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17-18 Apr 2008
17-18 April 2008, Shanghai, China
With the rapid development of economy, the regional multiple air pollution becomes more and more serious in China's economic regions such as Bohai (including Beijing, Tianjin, Hebei ) region, the Yangtze River Delta (YRD, including Shanghai, Jiangsu and Zhejiang provinces) region and the Pearl River Delta (PRD, including Guangdong and Hong Kong) region. How to resolve the regional air pollution transportation at the time of reducing local emissions, and work out the effective air quality management strategies are a great challenge that all the environmental decision makers and scientists are faced with.
With the support of China's State Environmental Protection Administration, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, and the Shanghai Environmental Protection Bureau, a workshop about regional air quality management is planned to be held to facilitate national and international communication and cooperation on regional air quality management research.
PURPOSE AND OBJECTIVES
This workshop is aimed at providing an opportunity for the environmental policymakers to hear about successful experiences from abroad, for research scientists to get a wealth of information about the latest techniques and developments in regional air quality management through conference presentations and science communication. This workshop is also aimed at providing a forum for research scientists to deeply discuss the effective strategies to reduce China's regional air pollution.
* The regional air pollution situation and control measures both in China and abroad.
* The environmental effects, health benefits and environmental standards of various pollutants.
* Methodology of setting up a regional emission inventory.
* Application of air quality models in the research of regional air quality study.
* Air pollution control strategies, monitoring techniques and measures of reducing emissions.
We welcome your participation to this workshop. Please fill out the attached registration form and return it to the email address at firstname.lastname@example.org before Mar.15, 2008. Our online registration website is http://www.raqm.org, which is under construction and will be completed soon. In case you cannot register online through the website, please fill out the form and send it to us.