Task Force on Integrated Assessment Modelling

51st meeting
Virtual meeting
April 6-8, 2022

TFIAM 51st meeting
 Opening of the meeting
News from bodies of the Air Convention, other bodies and objectives of the meeting Rob Maas / Stefan Åström
Review of the Gothenburg protocol
TFTEI Updated technical guidelines Tiziano Pignatelli / Nadine Allemand
Results of GAINS calculations and answers to the GPG questions, including discussions Zbigniew Klimont
Quick introduction on the issue of condensables David Simpson
New GAINS scenarios and analysis in support of the GPG questions Zbigniew Klimont
Ref2: updated and consistent PM emissions with condensables for the small combustion sector Jeroen Kuenen/Hugo Denier van der Gon
Impact of Condensable Organics on PM2.5 calculations 2005-2019; results from the NMR-RWC project David Simpson
PM2.5 and ozone health impacts in the UNECE region: role of precursors and sources Claudio Belis
Information on the WHO 2021 update of air quality guidelines Roman Perez Velasco
Other results of assessment modelling
Impacts of remote working and electric vehicle uptake Andrew Kelly
Review of the Gothenburg protocol
Progress of EPCAC Guus Velders
Application of EMEP/uEMEP for the AAQD review process Bruce Denby Rolstad
Urban-rural air pollution (and mitigation strategies); focus on West Balkan and EECCA Gregor Kiesewetter
Global present and future nitrogen abatement potential and its impact on air quality and health Rita van Dingenen
Other elements of the TFIAM work plan 2022-2023
Development of a guidance document on behavioural & structural measures Stefan Åström
Forum for International Cooperation on Air Pollution and collaboration with TFIAM Alison Davies
Status of TFIAM 2022-2023 work plan items, and IAM & Economic aspects in the 2022-2029 EMEP Research strategy Stefan Åström
Other results of assessment modelling
The Regional Air quality Plan of Campania Region Carlo Trozzi
Assessing mitigation pathways to realise public health benefits of air pollutant emission reductions from agriculture Stefan Reis
Feasibility of WHO AQG and IT levels in the Netherlands Paul Ruyssenaars
Zero greenhouse gas emission energy system designs for the UK and Europe Mark Barrett
An integrated assessment model for efficient estimation of health costs reduction associated to air quality impact of emission control policies Matteo Paolo Costa
Analysis of abatement options to reduce PM2.5 concentrations in the UK Helen Apsimon
The importance of multiscale model studies for the evaluation of measures to reduce NO2 concentrations José-Luis Santiago
Summary of the meeting, messages to WGSR Co-chairs

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