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2023 will see the fourth EU Clean Air Forum


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    According to the most recent data provided by the European Environment Agency, around 240 000 people died prematurely due to exposure of fine particulate matter above the World Health Organization guideline levels in the EU in the year 2020. This marks a steady decrease since the year 2005, and shows that clean air policies deliver successes.

    On 26 October 2022, the Commission proposed a revision of the EU Ambient Air Quality Directives to align the air quality standards more closely with the latest recommendations of the World Health Organization.

    The agenda with confirmed and registered speakers can be found here For more information on the speakers, the exhibitors and for practical information on the venue please click here

    Information from the European Environment Agency, the Joint Research Centre and the LIFE Programme on clean air will also be showcased during the event. You may find more information here.

    Information about previous EU Clean Air Forum can be found here.

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