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The new white paper of the International Council on Clean Transportation (ICCT) concerning the real emission values of new vehicles type-approved to the Euro 6 emission shows: “The average, on-road emission levels of NOx were estimated at 7 times the certified emission limit for Euro 6 vehicles.” Consequently, the cities cannot limit their measures to renewal of their fleets but have to take measures to purposively reduce the emission of NO2 (nitrogen dioxide), which has a harmful effect on the respiratory system of the human being. » More

Deutsche Umwelthilfe successfully sued for Clean Air in Reutlingen/Germany

The Regional Council Tübingen has to implement more measures to improve the air quality in Reutlingen. This is the consequence of a legal action conducted by the Deutsche Umwelthilfe (German Environmental aid, DUH) before the Administrative Court... »More

„Clean Air in Ports“ Barcelona

Workshop „Clean Air in Ports“ within 9th  GreenPorts Congress

On the 16th of October 2014 NABU held its fifth workshop „Clean Air in Ports“ within the GreenPorts Congress taking place this year in Barcelona. The annual congress focusses on the... »More

“Clean Air in Cities” conference

International exchange of knowledge and experience for improvement of the air quality in cities

Within the scope of its Clean Buses project, a subproject of its Clean Air project, the Verkehrsclub Deutschland e.V. (VCD) arranged the “Clean Air in Cities”... »More

New Publications

 

Best-Practice Guidelines on Good Air Quality for Municipalities

The following guidelines show how good urban air quality can be reached by implementing a variety of measures to pick and mix from:

 

- Bus retrofit

- Cargo Bikes

- Congestion Charge

- Construction Machinery

- High Emitters

- Low Emission Zones

- Parking Management

- Passenger ships

- Promotion of Less Car use

- Public transport

 
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