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International Workshop on Black Carbon in Latin America
Wednesday, 04 November 2009
 The following link will lead you to all of the presentations from the event, as well as other documents including news articles that appeared after the event, an ICCT white paper on the scientific knowledge of black carbon, and a scientific article by Dr. Mario Molina on the importance of short-lived pollutants in climate change.
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SEMINAR "PARTICULATE MATERIAL AND QUALITY OF AUTOMOTIVE FUEL"
Monday, 26 October 2009
The Politecnico Colombiano Jaime Isaza Cadavid, Ecopetrol, the University of Antioquia and the Metropolitan Area of Bore Valley conducted the seminar PARTICULATE MATERIAL AND QUALITY OF AUTOMOTIVE FUEL, which allows to treat one of the most important elements of global environmental problems, the presence atmospheric fine particulate matter known as PM2.5. Combustion processes are the main source and in most urban areas are the source generating the internal combustion engine.
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SAEMC ADAPTE Highlights
Wednesday, 12 August 2009
SAEMC & ADAPTE: HIGLIGHTS
 
BRIEF PROJECT DESCRIPTION
Although, only Buenos Aires’ and Sao Paulo’s populations exceed 10 million inhabitants, more than 80% of South Americans live in densely populated urban areas. Many of such urban areas show deteriorating air quality due to increasing emissions and unfavorable dispersion conditions. The Inter American Institute for Global Change Research (IAI, http://www.iai.int ) has provided the means to establish the South American Emissions Mega-cities and Climate (SAEMC, CNRII 2017, http://saemc.cmm.uchile.cl ) project, which is a Collaboration Research Network for the period 2006-2010, involving researchers in Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, United States of America and Peru. SAEMC represents an unprecedented opportunity for strengthening and coordinating regional research capabilities, connecting regional and global efforts, and providing sound scientific basis for sustainable policies. In addition to this, IAI has approved a two-year project (2007-2009), Adaptation to health impacts of air pollution and climate extremes in Latin American cities (ADAPTE), providing a stronger human dimension value to the original project.
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