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Sefira Project Office has written 31 posts for Sefira

Climate Change and Air Quality: a necessary integration

Tweet In these days delegates from all over the world are gathered in Paris where the twenty-first session of the Conference of the Parties (COP) and the eleventh session of the Conference of the Parties serving as the meeting of the Parties to the Kyoto Protocol (CMP) are taking place. The ultimate objective of both […]

Policy Address in view of the vote of the National Emission Cieling (NEC) Directive at the European Parliament

Tweet Issues around (non) implementation of EU Air Quality Directive What is the problem with air quality? Pollutants emitted into the air we breathe from various sectors like industry, motor vehicles, agriculture and heating are responsible for bad ambient air quality (AQ), which has been recognised by the Word Health Organisation (WHO)[1] as the single […]

EPA vs Volkswagen: diesel real drive emissions debate on the media

Tweet           English: Declarations of Prof. Martin Williams (King’s College London) 22/09/2015 – Source: 23/09/2015 24/09/2015 Italiano: Interviste con Prof.ssa Michela Maione (Coordinatrice Scientifica Progetto SEFIRA – Universit√† di Urbino) 22/09/2015 – Fonte: 23/09/2015 – Fonte: 23/09/2015 – Fonte:    

United States EPA vs Volkswagen: defeat devices on diesel passenger cars

Tweet           SEFIRA Project is following the developments of the breaking news about the accusation from the United States EPA to Volkswagen of cheating on real driving emissions on its diesel fleet. The controversial relationship between declared, tested and real drive emission (RDE) has already been described in the past years […]

Sefira Stakeholder Meeting in London: Air Pollution Exposure – Policy and Practice Stakeholder Workshop

Tweet   On 11 March 2015, Guy’s Hospital, London, hosted an Air Pollution Exposure – Policy and Practice Stakeholder Workshop. The workshop was arranged by the NIHR Biomedical Research Centre at Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust and King’s College London in support of the SEFIRA project. The attendance was outstanding and included a […]

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Socio Economic implications For Individual Responses to Air Pollution policies in EU +27

SEFIRA has the objective of creating a European coordination of transdisciplinary scientific and socio-economic resources in order to support the review and implementation of air quality legislation by the European Commission (EC) led by DG Environment. SEFIRA will coordinate some of the best scientific and socio-economic resources and will review air quality policies and legislation at the interface between environmental, economic and social sciences in order to achieve a deeper understanding of these complex issues. The main fields involved in the action will be atmospheric sciences, environmental and legal sociology, anthropology, geography and economics.