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Seminar: Addressing Transportation Emissions: From Local Pollutions to Global Challenges

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Air pollution and climate change are two of the most significant challenges and opportunities in contemporary atmospheric science. Transportation has emerged as a key driver for both these challenges. This report will briefly review the evolution of air pollution control, as well as global decarbonization challenges for transportation. Then, research progresses on ‘Transportation Emissions ---- Multiscale Atmospheric Impacts ---- Emission Management’ would be introduced. We will discuss two case studies. Firstly, we'll examine the impact of vehicles on urban complex underlying environment by a multi-scale air quality coupling model and explore ways to optimize vehicular emissions control policies. Secondly, we'll delve into the challenges of achieving carbon neutrality in the global shipping and propose innovative collaborative mechanisms to drive decarbonization efforts.


Atlantic Building

In-person at Atlantic Building room 2400. For a Zoom link please contact


Department of Atmospheric & Oceanic Science

For disability accommodations, please contact Walter Tribett at

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