Pakistan Clean Air Network

Pakistan Clean Air Network (PCAN) was established in 2005 and is hosted by the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN). Under an agreement with ADB in 2005, IUCN, a non-city member of Clean Air Asia, helped establish PCAN and serves as its secretariat.PCAN aims to address air quality issues in Pakistan and promote better air quality management (AQM) practices in urban centers. The approach includes awareness raising, capacity building and provision of a broad knowledge base for AQM. Among the key achievements of the network is the establishment of Clean Air Coordination Committees for Karachi and Peshawar as well as initiating efforts to establish a policy roadmap for upgrading fuel quality for motor vehicles.

 

PCAN is Clean Air Asia’s Country Network in Pakistan which is part of the Clean Air Asia Partnership. Cities, national government agencies, academic institutions, nongovernment organizations, private sector companies, and development agencies can apply for free membership to the Clean Air Asia Partnership. The application form can be downloaded here.

Clean Air Asia Partnership Members

Contact Person:

Saadullah Ayaz
IUCN Pakistan
Clean Air Coordinator

Email: saad.ayaz@iucn.org