In July 2022, the Municipality of Florina carried out an awareness campaign in the area of the Municipality. These actions included informing local public bodies, municipal services, and the public about TRAP’s activities and results. Through this campaign audio-visual material was created (posters and video) that provided the core of the project’s results and specifically about air pollution (sources, effects, and proposals on mitigating the phenomenon of air pollution.
The partners from the Republic of North Macedonia have created the following promotional material as shown in the pictures: Brochures, Notebooks, Pens, Roll-up banner, and folders.
Center for Climate Change aiming to assess the burden of diseases attributable to air pollution in the regions of interest, Health Impact Assessment – the counterfactual approach has been applied, using several types of data. The estimations for the city of Bitola, shows that 6.4% of total mortality could be avoided if recommended EU Directive limit value for PM2.5 is met, but the proportion of avoidable death cases is even higher (14.4% of total death cases) if WHO AQG limit values for PM2.5 could be met which is of course a significant health benefit. The deliverable is available here.
Center for Climate Change has prepared an assessment for basic demographic, health and public health profile in the area of Bitola. The deliverable is available here.
Center for Climate Change has created the regional emission inventory for South East region. The scope of the deliverable is to calculate the emissions of the basic pollutants, dust, heavy metals and polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAH). The deliverable is available here.
The Center for Climate Change –Gevgelija has developed a strategy for improving air quality in the eastern zone agglomeration.
This deliverable identifies the air emissions sources in the Southeast region of the Republic of Northern Macedonia, which is the basis for preparing the air emission inventory. Both, this deliverable and the inventory are being prepared for the needs of the Municipalities in the region in order to define and plan measures to improve air quality in cooperation with the Ministry of Environment and Physical Planning. The deliverable is available here.
Environmental Centre of Western Macedonia (KEPE) is developing the Regional Inventory of Regional Unit of Florina, aiming at recording the emissions of different kind of polluters in the area. This deliverable under the TRAP project is meant to have both policy and scientific use by policy makers and scientists, respectively.
The deliverable is available here
European Regional Framework for Co-operation (ERFC) in the framework of TRAP Project “Transboundary Air Pollution Health Index Development and Implementation” which is co-funded by the Interreg IPA CBC “Greece – Republic of North Macedonia 2014-2020” Programme invites you to the Stakeholders Meeting – Round Table “Air Pollution Effects on Health”
Thursday 17th of October at 11:00 a.m.
Venue: Farm School of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki
Address: Thermi, 57001