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REG - webinar “Clean Air Day: How municipalities take action and talk about it"

Date: 07/09/2023
Country: Regional
Component: Other

Air pollution is the main environmental threat to human health. The World Health Organization (WHO) assumes that around 7 million premature deaths are globally related to air pollution. The pollutant with the most severe health impacts is fine particulate matter, PM2.5. The main sources of PM2.5 are domestic heating with biomass or coal, diesel vehicles, open burning of waste and agricultural waste, industry and power plants. A number of good practice examples are available that can be implemented to reduce emissions of PM2.5 from these sources. In most cases, these measures contribute to further environmental topics such as climate change and noise as well as improving energy security and mobility.

Meeting objectives, expected outputs and outcomes

Raising awareness about the impact of air pollution
Showcasing good practice examples to reduce PM emissions from major sources
Highlight options for municipalities to take action


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