Training paves way forward for strategic air quality monitoring in Vietnam
Posted : March 30, 2018

To enhance the knowledge and skills of the Center for Environmental Monitoring (CEM) staff and related local agencies in air quality management, Clean Air Asia organized a three-day training workshop on air quality monitoring and data management on March 27-29, 2018. The training is part of the cooperation between Clean Air Asia and the Vietnam… . . Read More

Clean Air Asia receives Foreign NGO Certificate in China
Posted : March 14, 2018

Clean Air Asia became one of the first foreign NGOs to be officially registered in China in 2018, receiving its registration certificate on March 14 in Beijing, with the Ministry of Environmental Protection as its professional supervisory organization. Clean Air Asia Executive Director Bjarne Pedersen said the registration – which came in the wake of… . . Read More

Technology solutions the key to combating air pollution in India’s cities
Posted : March 7, 2018

  Clean Air Asia and the Japanese Embassy in India brought together leading air quality experts and representatives from four Japanese companies at a roundtable discussion to foster the development of technological solutions to air pollution and improved air quality management in Indian cities. The “Technology Landscape for Air Quality Management” discussion – a collaborative… . . Read More

Faurecia and Clean Air Asia partner to accelerate the implementation of clean air solutions in Asia
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  With air quality increasingly becoming a major concern for cities, there is a growing need for powertrain electrification and new clean technologies. In this context, Faurecia and Clean Air Asia are partnering to explore effective technology solutions to improve air quality and enhance industry awareness of clean city solutions. The strengthened collaboration will be… . . Read More

Indonesian cities chart new strategies for reductions in transport emissions
Posted : March 5, 2018

While cities throughout Indonesia are following the national government’s lead in launching a range of sustainable transport initiatives to address the growing problem of vehicle emissions, many lack the capacity to effectively manage transportation-related air quality issues. At present, on-road vehicles account for 70 percent of Jakarta’s emissions, and 60 percent of all urban emissions… . . Read More