According to the bank document, the proposed TA will help local governments establish an air pollution emission management database and develop a post-CAAP roadmap for air quality improvement in one or two selected pilot cities, which can be replicated elsewhere in the greater BTH region.
The TA will have the following outputs:
(i) develop emission inventories for the pilot cities;
(ii) assess the impacts of energy consumption and industrial structure on air quality and climate change;
(iii) establish an investment cost database of main pollution reduction measures;
(iv) establish an air pollution emission management database; and
(v) develop air quality improvement roadmap for the pilot cities.
TA 9612-PRC: Study on the Road Map for Air Quality Improvement in Pilot Cities in Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei and Its Surrounding Areas
Technical Assistance Special Fund US$ 0.4 million
Responsible ADB Division EASI
Ministry of Ecology and Environment former "Ministry of Environmental Protection"
115 Xizhimen Nanxiaojie, Beijing
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