Air quality policies of the future: individual responses and social challenges – report

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On the 19th of April a group of researchers from SEFIRA Consortium met a delegation of the members of the European Parliament lead by MP Eleonora Evi from the ENVI Committee of the Parliament 

 

 

Download the opening presentation and  the SEFIRA results posters (PDF)

Integrating knowledge from the atmospheric and socio-­economic sciences

Air quality policies and environmental conflicts

Acceptability of Air Quality Policies

SEFIRA FP7 – final results leaflet

(Design courtesy of ISIA – Urbino)

(Design courtesy of ISIA – Urbino)

 

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Photo: The debate hosted by the European Parliament


 

On the 20th of April hosted by the Committee of the Regions, the SEFIRA Project presented the main results of the Project in the Final Conference that was attended by 70 representatives from European Institutions, Regional and Local Governments, Universities, Research Institutes and Civil Society Organizations.

 

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Photo: Scribing Exercise by Marta Fioravanti – ISIA Urbino

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Final Conference Presentations (click to download PDF)

Michela Maione (Project Coordinator – University of Urbino) – The Sefira Transdisciplinary Approach

Markus Amann (IIASA – Wien) Challenges of air quality management in Europe and the approach taken for the curren policy proposal

Marteen Loopmans (University K.U. Leuven) Environmental policies and urban ecology: from individual behaviour to political action

Yuri Kazepov (University of Vienna) Acceptability of Air Quality Policies: results from the SEFIRA pilot study

Martin Williams (King’s College London) Air Quality and Climate Change: how to coordinate efforts for a socio-ecological transition

Luigi Pellizzoni (University of Trieste – External Advisory Board SEFIRA) An introduction on Environmental Conflicts around Air Quality

Azadeh Marzin (ADEME – France) Biomass burning: a burning issue

Christer Ågren (Airclim – Sweden) Agri-food impact on air quality

Anna Dworakowska (Krakow Smog Alert) The growing civil society movement for air quality improvement in Poland

Roald Wolters (European Commission – DG Environment) The governance of conflicts around air quality

Sefira Project Office 23-04-2016
http://www.sefira-project.eu/ad/air-quality-policies-of-the-future-individual-responses-and-social-challenges-report/

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