SME Chamber and HSBC Malta Foundation organises a webinar on sustainable practices with particular focus on the retail, wholesale & hospitality sectors
26 May 2022
The Malta Chamber of SMEs and HSBC Malta Foundation organised the 3rd out of a...
European Commission has launched a public consultation in order to collect
views from stakeholders on the review of the Strategy on Air Pollution. This is
the final consultation on the review of EU air policy that follows two years of
discussions within the Stakeholders Expert Group and with the broader public.
current consultation aims at identifying the possible options for a
comprehensive air pollution policy package that would aim to ensure full
implementation of the existing legal framework and make further progress to
reduce the negative impacts of air pollution in the longer term.
pollution and the associated threats to the environment and human health
continue to be a concern for many EU citizens. Despite progress in the past
decades resulting from legislation to reduce harmful pollutants some pollutants
are still causing problems.
consultation is divided into two parts:
short questionnaire for the general public: http://ec.europa.eu/yourvoice/ipm/forms/dispatch?form=TSAPforGP
more extensive questionnaire for experts and practitioners from national
administrations, regional and local authorities, researchers, businesses,
stakeholders, health, environmental and other groups with experience in
implementing EU air quality legislation:
questionnaire asks opinions about the following issues:
– ensuring compliance with EU air quality
– reducing exposure to damaging air
pollution in the long term;
– revising the Ambient Air Quality
– revising the National Emission Ceilings
– on major air pollution sources, such as
road and off-road transport, agriculture, small/medium combustion sector, and
the shipping sector.
deadline to reply to the questionnaires is the 4th March 2013.
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