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January 2018

This month, EM considers how we might successfully feed the growing human population in a way that is affordable, just, and sustainable.

Inside This Month's Issue

Features

Clean Air: A Global Perspective
by John Bachmann


An Introduction to Global Air Quality
by Sara Terry


U.S. Embassies Host Air Quality Monitors
by Phil Dickerson an dCaroline D'Angelo


Soot-Free Urban Bus Fleets
by Ray Minjares


Clean Air for Ghana--Building on Success
by Emmanuel Appoh and Sara Terry


Reducing International Air Pollution under the Convention on Long-Range Transboundary Air Pollution
by Paul Almodóvar and Kimber Scavo


Analytical Tools to Support Air Quality Policy-Making Globally
by Amanda Curry Brown, Neal Fann, Christopher Malley, Johan Kuylenstierna, and Harry Vallack


Asian Cities and Clean Air Action Plans
by Scott Voorhees


Tackling the Waste Crisis in Kenya: Advancing Integrated Waste Management
by Alice Kaudia and Erika Rosenthal

Also This Month...
 

Asian Connections: A Return to the Land of the Blue Sky
IGiven the severity of the air pollution in the Mongolian capital, Ulaanbaatar, the necessity to bolster emissions inventory capacity to accurately determine emission sources and pollutant concentrations is a government priority.

 

 

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