16:00 - 17:30 -- (Auditorium 2)
This event will bring together national policy makers, regulatory authorities, public health specialists, NGOs, and ADB project officers to discuss how cities can use monitoring data to plan and implement air quality solutions.
The sessions will provide case studies and knowledge sharing on topics including data strategies in low-income countries, using sensors to identify pollution hotspots, and opportunities for public engagement using data from monitoring stations. Furthermore, lessons learned on how to maximize the use of data in the planning and implementation of policies will be highlighted.
Asian Development Bank, Clean Air Asia, Ricardo
Srinivas Sampath, Director, Emerging Business Areas- Asia Pacific Water and Urban Development Sector Office, Asian Development Bank
Tom Buckland, Associate Director, Ricardo
- Clean Air Fund and Breathe Cities Data Strategy
Sean Maguire, Director of Strategic Partnerships, CAF
- Public engagement & hotspot identification
Joanne Green, Associate Director, Ricardo
- Case study on ensuring data to action at the city level: The Quezon City Air Quality Management Project
Ms. Dang Espita-Casanova Program Manager, Clean Air Asia
Tom Buckland, Ricardo Panelists: All Previous Speakers
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Karma Yangzom, Asian Development Bank*
*To be confirmed