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Integrating air pollution, greenhouse gas and other wider impact analysis into decision-maker support tools

February 8 @ 12:30 pm - 1:15 pm

This webinar introduces emerging international guidance for estimating greenhouse gas, air pollutant and short lived climate pollutant emissions in an integrated way. It focuses on the pragmatic approaches for estimating air pollutant and greenhouse emissions and removals for use in assessing health impacts as well as tracking trends in greenhouse gases and short lived climate pollutants. The guidance also looks at how organisations can develop sustained centres of excellence that can provide data and expertise services to support policy and other decision makers.

The session will provide an overview of the different sectoral considerations and engage with the audience around needs and priorities for analysing and solving both greenhouse gas and air pollutant related problems in an integrated and efficient way.

Our speaker

Justin Goodwin has 25 years of hands-on experience of air pollution and climate change analysis, reporting and policy advice. As an expert in greenhouse gas and air pollutant emission, projections and policies and measures, Justin was responsible for overseeing the development of the UK national inventories and projections of air pollutants and greenhouse gases. Building on that experience, Justin has developed and supported many teams in analysis, reporting and policy advice for air pollutants and greenhouse gases. In the field of greenhouse gas and air pollutant estimation, Justin contributed to and was a lead author for parts of the 2006 and 2019 IPCC good practice guidance documents for greenhouse gas inventories and for the EEA/EMEP guidebook for air pollutant inventories. More recently Justin has written guidance for institutional arrangements for MRV under the Paris Agreement for the UNFCCC’s consultative group of experts (CGE).


February 8
12:30 pm - 1:15 pm
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