The CAI-Asia China Project is a joint project of China State Environment Protection Administration (SEPA), Asian Development Bank, and CAI-Asia, with the support from the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation, Energy Foundation, and DEKRA AG. The mission of the Project is "to promote better air quality management in selected Chinese cities."
The CAI-Asia China Project was established in July 2005 in Beijing. The workshop marks the formal establishment of the China Project and aims to inform the selected Chinese cities about the CAI-Asia China Project. The cities which will be represented in the workshop are Chengdu, Chongqing, Hangzhou, Harbin, Guangzhou, Tianjin, Ulumuchi, Qingdao, Changsha, Guiyang, and Luoyang.
Selected city representatives will be the main target group for this workshop as well as representatives from other stakeholders including private sector, donor agencies, and academe.
Objectives and expected results
- Understanding of the CAI-Asia China Project, objectives, work plan, and opportunities for cities and other stakeholders to participate in activities;
- Consensus among cities on gaps in existing AQM practice in cities;
- Consensus among cities on priority pilot topics;
- Identified training needs of cities related to AQM;
- Clear understanding of the expectations from the cities
For more information, contact
Tang Dagang (senior coordinator), [email protected]
Yan Peng (coordinator), [email protected]
Yue Xin (researcher), [email protected]