Aether at the TFEIP annual meeting

18 May 2015

Chris Dore chaired the annual meeting of the Task Force on Emissions Inventories and Projections (TFEIP) in Milan last week. The TFEIP co-ordinates technical work on emissions of air pollutants within EMEP, and is responsible for maintaining the EMEP/EEA Emissions Inventory Guidebook.

Aether were heavily involved in the meeting, with Melanie Hobson chairing the Projections Expert Panel, and Richard Claxton co-ordinating the TFEIP’s annual workshop - this year tackling a wide range of issues relating to Black Carbon.

The European Commission’s project to provide updated information for incorporation into the EMEP/EEA Guidebook featured heavily throughout the meeting. The project team undertaking the work are Ricardo-AEA, Aether and AMEC Foster Wheeler.

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