2019 Webinar Series – Autumn/Winter Programme
Monday 21st October: The International Agenda for Urban Air Pollution and Mitigation
21.00 Manila (UTC+8); 14.00 United Kingdom (UTC+1); 09.00 New York (UTC-4); 06.00 San Francisco (UTC-7).
Host: Sandra Cavalieri, Climate & Clean Air Coalition
The ‘Air Quality in the Built Environment’ Campaign
The Value of Urban Green Spaces: For and Beyond Air Quality
Mainstreaming Air Quality and Climate Measures in Urban Development and Action Planning
Clean Air Outlook for Europe: Towards and Beyond Compliance
Wednesday 13th November: Further Numerical Modelling to Assess Passive Mitigation of Air Pollution: Capturing the Real World in Numbers
16.00 Germany/Italy (UTC+2); 15.00 United Kingdom (UTC+1); 10.00 New York (UTC-4); 07.00San Francisco (UTC-7).
Hosts: Dr Richard Baldauf, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, USA
Co-Chairs: Asst. Prof. John Gallagher, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland & Dr Richard Baldauf, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, USA
Impact of avenue-trees and hedge rows on traffic pollutant dispersion in (urban) street canyons
Roadside Barrier Dispersion Algorithm Development with Meteorological Wind Tunnel Support
Air Pollution Mitigation using Green Infrastructure
Thursday 12th December: The Future of Passive Air Pollution Mitigation: Financing Cleaner and Greener Cities
18.00 Qatar (UTC +3); 15.00 United Kingdom (UTC+1); 10.00 New York (UTC-4); 09.00 Mexico City (UTC -6); 07.00 San Francisco (UTC-7).
Hosts: Prof. Max Zhang, Cornell University, USA
Co-Chairs: Asst. Prof. John Gallagher, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland & Prof. Max Zhang, Cornell University, USA
The Economic and Air Quality Environmental Benefits of Urban Trees in Desert Regions
Strategies for Financing Greener Cities
The Value of Clean Air in the Urban Environment
Monday 16th September:Air Pollution Mitigation Using Passive Techniques in the Built Environment
CASANZ19 (24th International Clean Air and Environment Conference), Queenstown, New Zealand, 16-18 September 2019
11.25 New Zealand (UTC+12); 07.25 Beijing (UTC+8); 00.25 United Kingdom (UTC+1); 19.25 New York on Sunday 15th September (UTC-4); 16.25 San Francisco on Sunday 15th September (UTC-7).
Host: Christina Cowie, Centre for Air Pollution, Energy and Health Research
Integrating Passive Controls in the Urban Environment Planning Process: Research and Practice
The Potential for Green Infrastructure to Reduce Exposure to Air Pollution in Cities
Green Infrastructure: How it Fits within Urban Spaces
2019 Webinar Series – Spring/Summer Programme
Thursday 28th March: Delving into Passive Techniques for Air Pollution Mitigation
"The Impact of Passive Air Pollution Mitigation Measures in the Built Environment"
"Towards Optimizing the Designs of Transportation Green Infrastructure"
Upcoming Sessions & Panel Discussion
Solid Barriers: Air Pollution Dispersion around Existing Infrastructure
Green Infrastructure: Their Role in Air Pollution Abatement
Urban Design: Informing Change through Advancements in Modelling
Thursday 25th April: Barriers: Air Pollution Dispersion around Existing Infrastructure
"Passive Pollution Barriers: Hedges and Trees in Open-Roadside Environments"
"The Impact of Buildings and Roads on Dispersion of Vehicle Emissions: Models Informed by Experimental Findings”
"The Passive Control of Urban Air Pollution using Solid Barriers: After 10 Years of Research, Where do we Stand?"
Thursday 30th May: Green Infrastructure: Their Role in Air Pollution Abatement
"Exploring Green Infrastructure Air Quality Impacts as part of Sustainable Urban Design"
"Deposition and Dispersion – Interaction between Vegetation and Particle Air Pollution"
"The Role of Urban Trees in Mitigating Air Pollution"
Thursday 27th June: Urban Design: Informing change through Advancements in Modelling
"Air Quality Modelling for Policy Support: An Efficient way to Explore Options for Urban Planning"
"Real-time Modeling of Traffic-related Air Pollution at Urban Scales"
"How CFD Modelling can Inform the Position of Green Infrastructure to Improve Air Quality in Urban Spaces"
- 1–1.5-hour monthly meetings (Expert researchers in the field to give 20-minute talks, with the objective of speakers from different continents in each session).
- 2-3 speakers per webinar topic area (It will maximise discussion times to promote international collaboration).
- 08.00 PDT; 11.00 EDT; 16.00 IST/BST on the final Thursday of each month (Allows for morning participation by U.S. parties, late afternoon/early evening across Europe and late evening/pre-midnight for Asia).
- The Webinar series will be hosted by Cornell University via the ZOOM platform (Easily accessible online via a range of web browsers). These sessions will not be recorded but can be repeated for specific audiences on request.