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September 22 - 26, 2014, Natal, Brazil

iCACGP/IGAC-2014 First Announcement

On behalf of the Local Organizing Committee, we invite you to participate in the joint 13th iCACGP Quadrennial Symposium and 13th IGAC Science Conference, which is to be held from the 22nd - 26th of September, 2014, in the city of Natal, in northeastern Brazil.

Registration is now open.

The Joint Quadrennial ICACGP Symposia and IGAC Science Conferences provide unique mechanisms for the dissemination of scientific information across the transdisciplinary global atmospheric scientific community. The topical theme of the joint 13th Quadrennial iCACGP Symposium / 13th IGAC Science Conference is “Changing Chemistry in a Changing World”: The foci being our current knowledge and understanding of the chemical, physical and biogeochemical processes, which determine atmospheric composition and behavior, their modification by anthropogenic activity and related feedbacks. Of central significance to the meeting is our knowledge of the fundamental science, which impacts the accuracy of our assessment of both the recent and current impact of human behavior on the earth system, and of the prediction of future air quality, human health, environmental and climate change.



10-11 June 2014, Boulder, Colorado, USA

16th GEIA Conference 

Bridging Emissions Science and Policy

We are please to announce the GEIA Conference 2014, Bridging Emissions Science and Policy.  The Conference will be held 10-11 June 2014 at NCAR's Center Green Conference Center in Boulder, Colorado, USA.  Please share the attached Conference announcement with your colleagues. Visit the GEIA web site http://www.geiacenter.org/ for Conference updates.


SEFIRA Call for Associates

Dear Colleagues,

I'm pleased to announce that the call to become associates to the EU FP7 project SEFIRA "Socio Economic implications For Individual Responses to Air pollution policies in EU+27" is now open and available at http://www.sefira-project.eu/ad/deliverables-2/call-for/
The description of the project, of the activities carried out so far and future events are available at http://www.sefira-project.eu/
Best regards


Research-Policy Stakeholder Meeting

Tuesday 2nd December 2014 (from 9:30 to 15:30)

Royal Academy of Sciences, Brussels, rue Ducale, 1, 1000 Brussels

Climate change and air quality have become prominent environmental issues that have generated much debate between the scientific community, decision-makers and policy-makers.

In the past few years the European Commission has supported a number of large European projects, among which ACCENT-Plus, ATOPICA, PEGASOS, MACC, ECLAIRE and ECLIPSE, to address these issues and to develop new knowledge of relevance for government, public administration and the corporate world.

The outcome of these projects, all include aspects of Air Quality and Climate Change research and policy implications derived from their research findings. A synthesis of the science-policy aspects of these projects is currently in progress and will be presented during the meeting.

The focus of four short keynote presentations of science and policy issues will be covering the following topics:

  • Ozone in Europe
  • Airborne Particulate matter in Europe
  • Climate change and Air Quality
  • Nitrogen-Food security-air quality and climate change interactions

These will be followed in the early afternoon by a round-table discussion including representatives of the European Commission, the European Parliament, the Word Health Organization (WHO), the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), the World Climate Research Programme (WCRP), the International Institute for Applied System Analysis (IIASA) and the European Environment Agency.

A provisional program is attached below.

For further information please contact dr. Natalia Sudarchikova at the following address:
This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. , at the Climate Service Centre 2.0 in Hamburg



Stakeholder Dialogue Meeting on Air Quality and Climate Change

Tuesday, 2 December 2014

Royal Academy of Belgium

Rue Ducale 1, 1000 Brussels

Click on the links below to download presentations


9:30: Welcome Coffee (Marble Room of the Royal Academy)

10:00 Opening of the Meeting (Trone Room of the Academy)

Welcome by the Meeting Chair: Prof. David Fowler, Centre for Ecology & Hydrology, Edinburgh, UK (10 min)

Presentations on policy-related findings of 7 EU projects dealing with environmental aspects including climate change, air pollution and societal impacts.

10:15-10:30 Prof. Dr. Spyros Pandis, University of Patras, Greece: Chemistry-climate interactions (PEGASOS project).

10:30-10:45 Dr. Sandro Fuzzi, Institute of Atmospheric Sciences and Climate of CNR, Italy: Aerosols (ACCENT-Plus Project).

10:45-11:00 Prof. Dr. Paul Monks, University of Leicester, UK: Ozone and Air Pollution (ACCENT Plus Project).

11:00-11:15 Dr. Andreas Stohl, Norwegian Institute for Air Research, Norway: Climate impacts of short-lived climate forcers (ECLIPSE Project).

11:15-11:30 Prof. Dr. Mark Sutton, Centre for Ecology & Hydrology, Edinburgh, UK: Air-ecosystem interactions and ammonia (ECLAIRE Project).

11:30-11:45 Dr. Kathy Law, Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique, Paris, France: Arctic pollution and climate/Air Quality impacts (ACCESS Project).

11:45-12:00 Prof. Dr. Michelle Epstein, Medical University of Vienna, Austria: Pollen is in the air (ATOPICA Project).

12:00-12:15 Dr. Michael Gauss, Norwegian Meteorological Institute, Norway: Added-value products for policy use (MACC-III Project).

Questions and Discussion

12:45 Lunch (served in the Marble Room of the Royal Academy at the invitation of the Accent Plus Project)

14:00 Second Part of the Meeting (Trone Room of the Academy): Panel Discussion

Opening Remarks by Prof. Dr. David Fowler, Centre for Ecology & Hydrology, Edinburgh, UK, Chair of the Panel

Panel Discussion

  • Dr. Andrea Tilche, European Commission, DG Research
  • Dr. Andre Zuber, European Commission, DG Environment
  • Dr. Deon Terblanche, World Meteorological Organization
  • Dr. Gerardo Sanchez Martinez, World Health Organization
  • Prof. Dr. Paul Monks, University of Leicester, Chair of the International Global Atmospheric Chemistry Project (IGAC), UK
  • Dr. Sandro Fuzzi, Institute of Atmospheric Sciences and Climate of CNR, Italy
  • Dr. Erika von Schneidemesser, Institute for Advanced Sustainability Studies, Germany
  • Representatives of other organizations including the private sector

Conclusions: Prof. Dr. Guy Brasseur, Max Planck Institute for Meteorology, Germany

16:00 End of the meeting


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