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2019 Webinar Series

Air Pollution Mitigation using Passive Techniques in the Built Environment: Sharing International Best Practice

  
Green Infrastructure, Solid Barriers and Urban Design

Workshop Series Overview

This webinar series aims to bring together global experts to participate in a community forum for the dissemination of information relating to best practice around passive mitigation of air pollution in the built environment. Experts will provide their unique experiences relating to how they have gathered evidence relating to these passive techniques for air pollution mitigation, such as green infrastructure, solid barriers and urban design. They have done so in a range of methods: from real-world monitoring assessments to wind-tunnel experiments studies and theoretical simulations at micro- and macro-scales. A range of external air pollution specialists will also provide external contributions to the community of researchers working in the area of passive mitigation techniques to air pollution.

The series will take place across eight sessions in 2019 (four in Spring/Summer and four in Autumn/Winter), through monthly online presentations and interactive discussion sessions with international speakers from around the world. Each webinar will include two speakers who are experts in the field, coming from backgrounds of research, practice and governance. The discussions following these presentations will help identify remaining gaps in knowledge and will guide further research priorities to maximise the impact of these solutions. The outputs from the webinar series will help inform those implementing passive techniques for air pollution mitigation in the built environment of best practice on an international stage, which can support the response to protecting our urban inhabitants.

 

 

International speakers and contributors represent: Trinity College Dublin, Ireland; Cornell University, USA; University of Surrey, United Kingdom; U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, USA; VITO NV, Belgium; University of California, Riverside, USA; RISE Research Institutes of Sweden, Sweden; University of Aveiro, Portugal; U.S. Department of Agriculture Forest Service, USA. More international speakers to be announced for the Autumn/Winter webinars in the coming months.

The iSCAPE project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 689954. (@iSCAPEproject).

 

Some webinars in the series will feature in the European events programme for EU Green Week 2019 (@EU_ENV #EUGreenWeek)