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Enhanced regional cooperation on Environment, Climate Change and Water

Air Quality Management training in Tashkent

Since 1970s, the EU has achieved a considerable progress in air quality management by improving the fuel quality, controlling emissions and integrating the environmental standards into the transport and energy fields. On 8-9 July 2019, Uzbek national experts, representatives of ministries and regional administrations are trained and learned from the EU experience on air quality management as part of the EU’s tailor-made support to Central Asia on environmental project preparation. The training is organised by the EU-funded project WECOOP.

Presentations

1. Valts Vilnitis, Toomas Pallo, WECOOP: Introduction to air quality management in the EU

2. Valts Vilnitis: About WECOOP

3. Valts Vilnitis, Julija Doktorova, Toomas Pallo, WECOOP: Air quality management principles in the EU

4. Valts Vilnitis, Julija Doktorova, Toomas Pallo: Air quality standards

5. Valts Vilnitis, Julija Doktorova, Toomas Pallo: Monitoring

6. Valts Vilnitis, Julija Doktorova, Toomas Pallo: Emission inventories

7. Valts Vilnitis, Julija Doktorova: Air quality modeling basics

8. Valts Vilnitis, Julija Doktorova: Industrial model

9. Valts Vilnitis, Julija Doktorova: Industrial model practical examples

10. Valts Vilnitis, Julija Doktorova, Toomas Pallo: Emission monitoring and industrial monitoring

11. Valts Vilnitis, Julija Doktorova: Urban model

12. Valts Vilnitis, Julija Doktorova: Urban model practical examples

13. Valts Vilnitis, Julija Doktorova, Toomas Pallo: Latvian and Estonian experience

14. Valts Vilnitis, Julija Doktorova: Odour

This project is funded by the European Union

And implemented by a consortium led by