Presentation on theme: "TA Project: Improving Emissions Control NECD Emissions Inventory and Scenarios for Emissions Management Seminar: Activity 1.12 Ankara: 31 January 2012."— Presentation transcript:
TA Project: Improving Emissions Control NECD Emissions Inventory and Scenarios for Emissions Management Seminar: Activity 1.12 Ankara: 31 January 2012
TA Project: Improving Emissions Control Session 1 Seminar Objectives and Programme Dr Russell C Frost Project Team Leader
Project Overview Technical Assistance (TA) and Twinning Projects – Support the implementation of NEC Directive regarding SO 2, NOx, NMVOCs and NH 3 pollutants that give rise to significant adverse impacts on human health and the environment – Support the fulfilling of NECD requirements – Operational since March/May 2011 – Three TA Project Workshops held and one technical report produced – NECD and inventory preparation – TA Project ends 14 November 2012
TA Project Results to be Achieved Emissions inventory for 1990-2010 Emissions projections for 2011-2025 Cost-benefit analysis (CBA) of emissions reduction Regulatory impact assessment of NECD implementation Identification of possible national emission ceilings for SO 2, NOx, NMVOCs and NH 3 Guidelines for future updating of inventory and projections
Seminar Objectives Present and review the results of the 1990-2010 inventory for NECD pollutants Consider the technical scope for improving and enhancing the inventory Present and review scenarios for future emissions and emissions management – Basis for projections of emissions – Basis for CBA of emissions management/reduction – Basis for identifying possible emission ceilings
Stakeholder Involvement – Emissions Management Coordination Committee – Inter-Ministerial – Initial meeting December 2011 – Quarterly meetings plus working groups Project workshops on RIA and informal meetings with trade associations – March to June 2012 Seminar on RIA results and possible ceilings – August/September 2012
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