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Twenty-eighth meeting of the Task Force on Integrated Assessment Modelling

7 - 9 May 2003

Haarlem, Netherlands

The meeting was hosted by the Netherlands Ministry of Housing, Spatial Planning and the Environment. It was held in the Hodshon House, the headquarters of the Royal Society for Science and Arts.

Experts from the Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, Norway, Slovenia, Sweden, Switzerland, the United Kingdom and the European Community participated in the meeting. Representatives from the Centre for Integrated Assessment Modelling (CIAM), the Chemical Coordinating Centre (CCC), the Meteorological Synthesizing Centre West of EMEP (MSC-W), the Coordination Center for Effects (CCE), the World Health Organization (WHO), European Topic Centre for Air and Climate Change (ETC-ACC), as well as from the Oil Companies' European Organization for Environment, Health and Safety (CONCAWE), the Union of the Electricity Industry (EURELECTRIC) and the World Conservation Union (IUCN), were also present. Mr. Rob MAAS (Netherlands) chaired the meeting.

Agenda

To download papers or presentations, please click on the links provided

I. Introduction

1. News from the secretariat on new developments under the Convention.

II Linkages between regional and global emission control

2. Adoption of the report of the Workshop held 27-29 January 2002 at IIASA

For the final draft of the summary report and conclusions: click here! (For further details: click here!)

III Emissions and baseline scenarios

3. Implication of higher emission factors for trucks

4. Baseline scenario development

Presentation by Markus Amann of the EMEP Centre for Integrated Assessment Modelling on baseline scenario development

Presentation by Hans Eeerens, European Topic Centre for Air and Climate Change (ETCACC) on scenario developments for the 2005 Report "State of the Environment"

IV Progress in integrated assessment Modelling

5. Atmospheric modelling at the Meteorological Synthesizing Centre West of EMEP (MSC-W)

Presentation by David Simpson, MSC-W on the state of development of the EMEP Eulerian model, its uncertainties and the plans for review

Further presentations on this topic can be found at: the site on the fourth meeting of the Task Force on Measurements and Modelling

6. Modelling urban air pollution

Presentation by Markus Amann of the EMEP Centre for Integrated Assessment Modelling on the City Delta project

Presentation by Frank de Leeuw, European Topic Centre for Air and Climate Change (ETCACC) on plans for scenarios development

7. Progress at Imperial College

Presentation by Tim Oxley, Imperial College on further development of the United Kingdom Integrated Assessment Model (UKIAM)

Paper on UKIAM

Paper presented by Helen ApSimon, Imperial College on dynamic critical laods in freshwaters and the use of target load functions in integrated assessment modelling

Paper presented by Helen ApSimon, Imperial College on strategies to reduce deposition of nitrogen from agricultural sources

8. Progress of the MERLIN-project

Presentation by Stefan Reis, University of Stuttgart (Germany)

9. Techno-Economic Issues

Presentations by Michael Ball, French-German Institute for Environmental Research (IFARE) on the progress of the Expert Group on Techno-economic Issues

Discussion on new, emerging technologies

10. Plans for Cost-benefit analysis

Presentation by Matti Vainio, European Commission, DG Environment

11. The review of the RAINS model

Presentation by Matti Vainio, European Commission, DG Environment

V Progress on effects modelling

12. WHO findings on systematic review of health aspects of air pollution in Europe

Presentation by Jürgen Schneider, WHO European Centre for Environment and Health in Bonn (Germany)

13. Progress in the work on mapping and modelling of critical loads and levels

Presentation by Jean-Paul Hettelingh of the Coordination Center for Effects

VI Other Integrated assessment Activities

14. National Integrated Assessment Activities

Presentation by Tiziano Pignatelli on the work of the Italian National Focal Point for Integrated Assessment Modelling

Presentation by Peringe Grennfelt (Sweden) on integrated assessment modelling work under the International and National Abatement Strategies for Transboundary Air Pollution (ASTA) project
(see also: http://asta.ivl.se)

Presentation by Peringe Grennfelt (Sweden) on a research project to set up a Network for the support of European Policies on Air Pollution (NEPAP)

VII Further work
Update of the workplan of the Task Force on Integrated Assessment Modelling

VIII Other business

IX Chairman’s report


For the report of the twenty-seventh meeting of the Task Force on Integrated Assessment Modelling, Oslo, 13-15 May 2002, see: click here


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