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Reminder: BAQ 2008 submission of abstracts (until 30 May 2008)

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  • Michael Co
    Dear all, The BAQ 2008 Program Committee has received over 200 abstracts already and is in the process of reviewing these. Meanwhile, we would like to offer
    Message 1 of 1 , May 23, 2008
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      Dear all,

      The BAQ 2008 Program Committee has received over 200 abstracts already
      and is in the process of reviewing these. Meanwhile, we would like to
      offer the possibility to those people who missed the original deadline
      to submit their abstracts focusing on the linkage(s) of air quality and
      climate change and the co-benefits of addressing these issues in a joint
      manner.

      The extended deadline is 30 May 2008.

      Please follow the guidelines for abstracts submission on www.baq2008.org
      carefully.

      Abstracts on the following topics will be a priority:

      1. Co-benefits and Air Quality Management

      * Scientific understanding of linkage between air pollutant
      emissions and GHG emissions at the local, national and regional scale
      * Monitoring and modeling
      * Inventories and source apportionment
      * Impacts on health and environment
      * Policies and legislation
      * Financing and cost-benefit analysis
      * Institutional arrangements to promote a co-benefits approach
      * Technology transfer

      2. Co-benefits and Transport

      * Inventories, emission factors and measuring methodology
      * Engine technology
      * Fuels and fuel quality standards
      * Sustainable transport planning and implementation
      * Land use planning
      * Policy instruments
      * Financing, including CDM or alternative approaches such as
      sectoral or policy based CDM

      3. Co-benefits and Industry and Power Generation

      * Inventories, emission factors and measuring methodology
      * Combustion and processing technology
      * Energy efficiency
      * Fuels and renewable energy
      * Policy instruments
      * Financing, including CDM or alternative approaches such as
      sectoral or policy based CDM

      4. Co-benefits and Indoor Air Pollution

      * Linkage between indoor-outdoor air
      * Relationship in-door air quality and climate change
      * Inventories, emission factors and measuring methodology
      * Impacts
      * Technology developments


      Best regards,

      Bert Fabian & Cornie Huizenga
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