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New report finds decarbonization of Asia will bring co-benefits to clean air

According to the report, air quality in megacities covered in the analysis has generally improved over the past decade, particularly in East Asia....Read More >>

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Reflections on COP27 from Clean Air Asia's Executive Director Bjarne Pedersen

During two weeks in November more than 35,000 participants descended on COP27 in Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt.  

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EANET- Clean Air Asia Workshop on Emission Inventory Development for the Management of Emissions from the Transport Sector

The estimated contribution of the transport sector to air pollution in Asian cities is greater than the global average....Read More >>

CLEAN AIR ASIA IN THE NEWS

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China’s air quality continues to improve, ozone pollution sounds alarm: experts
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Air quality improvement starts to slow, Yinchuan most improved city overall
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Air quality improves in more Chinese cities, but ozone level rises
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Baguio City launches Roadmap for Air Quality Communication