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How can we Strengthen Air Pollution Risk Communication through Data?

04 Mar 2022   |   1500–1615 IST

Air pollution in India is a clear and present crisis that calls for year-round action. Understanding modelled data on long-term air pollution trends can help explain the underlying contributing sources, as well as their spatial and temporal variation.

In this session, we will discuss how such data can strengthen air pollution and public risk communications; and inspire action from policymakers and the citizens. We will also unpack India's growing air pollution trend (1998-present) as captured in the GBD MAPS assessment, look to understand uncertainty in global assessments, and how domestic research groups can strengthen these assessments.

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Saman Fatima Nomani

Communications Associate

[email protected]

Key Speakers

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    Chandra Venkataraman

    Professor, Department of Chemical Engineering

    IIT Bombay

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    Mukesh Sharma

    Professor, Department of Civil Engineering

    IIT Kanpur

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    Poornima Prabhakaran

    Deputy Director and Additional Professor

    Public Health Foundation of India

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    Sarath Guttikunda

    Founder/Director

    Urban Emissions

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    Karthik Ganesan

    Fellow and Director - Research Coordination

    CEEW