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EU Environment Commissioner Janez Potocnik declared 2013 the “Year of Air” and announced a comprehensive legislative package that is going to be published by the EU commission in the upcoming months. It already becomes evident that member states will be given a significant extension to solve their air pollution problems until 2020. »More

Vitoria-Gasteiz: A new European role model for sustainable urban transport is making headlines

After a Clean Air study trip for journalists, media articles across Europe praise the Basque capital city Vitoria-Gasteiz as a positive role model. "In just ten years Vitoria has completely transformed itself from a car-dominated, polluted city to one of... »More

A fresh breeze or just hot air?

EU Environment Commissioner Janez Poto?nik declared 2013 the “Year of Air” and announced a comprehensive legislative package that is going to be published by the EU commission in the upcoming months. It already becomes evident that member states will be... »More

Clean Air in Ports: Antwerp

On October 8th the German Nature and Biodiversity Conservation Union (NABU) carried out the workshop “Clean Air in Ports: Antwerp”. More than 50 participants from all over Europe and various stakeholder groups participated in the meeting. Ports are... »More

Federal Administrative Court in Germany enlarges the right of action for NGOs

Today, September 5 the Federal Administrative Court decides about the legal case sued by the German Environmental Aid (Deutsche Umwelthilfe e.V.) against the state of Hesse for exceeding the limit values of 39. Ordinance on Air Quality Standards and... »More

NGOs award medal for early adopters in cleaner inland navigation

Today, the project “Clean Air” and “Sootfree for the Climate” campaign awarded a medal for the tourist passenger ship “Spreediamant” in Berlin. The ship is the first among the passenger ships in Berlin that has been retrofitted with a particulate filter... »More

Cleaner air for Europe: the project Clean Air shows solutions and potentials in its new film

Brussels, 4 June 2013 – A better air quality in Europe is possible. Particle filters, low-emission zones or more fundamental change in mobility behaviour – viable solutions are known. However, cities and municipalities still hesitate to act. The project... »More

21-22 November 2013, Berlin/Germany - International LIFE+ Platform Meeting "Alternative Future Urban Mobility"

 

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