May 19, 2021 - 10:30 am
May 19, 2021 - 12:00 pm
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TRANSPORT SPECIAL INTEREST GROUP
The Transport SIG Workshop will be held in association with the 25th International Clean Air and Environment Conference (CASANZ 2021) on Wednesday 19 May @ 10.30am – 12.00pm via the online conference platform, Whova.
Can lessons learned during lockdown help deliver tangible emission reductions and health benefits? The Transport Special Interest Group will explore the air quality impacts and health outcomes of lockdown and ask the question “so what” in terms of the lessons learned and transport management opportunities presented.
- UK on the air quality impacts of lockdown – Dr Karl Ropkins (University of Leeds)
- Energy and Health Research on the health impacts of air quality changes associated with the COVID19 pandemic – Dr Christine Cowie (UNSW and the Centre for Air pollution, energy and health Research – CAR)
- Panel Discussion – “So what” in terms of lessons learned and transport management opportunities – Dr Ian Longley (NIWA and a TSIG committee representative), Dr Karl Ropkins and Dr Christine Cowie.
- Audience Q&A session
Whether you plan to attend the full conference on 17-21 May or just this workshop, register now and join the conversation!
Note: Full conference registration includes access to all workshops and social events.
For full details, visit the CASANZ website.
|DATE:||Wednesday 19 May, 2021|
|TIME:||10.30am to 12.00pm|
|WHERE:||Via the CASANZ Conference App, Whova|
Members: $75 incl GST
Non Members: $100 incl GST
Retired/Students: $35 incl GST