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Training on “Emissions distribution methodology and introduction to EDGAR WEB-based gridding tool”

19-20 February 2018, JRC – Ispra Site (I), Italy

Welcome speech and introduction

Welcome
Julian Wilson, Joint Research Centre, Air and Climate Unit (Deputy Head of Unit, Project leader of the MARREF project)

 

Round table: introduction of the participants

SESSION 1 Convention on Long-Range Transboundary Air Pollution and EMEP/EEA: reporting requirements on gridded emission inventories.

Reporting requirements and guidance for estimating and spatially distributing air pollutant emissions: Convention on Long-Range Transboundary Air Pollution and National Emission Ceilings Directive (via WebEx).
Jeroen Kuenen, TNO/co-chair of the TFEIP Expert Panel on Combustion and Industry Contacts

 

Recommended tools for emissions estimation with focus on the small combustion sector (via WebEx).
Jeroen Kuenen, TNO/co-chair of the TFEIP Expert Panel on Combustion and Industry Contacts

 

EMEP/EEA air pollutant emission inventory guidebook: methodology to estimate and distribute the emissions from transport sector.
Leonidas Ntziachristos, Univ.-Prof. PhD., Aristotle University Thessaloniki/co-chair of the TFEIP Expert Panel on Transport

 

Recommended tools for emissions estimation with focus on transport sector.
Leonidas Ntziachristos, Univ.-Prof. PhD., Aristotle University Thessaloniki/co-chair of the TFEIP Expert Panel on Transport

 
SESSION 2 Countries’ Expertise and Perspectives.

Croatia: Methodology to estimate and distribute emissions from transport sector and from small combustion activities, including results.
Mirela Poljanac, EKONERG Ltd, Atmospheric Protection and Climate Change Department

 

Serbia: Methodology to estimate and distribute emissions from transport sector, results and gridmaps.
Nebojsa Redzic, Serbian Environmental Protection Agency

 

Hungary: Methodology to estimate and distribute emissions from transport sector, railways in particular (including results and gridmaps).
Orsolya Farkas, KTI Institute for Transport Sciences

 

The National Air Emission Management System in Turkey (via WebEx).
Canan Esin KÖKSAL, Environmental Expert, General Directorate for Environmental Management, Climate Change and Air Management Department, Ministry of Environment and Urbanization, Ankara, Turkey

 
SESSION 3 Emissions inventory and emissions distribution: EDGAR methodology

Space born observations to monitor and verify emissions.
Greet Janssens-Maenhout, Joint Research Centre, Copernicus programme

 

EDGAR methodology for emissions inventories.
Marilena Muntean, Joint Research Centre, Air and Climate Unit

 

EDGAR methodology for emissions distribution.
Marilena Muntean/Diego Guizzardi, Joint Research Centre, Air and Climate Unit

 
SESSION 4 EDGAR Web-based gridding tool

Introduction to EDGAR Web-based gridding tool.
Marilena Muntean/Diego Guizzardi, Joint Research Centre, Air and Climate Unit

 
SESSION 5 Practical applications

Point sources: emissions distribution
Area sources: emissions distribution
Line sources: emissions distribution.
Marilena Muntean/Diego Guizzardi, Joint Research Centre, Air and Climate Unit

 

Use the EDGAR Web-based gridding tool - input files with EDGAR emissions will be provided for the participants. The participants may also use the EDGAR Web-based gridding tool to distribute their national emissions from road transport and small combustion activities sectors.
Participants, supported by EDGAR team: Diego Guizzardi/Edwin Schaaf

 

Lesson learned, Wrap-up and conclusions

 

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