On March 11, 2020, the World Health Organization declared the outbreak of COVID-19 a global pandemic. Implemented restrictions led to rapid and unforeseen reductions in emissions of atmospheric pollutants and greenhouse gases worldwide.
The onset of the pandemic was followed by a wave of research studies towards the detection, attribution, and increased understanding of the impacts of reduced anthropogenic emissions on the Earth’s atmosphere and climate. In this workshop we will look at some of the findings from these studies and try to draw useful information and guidance for policy makers working towards the improvement of air quality and climate change mitigation.
This event will take place at Stockholm University and online via zoom. Full details will be sent out following registration at the link below.
|Presentation of FORCeS’ policy brief Air quality and climate policies: moving forward after COVID-19
Panel discussion moderated by Hanna Nikkanen (Journalist, Co-founder of Long Play) with:
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Constrained aerosol forcing for improved climate projections
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Co-benefits of green recovery packages for climate and society in response to the COVID-19 crisis
FORCeS has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 821205.
COCLIM-19 (project-number 2020-02870) has received funding from the Swedish Research Council FORMAS.