News September 2016

The new 2016 version of the EMEP/EEA air pollutant emission inventory guidebook has today been published by the European Environment Agency (EEA) and the European Monitoring and Evaluation Programme (EMEP).

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Aether has recently completed an air quality assessment for a proposed large development in Caversham.

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Justin Goodwin and Richard Claxton have visited South Africa as part of a project to develop a National Greenhouse Gas Inventory System for the Department of Environmental Affairs (DEA).

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Aether was commissioned by the Australian Department of Environment to provide proposals for interactive visualisations of their greenhouse gas emissions inventory and energy data (AGEIS).

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“Aether's approach to couple innovative visualisation with high expertise manpower delivered valuable insights for our inventory work.”

Umweltbundesamt (Germany)

“Chris was excellent to work with and always very pro active in making suggestions, taking work forward and applying his considerable technical knowledge in effective ways.”

Robert Vaughan, Defra Air Quality Team

“Professional team and very collaborative communication. Effective result in terms of suggestions for improvement in the quality of the inventory and proposals on how to streamline specific topics.”

Italian Institute for Environmental Protection and Research

“Aether delivered training workshops and generated learning materials for our SSN members, providing technical content in a manageable and comprehendible format. We particularly benefitted from their extensive knowledge and ability to interpret the needs of our members into the training materials.”

Jennifer Anderson, Sustainable Scotland Network

“I must congratulate each of you for your professional and tireless efforts. Let me point out that this has been the 'neatest' in-country review expert review team I have coordinated, and it has been a real pleasure.”

UNFCCC Secretariat

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