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China - Local Network Commitments
from Better Air Quality 2004 country networking session

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  • Further define the organizational structure for the China network: CAI-Asia China Network as a vehicle to bring together different players in AQM, with SEPA as the leading government agency for the network
  • Conduct structured consultation with network members
  • Consultation of players should include all stakeholders (such as cities, other government agencies, NGOs, academics, and experts)
  • Emission apportionment studies
  • Identify priorities where the network can add value to existing or planned AQM programs
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  • ADB, CAI-Asia, SEPA
  • Expert/Consultant work
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  • SEPA takes the lead facilitated by the proposed coordinator
  • Consultationand players should include all stakeholders, i.e., cities, other government agencies (health), NGOs, academics, experts
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  • Information and technical assistance: from external sources such as ADB, CAI-Asia
  • Training: more information on training program, in Chinese
  • China's own resources as planned in the 5-year plans
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  1. Chen Changhong, Shanghai CES
  2. Peter Chen, Environmental Testing Systems
  3. Kong Ha, Environment, Transport and Works Bureau
  4. Luo Gaolai, SEPA
  5. Liu Zi, SEPA
  6. Hao Jiming, Qinghua U
  7. He Kebin, Qinghua U
  8. Ning Tang, China Center for Disease Control and Prevention
  9. Tao Xiasong, SEPA
  10. Tsang Siu-kai, Environment, Transport and Works Bureau
  11. Yan Peng, CAI-Asia
  12. Qian Yong, SEPA
  13. Jian Xie, World Bank
  14. Zhang Yufei, City of Harbin
Better Air Quality Workshops

BAQ 2004
BAQ 2003
BAQ 2002

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China
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Policies and instruments > Evaluation and priorization of policies

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