Building the future by doing more together

CLAiR-City - Citizen Led Air pollution Reduction in Cities
Investigador Responsável - Jeroen Van Der Laan
Investigador responsável no CESAM - Myriam Lopes
Programa - Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation Programm
Período de Execução - 2016-05-01 - 2020-04-30 (48 Meses)
Entidade Financiadora - EC - European Commission
Financiamento para o CESAM - 495625 €
Financiamento Total - 6692547 €
Instituicão Proponente - Trinomics BV (Netherlands)
Instituições Participantes
Universidade de Aveiro
Centraal Bureau voor de StatistieK, The Netherlands
Danmarks Tekniske Universitet, Denmark
Norsk Institutt for Luftforskning, Norway
Ministerie van Infrastructuur en Milieu, The Netherlands
Regional Environmental Center for Central and Eastern Europe
Techne Consulting SRL
Transport & Mobility Leuven, Belgium
University Of The West of England, Bristol
Gemeente Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Bristol City Council, England
Comunidade Intermunicipal da Regiao de Aveiro
Regione Liguria, Italy
Municipality of Ljubljana, Slovenia
Gmina Sosnewiec Miasto na Prawach Powiatu, Poland

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CLAiR-City aims at substantially improving future air quality and carbon policies in European cities by initiating new modes of engaging citizens, stakeholders and policymakers. The latest social science thinking will be applied to the source apportion of air pollution emissions and concentrations, carbon emissions and health outcomes in order to attribute them not just by technology but by citizens’ behaviour and daily activities. By putting people at the heart of both the problems and the solutions, we will stimulate the public engagement necessary to tackle our challenging emissions problems through the development of a range of citizen-led future scenario and policy packages.

Using an innovative quantification and engagement toolkit to facilitate multi-stakeholder dialogue in six European pilot cities, the project will enable citizens and other stakeholders to discuss the role of air quality and carbon policies for citizens’ health, well-being and integral future quality of life. The results of this dialogue and engagement process will be evaluated and provide policy lessons on city, national and EU levels.  The toolkit itself will be developed for targeting all EU cities with more than 50,000 citizens.

Membros neste projecto
Ana Isabel Miranda
Carlos Borrego
Joana Ferreira
Johnny Daniel Reis
Kevin de Oliveira
Myriam Nunes Lopes

Vera A. M. Rodrigues

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