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2nd Bluetech International Clean Air Conference

2nd Bluetech International Clean Air Conference
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The Bluetech International Clean Air Conference 2016 invited around 300 participants, including Chinese and international experts, technology companies, local environmental departments, environmental organization, researchers and media together to witness the future clean air evolving trend and cutting-edge development of clean air technologies around the world.

The conference addressed China’s 13th FYP Clean Air Strategies, international experience, advanced clean air technologies and market opportunities, advanced technology assessment, and demonstration and promotion mechanisms for environmental technology of many levels. The US-China clean air cooperation opportunities analysis report was released at this conference. Environmental department representatives from many provinces and cities were invited to deploy their technologies and help implement clean air policies in China. Meanwhile five sub-forums were held with topics ranging from related strategy and deep discussions for Urban Air Quality Improvement Experience, Challenges and Demand, next generation monitoring technology, bulk coal governance in Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei region, emission reduction for port machinery and pollution prevention of diesel engine, to VOCs Control and Indoor Air Purification.





HIGHLIGHTS
  • Main forum
  • Sub-forums
Wang Jinnan, Deputy Director Chinese Academy for Environmental Planning

Mr. Wang Jinnan, vice president of the Environmental Planning Institute of the Ministry of Environmental Protection, presented the air quality improvement strategy of the 13th Five-Year plan in detail. Former director of the California Air Resources Management Bureau, Catherine Witherspoon, emphasized the importance of pollution prevention standards planning and Joseph Kubsh, the executive director of US Manufacturers Emission Control Association, shared international experience on diesel vehicle pollution management. Representatives from the United States, Britain and China also shared their experiences with city air quality management work.

  • Hao Jiming, Academician of CAE

  • Yang Chaofei, Chairman of CEP

  • Catherine Witherspoon, Former CEO of CARB

  • Elaine Chang, Former Director of South Coast AQMD

  • Yan Jinping, COO of Air Liquide (China)

  • N.Bruce Pickering, Vice President of Asia Society

Foreign experts: the progress of air quality improvement in China

The leading experts in related areas were invited to further discuss the underway policies of air quality improvement and their outcomes.

Urban Air Quality Improvement Experience, Challenges and Demand

With the establishment of the mechanism of air quality attainment plan management, cities have become the principal part of air quality management. Europe and the US have gained abundant experience in the city-based systematic management of air quality and the systematic intergradation of urban development in energy, transportation and industry. The representatives from Chinese and foreign cities were invited to discuss their experience, challenges and the technical and market demand during the process of air quality management.