As partner in the RESCATAME project, EBN is invited to participate actively in the Intergoup Meeting entitled 'AIR POLICY'
that will take place in the European Parliament next 26th of September. Philippe Vanrie, EBN's CEO, and Cedric Hananel of EBN will present the results and benefits of the RESCATAME project in terms of sustainable traffic levels and traffic control measures management.
Over the last years, air quality has become one of the most important public health and environmental issue as pollution continues to cause damage to people and environment. A comprehensive review of the EU air quality policies was launched following a broad public consultation process in 2011 and the Commission is expected to present ideas on the future of EU air policy by 2013 at the latest.
RESCATAME - "Red Extensa de Sensores de Calidad del aire para una Administración del Tráfico urbano Amigable con el Medio ambientE”
(Pervasive Air-quality Sensors Network for an Environmental Friendly Urban Traffic Management) is a project which purpose is to integrate management needs of mobility and air quality into a single urban traffic management model.
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