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Discusses an extensive study by NARSTO to provide a framework for multipollutant air quality management
Covers the factors involved in the implementation of a risk- and results-based multipollutant air quality management strategy
Summarizes the technical resources needed to support a change in policy
Recent critiques of air quality management approaches currently employed in developed and many developing
countries have suggested that efficiencies could be achieved if air quality management practices shifted from
pollutant-by-pollutant approaches to a comprehensive multipollutant approach in which emission reduction decisions
are based on relative risk and evaluated on their effectiveness in meeting environmental and health goals. This book
assesses our technical readiness to undertake such an approach, and it outlines the technical developments that will
be needed to achieve a risk-based approach air quality management that includes means for measuring the
effectiveness of management decisions.
Content Level »Research
Keywords »Air quality and climate - Air quality and ecosystems - Air quality and human health - Air quality management - Air quality monitoring