A joint initiative of Rajasthan State Pollution Control Board and Centre for Science and Envionment
As part of the National Clean Air Programme, the state of Rajasthan is in the process of implementing a clean air action plan to meet the clean air benchmark in its five non-attainment cities Ð Jaipur, Kota, Udaipur, Jodhpur and Alwar. While deepening the multi-sector action at the city level, the Rajasthan State Pollution Control Board (RSPCB) has also taken a step to review a regional approach to air quality management to maximise air quality gains.
CSE, in collaboration with the RSPCB, has carried out an assessment of the current baseline action in different sectors in Jaipur and Jaipur division to identify the opportunities for enhancing the strategies for comprehensive on-ground action for effective mitigation in critical sectors of industry, transport and waste management to enhance the strategy at a regional scale.
We invite you to this first in the series meeting, planned to inform implementation of priority action. This online workshop will bring together key implementing agencies, regulatory authorities and key stakeholders who are involved with the implementation of the multi-sector clean air action plan.
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|Strategies for Ensuring Clean Air in Rajasthan (with special focus on Jaipur region)|
|Air quality analysis for Rajasthan|
|Decoding winter air pollution in Jaipur region and other cities of Rajasthan|
|Jaipur region: Towards enhanced multi-sector strategies for clean air
By: Anumita Roychowdhury
|Vehicles and mobility
By: Shantanu Gupta
|Air Quality Assessment, Trend Analysis, Emission Inventory and Source Apportionment Study in Jaipur City
By: Mukesh Sharma; PhD, FNAE Professor
Department of Civil Engineering
Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur
|CSE’S TPP Work at the National Level|
|Assessment of Industrial Air Pollution in Jaipur Division & Its Airshed|