European Union research projects
The AQMRC was part of the Management Committee on the EU Framework INTEGAIRE (Integrated Urban Governance and Air Quality Management in Europe) and has played a pivotal role in other key EU air quality and carbon management research projects.
Apportion air pollution emissions and concentrations, carbon footprints and health outcomes by city citizens' behaviour and day-to-day activities in order to make these challenges relevant to how people chose to live, behave and interact within their city environment.
This project assist Environmental Goods and Services businesses in the South West of England to innovate their products and services faster, improve their competitiveness and market awareness and develop new routes to market.
This project provided support to environmental small and medium sized enterprises, to help their businesses to innovate their products and services faster, improve their competitiveness and market awareness and develop new routes to market.
AQMRC provided support to the European Commission for the review of the Thematic Strategy on Air Pollution and the related instruments on ambient air quality, and the National Emissions Ceiling Directive.
The team developed an innovative analytical model for the study of governance for sustainability, focusing on the synergy between new governance modes and different forms of knowledge, taking into account the rapid changes in the knowledge society.
The REPLICATE project (REnaissance in PLaces with Innovative Citizenship And Technology) is a European research and development project aiming to deploy integrated energy, mobility and ICT solutions in city districts.
Air Quality Management Resource Centre (AQMRC)
The AQMRC is widely recognised by air quality and carbon management practitioners, nationally and internationally as a leading provider of information, advice, research and consultancy.
Research centres and groups
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