Capetown, South Africa 2013

Co-benefits for Clean Air and Climate:  Prominence of Black Carbon

 

IUAPPA 16th World Clean Air Congress, Capetown South Africa, 1 October 2013

website:IUAPPA 16th World Clean Air Congress

 

Chair: Thomas Reichert, president EFCA

 

Introduction by the Chairman

 

Maximising co-benefits for air quality and climate change through effective policy

Andrew G. Taylor, Scottish Government, Directorate for Environment and Forestry

 

Opportunities for cost-effectiveness in atmospheric policies in the European Union

Thomas Reichert, president EFCA

 

Emissions of Black Carbon in Europe and implications in the Arctic

Kaarle Kupiainen, IIASA, Austria

 

The use of Black Carbon for urban air quality planning

Sef van den Elshout, DCMR, Netherlands

 

Control of ultrafine particle emissions from small-scale wood combustion boilers by optimal combustion and electrostatic precipitation

Hanns-Rudolf Paur, KIT, Germany

 

Session Report