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Experiences in the management for a more efficient clean urban transport

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Experiences in the management for a more efficient clean urban transport

  • Date: Wednesday October 17th, 2018.
  • Hour: 09:00 – 10:30 am (time in Costa Rica)
  • Check the time according to your location: http://bit.ly/2CwVwg5

Agenda

Introduction. Aída Figari. Technical expert of the LEDS LAC Secretariat, Libélula Perú.

The Climate and Clean Air Program in Cities of Latin America (CALAC +). Jon Bickel. Director, Swisscontact. | Download presentation

Experience in the implementation of DPF filters in the Transantiago transport system. Nancy Manríquez. Manager of Mobile Sources, Ministry of the Environment of Chile. | Download presentation

Implementation of Euro VI buses on the La Reforma route in Mexico City. César Gálvez Hernández. Subdirector of sustainable transport promotion, SEDEMA. | Download presentation

About the webinar

Health problems caused by air pollution cost billions of dollars a year in medical expenses and lost productivity. The Pan American Health Organization (PAHO) estimates that more than 100 million people in Latin American cities are exposed to air pollution levels that exceed recommended standards. In many cases, air pollution and traditional greenhouse gases have the same sources, which means that mitigation technologies or policies that work for one can be effective for the elimination of the other.

The Climate and Clean Air Program in Cities of Latin America (CALAC +) is a Swiss Cooperation initiative (SDC) executed by Swisscontact that seeks to promote the efficiency and speed of the reduction of air pollutants that are harmful to human health and mitigate climate change through the application of diesel engine particle filters (DPF). The program works in four cities (Bogotá, Mexico City, Lima and Santiago de Chile) supporting the implementation of measures to reduce emissions of soot, air pollutants and greenhouse gases in urban transport and construction machinery. During the previous phase, different initiatives were supported for an urban transport that is less intensive in carbon emissions.

This Webinar will present two experiences for the reduction of emissions of soot in Latin America, the first is the implementation of particle filters in urban transport in the city of Santiago de Chile and the second is the introduction of transport buses Euro VI in Mexico City. The webinar will be held in Spanish. If you have any questions about this event, please contact the LEDS LAC Platform Secretariat: info@ledslac.org.

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