Workshop: Measuring Air Quality and Health Co-benefits of Renewables

The work­shop is open for every­one. No reg­is­tra­tion needed.

What are the newest method­olog­i­cal approach­es in assess­ing the health effects of air pol­lu­tion relat­ed to fos­sil fuel com­bus­tion? Which online tools are avail­able for rough esti­mates? Which polit­i­cal effect does it have to argue with the numbers?

These are ques­tions we want to explore dur­ing a work­shop with our team of experts: Lau­ri Myl­lyvir­ta (Cen­tre for Research on Ener­gy and Clean Air), Tes­sa Schiefer (New­Cli­mate Insti­tute), and Franziska Sper­feld (Inde­pen­dent Insti­tute for Envi­ron­men­tal Issues).

Dur­ing the work­shop, we will launch our new pub­li­ca­tion togeth­er with the Cen­tre for Research on Ener­gy and Clean Air: “Co-ben­e­fits Knowl­edge Com­mons: Renew­able ener­gy for air qual­i­ty and people’s health” (IASS/UfU/CREA), which brings togeth­er a broad set of socio-eco­nom­ic assess­ment tools, key find­ings, and expert con­tacts from around the globe.

The work­shop “Open­ing the Tool­box: Mea­sur­ing Air Qual­i­ty and Health Co-ben­e­fits” takes place on Sep­tem­ber 27, 2022, 3 PM CEST, via Zoom. No reg­is­tra­tion need­ed. Please use the link below to join the workshop:

Pass­code: 562012