Dates: May 30 to June 2, 2023
Venue: Anil Agarwal Environment Training Institute (AAETI), Nimli, Tijara, Alwar district, Rajasthan
Under the National Clean Air Programme (NCAP) 131 non-attainment cites including 42 million plus cities are implementing clean air action plans. Also the 15th Finance Commission fund supports clean air initiatives in million plus cities. In order to accomplish the goals of NCAP (20 to 30 per cent reduction in particulate pollution by 2024) and 15th Finance Commission (5 per cent annual reduction over 5 years), these programmes require implementation of time-bound multi-sectoral action. The centre has further enhanced the target to 40 per cent reduction in particulate pollution by 2026 or achieving 60 microgramme per cubic metre.
Since 2021–22, the 15th Finance Commission's fund disbursement has become performance-based. Cities need to demonstrate decrease in PM10 levels and increase in good days as per the air quality index. This is reported in clean air actions in Swacchh Vayu Sarvekshan. NCAP has also led to resource mobilisation through convergence of other schemes and funding in the concerned sectors that aidin air quality improvement. Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB) through Portal for Regulation of Air Pollution in Non-Attainment Cities (PRANA) monitors and assesses the physical and financial status of city action plans implementation. This is further supported by the state action plans.
The most recent addition in NCAP is Lifestyle for Environment (LiFE) Mission indicators. State and city action plans are required to integrate 14 LiFE indicators related to clean air plan along with annual targets and quarterly progress monitoring.
All this require an in-depth understanding and knowledge of the multi-sectoral strategies, how these can be designed as part of funding strategies and implemented for air pollution reduction. This training programme has been specially designed to support implementation, performance evaluation and mid-course assessment of the clean air action plans in NCAP cities.
Centre for Science and Environment (CSE) is inviting participation in its four-day Training Programme onAchieving NCAP air quality goals: Understanding performance evaluation and integration of LIFE mission in 2023 action strategy on May 30 to June 2, 2023 at Anil Agarwal Environment Training Institute (AAETI) located at Nimli, Tijara, Alwar district, Rajasthan.This programme represents our initiative to promote good regulatory practices on clean air action planning through knowledge sharing and capacity building.
This training programme is specially designed for officials from the concerned implementing departments and agencies including State Pollution Control Boards (SPCBs), Pollution Control Committees (PCCs), Urban Local Bodies (ULBs) and other officials involved with NCAP, clean air action planning and implementation.
Training session modules will enable interaction with experts and will focus on the following:
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|Who can apply?
|Government officials from Environment departments, SPCBs, PCCs, Urban Development and Municipal Administration departments, ULBs (Municipal Corporations/Nagar Nigams/Municipal Councils/Nagar Palika Parishads), City Development Authorities, Transport departments, Bus transport corporations/State Transport Undertakings (STUs)/City bus services and other concerned
|Full scholarship for regulators/government officials which includes lodging, boarding, local travel from Delhi to AAETI and back and training kit fee. It does not cover travel cost from the participating official’s respective location to Delhi and back.
|Certificate: Participants will be awarded a certificate on completion of the training
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