News March 2016

Justin Goodwin lead the second in a series of National Systems for GHG estimation and reporting workshops for the Balkan countries, Turkey and Croatia on 8 - 9th March in Tirana.

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Aether has contributed in this European Commission project to the revision/update of several chapters of the EMEP/EEA Emissions Inventory Guidebook.

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Chris Dore travelled to the UN in Geneva to present at the EMEP Bureau meeting – the Bureau provides strategic direction to the UN/ECE Convention on Long-Range Transboundary Air Pollution.

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Chris Dore is supporting Jamaica with their reporting of greenhouse gas emissions. The emissions inventory has been completed, and the national system and emissions inventory improvements are now being considered.

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Aether is the lead consultant for the development of the North East Scotland Sustainable Energy Action Plan (SEAP) encompassing the local authorities (LAs) of Aberdeenshire, Aberdeen City, Angus and Moray.

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Aether has been asked to undertake an air quality assessment using dispersion modelling for a proposed development site in Hackney, London.

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Beatriz Sánchez and Juan Luis Martín have participated in the fourth round of the technical analysis covering biennial update reports (BURs) submitted to the UNFCCC by non-Annex I Parties up to 18 December 2015.

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Testimonial

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“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

“Engaging Aether to support us to develop the first GHG Inventory System and first Nationally Determined Contribution (NDC) for the United Republic of Tanzania has been a rewarding experience due to their high level of professionalism, creativity, timeliness and value for money. We will definitely consider Aether in our future initiatives.”

Abbas Kitogo, Programme Specialist Energy and Climate Change, UNDP Tanzania

“The Aether team were a joy to work with and I would recommend the consultancy - the service provided throughout the process was exceptional. Where there were problems, they provided solutions. The team were working to very short time scales but were able to deliver a high quality piece of work within the specified time frame.”

Sefton Council - for the Merseyside Atmospheric Emissions Inventory

“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

“It has been a pleasure to work with Chris Dore and Richard Claxton from Aether: they did their job in a very professional and timely manner. The workshop was organized and carried out in a cooperative spirit; the information provided to the workshop participants was complete and clear.”

Alina Novikova, UN/ECE Secretariat

“The Aether team were a joy to work with and I would recommend the consultancy - the service provided throughout the process was exceptional.”

Clare Bayley, Defra

“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

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

Umweltbundesamt (Germany)

“If we have a need for any more reports in the future Aether will be first on my list.”

Alan Hardy, Kyson Design

“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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