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Air Quality Management in Shanghai
As with other cities in China, Shanghai has been implementing measures to improve its environment. In fact, it has invested about 3 percent of its GDP over the past few years. Communication is a very important component of air quality management. Effective communication can improve public trust as well as aid in efficient implementation of measures. The project aims to assist in communicating China’s efforts to improve its air quality in relation before, during and even after Shanghai Expo 2010 by providing key information on air pollution levels and APIs, measures that the Government has taken to improve air quality, and other information that would be useful to inform the visitors of the EXPO2010, exhibitors, sponsors, general public, and the media.
Air Quality in Shanghai
- Daily air pollution levels expressed as APIs for Shanghai and other Chinese cities are published daily through the MEP’s Data Center.
- Chinese API to concentration (µg/m3) converter (Clean Air Asia)
Air Quality measures in Shanghai
To know more about air quality measures in Shanghai, visit the following links: SEPB - http://www.sepb.gov.cn/