Getting from (PM)2.5 to Zero: Towards Solutions Part 2

Roadshow Recap from Session Stop #6, November 11

“We need to get to specific, sustainable agendas to move more of what we know into more of what we do; and sustain it.”- Jessica Seddon, WRI

“[Air quality] monitoring is really just the start. The bigger piece is source apportion and emission inventory, which is the most important part when designing and identifying projects that will be most impactful both in terms of financial and air pollution reduction.”- Max Klotz, IFC

“There is a lot of interest [on the issue of air pollution] on the ground. The problem is there is no common language to talk about solutions whether at the local or national level. The [technical information] translation work takes a lot of time and building the capacity from the ground up and from the top down needs to happen simultaneously…We provide responsive research, evidence and data, and bridge the technical understanding with what it means for stakeholders on the ground by translating the research in a way that connects with the people.”- Isabella Suarez, CREA

“For an employer, a healthy workforce is a productive workforce; but if they can also understand how different members of their workforce experience air pollution differently, both directly and indirectly, then that might help to identify measures than can help better.”- Diane Archer, SEI

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