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This Guidebook presents the results of the AIRUSE LIFE Project (LIFE11 ENV/ES/584) offering a state-of-the-art compilation of measures to improve air quality in cities (www.airuse.eu). The primary goal is to assess Southern European environments, although many of the suggested measures can be applied to other regions. The Guidebook, available in five languages (English, Spanish, Portuguese, Italian and Greek) consists of 7 chapters. The “Guidebook of measures to improve urban air quality” is a free and useful tool for policy, research, education, industry and environmental agencies to improve air quality in cities in the short and long term.
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The “Guidebook of measures to improve urban air quality” is a free and useful tool for policy, research, education, industry and environmental agencies to improve air quality in cities.
Research Professor at IDAEA-CSIC
His main research focuses on atmospheric pollution, waste valorisation and applied geochemistry. Supervisor of 26 PhD Theses. >550 articles in SCI journals. 2013 Award "Rey Jaime I" for the Protection of the Environment. Included in the ISI Highly Cited Scientists. h-index: 74. He acts as advisor for air quality of several important city councils, regional governments, the Spanish Ministry of Environment and DG Environment of the EC, WHO and LRTAP-UNECE
Tenured researcher at IDAEA-CSIC
His main expertise is on air quality, source apportionment and traffic emissions. Member of national and international working groups advising on air quality. He is author of >90 publications among articles, book and chapters. h-index: 28.