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Manila
Public awareness

In: Education and awareness Elisea (Bebet) Gozun, Chairperson, Partnership for Clean Air, Metro Manila

Main document of a country/city
Clearing the Air: A Forum on Monitoring and Reporting Air Quality in Metro Manila

Key organizations engaged in air quality monitoring in Metro Manila discussed their findings and methodology with stakeholders.

Vehicle Statistics in Metro Manila

In: Vehicular air pollution Registered Vehicles (1981-2003) using data from the Land Transportation Office (LTO)

Second main document of a topic/section
Metro Manila Development Authority, Philippines

Description and Announcement
Sweeping off the Dust in Manila's Air: A Science and Policy Dialogue

In: Monitoring 21 April 2004, ADB Headquarters, Manila, Philippines

LPG-CNG Workshop

In: Compressed Natural Gas (CNG)Liquified Petroleum Gas (LPG) October 23-24, 2002. Manila, Philipines.

Action Plans for Reducing Vehicle Emissions

In: Emissions standards 28 February -1 March, 2002. Manila, Philippines.

Transport Planning, Demand Management and Air Quality

In: Transportation and traffic management 26 -27 February, 2002. Manila, Philippines.

Clearing the Air: A Forum on Monitoring and Reporting Air Quality in Metro Manila

In: Monitoring 5 October 2004, Manila, Philippines

Stakeholder Workshop

May 28-31, 2002. Manila, Philippines.

Publications
The role of traffic engineering and management in Metro Manila

In: Vehicular air pollution Rogelio U. Uranza, Assistant General Manager, Metropolitan Manila Development Authority

Public Health Monitoring of the Metro Manila Air Quality Improvement Sector Development Program

In: Health impacts WHO

Metro Manila Air Quality Improvement Sector Development Program

In: Vehicular air pollutionIndustrial air pollution Asian Development Bank

Integrated Environmental Strategies – Manila, Philippines

In: Vehicular air pollutionIndustrial air pollutionRegional and global effects United States Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA)

Improved Information about Urban Air Quality Management - Manila, Philippines

In: Monitoring United Nations Development Programme (UNDP)/ Regional Cooperative Agreement (RCA)/ International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA)

Metro Manila Urban Transport Integration Project (MMURTRIP)

In: Vehicular air pollution World Bank

Presentations
Roadside apprehension in Manila, Philippines

In: Vehicular air pollution Ramon Santiago, Head, Anti-Smoke Belching Task Force, Metro Manila Development Authority

Manila's Anti-smoke Belching Program

In: Vehicular air pollution By C. Sialder, Jr., Air Quality Section, Environment Management Bureau, Department of Environment and Natural Resources, the Philippines, and R. Santiago, Metro Manila Development Authority.

Air Quality Management Programs: the Case of Manila

In: Vehicular air pollution by C. Melhuish, Asian Development Bank

Economic instruments for mobile source emission control in Metro Manila

In: Policies and instruments P. Abeygunawardena, Senior Economist (Environment), Division, East and Central Asia Department, ADB and Ivan Ruzicka, ADB Consultant

Transport planning and management, synthesis Manila Workshop

In: Transportation and traffic management Primitivo Cal, Professor, School of Urban and Regional Planning, University of the Philippines

Documents
Pollution Tax For Controlling Emissions From the Manufacturing And Power Generation Sectors: Metro Manila

In: Measuring impactsPolicies and instrumentsIndustrial air pollutionEconomic context Research report by Catherine Frances J. Corpuz: this conceptual study analyzes current and potential green tax policies in Metro Manila; implementation practices; and potential pollution abatement impacts and emission costs of such policies.

Baseline health profiling of communities located in the Metro Manila air shed

In: Measuring impacts Department of Health with the assistance of the WHO, Nov 1999, in SavetheAir.org

Metro Manila Report

In: Policies and instruments

Urban AQM - URBAIR - Metro Manila

In: Vehicular air pollution Cost-benefit study on traffic pollution abatement measures

Institutions
Manila Observatory, Philippines

Projects, programs and campaigns
Metro Manila Urban Transport Integration Project

In: Vehicular air pollution World Bank

Metro Manila air quality improvement (Investment Loan)

In: Policies and instruments

Philippines: Metro Manila Urban Transport Integration Project - Bicycle Network Demonstration Project (supplemental)

In: Vehicular air pollution

Philippines: Metro Manila Air Quality Improvement (Air Pollution Control Facility)

Philippines: Metro Manila Air Quality Improvement Sector Development Program

Metro Manila air quality improvement sector development program

News reports
Arroyo pushes extension of MRT-3 line to Monumento (Philippine Daily Inquirer)

In: Policies and instrumentsCleaner vehiclesTransportation and traffic management Gil Cabacungan, Inquirer News Service (Philippine Daily Inquirer and inq7.net) (4 Aug 2004)

Small oil firms warn of new price hike

In: Policies and instrumentsVehicular air pollution Bernardette S. Sto. Domingo, BusinessWorld (23 Aug 2004)

12.9-M-euro loan snagged for light rail rehabilitation

In: Policies and instrumentsCleaner vehiclesTransportation and traffic management Karen L. Lema, BusinessWorld (5 Aug 2004)

Julia Vargas flyover in Pasig opens

In: Transportation and traffic management Luige del Puerto, Philippine Daily Inquirer (29 Jul 2004)

MRT stalls anew

In: Cleaner vehiclesTransportation and traffic management INQ7.net (Updated 12:59pm (Mla time) 12 Aug 2004)

DENR test for Metro Manila air quality: Check your collar

In: MonitoringHealth impacts Martin Marfil, Volt Contreras, Inquirer News Service (18 Aug 2004 Updated 02:06:03 Mla time)

Gov't agency turns around, admits Metro air polluted

In: Monitoring Christine Gaylican, Philippine Daily Inquirer (4 Aug 2004)

Neri says gov't got better terms for rail project

In: Policies and instrumentsTransportation and traffic management BusinessWorld (17 Aug 2004)

DPWH turns around on EDSA rehab project

In: Policies and instrumentsTransportation and traffic management BusinessWorld (16 Aug 2004)

Justice dep't still to decide on who gets MRT-3 project

In: Policies and instrumentsTransportation and traffic management B. L. Lorenzo, BusinessWorld (11 Aug 2004)

Confusion mars traffic ticket scheme in Metro

In: Regulatory instruments (laws, agreements)Transportation and traffic management Margaux C. Ortiz and Leila B. Salaverria, Philippine Daily Inquirer (15 Jul 2004)

Second phase of MRT3 seen to be completed in 2 years

In: Transportation and traffic management Anna Barbara L. Lorenzo, Business World (29 Jul 2004)

Transport groups may ask for new fare hike

In: Policies and instrumentsTransportation and traffic managementSocio-economic context Edson Tandoc Jr., Clarissa Batino, Inquirer News Service (19 Aug 2004 Updated 21:33:00 Mla time)

Metro Manila air polluted beyond acceptable levels

In: MonitoringHealth impacts Kristine L. Alave, BusinessWorld (18 Aug 2004)

Zoning may help address Metro Manila air woes

In: Policies and instrumentsTransportation and traffic managementIndustrial air pollutionArea sources K. L. Alave, BusinessWorld (19 Aug 2004)

Four cities unite to collect overdue tax from MRT

In: Policies and instrumentsTransportation and traffic management Tina Santos, Inquirer News Service (Updated 11:25pm (Mla time) 10 Aug 2004)

A Firefly for Clean Air

In: Non-motorized transport by Mary Anne Plaza, Herworld.com

Clean Air Drive Intensified - Metro Manila Air Quality Improvement Sector Development Program

In: Monitoring Department of Environment and Natural Resources

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