covers vehicle airconditioning issues from an Australian Perspective, with a particular emphasis on refrigerant matters. 
 
www.macsw.org  
The site of theMobile Air Conditioning Society has comprensive information on mobile airconditioning issues from both a US and international perspective.

www.environment.gov.au/atmosphere/index.htm
Synthetic greenhouse gases are managed by the Department of Sustainability, Environment, Water, Population and Community (SEWPAC). This site has a great deal of useful information covering , current regulations, administration of the carbon tax on synthetic refrigerants and international developments.