9am - 5:30pm
Monday 20 April 2020

Third Clean Air Engineering for Cities workshop

A collaborative effort towards ‘clean air for all.’

Innovation for Health Building
Floor 1, room 2
University of Surrey

This event is invitation only.


Air pollution causes seven million premature deaths worldwide, disproportionately affecting poor and vulnerable communities and exacerbating inequalities among the masses in official development assistance (ODA) countries. The Clean Air Engineering for Cities (CArE-Cities) project has been operating since the beginning of 2019 providing an international knowledge exchange platform that aims to bring cleaner air to cities in collaboration with eleven Development Assistance Committee (DAC) listed countries.

With a collaborative vision of ‘clean air for all’, this workshop is a closing for the project efforts to share learnings and reflect on efforts made to understand emissions through a global campaign that capitalised on low-cost pollution monitoring technology and explored exposure reduction strategies in the selected ODA cities.


You will need to register your place for this workshop. Please note: This is an invitation only event.


If you have any queries then please email our GCARE team.

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