LIFE is the EU’s financial instrument supporting environmental and nature conservation projects throughout the EU. Since 1992, LIFE has co-financed some 3954 projects, contributing approximately €3.1 billion to the protection of the environment.

European air pollution policy has a long history and some notable successes to its name. The most recent wave of policy was launched in 2005 with the Thematic Strategy on Air Pollution designed to make substantial progress towards the long-term EU objective: "to achieve levels of air quality that do not result in unacceptable impacts on, and risks to, human health and the environment."

Invited talk by G. Calzolai,”High-throughput PIXE analysis of aerosol samples”, at The CAARI Conference

Local Barcelona TV station BTV explains Saharan Dust Intrusión of week 22-26 February 2016, with IDAEA material and information (in catalán).

Action Plan for the Improvement of Air Quality (Catalonia)

EEA – Air quality in Europe — 2014 report

The energy, climate change and air quality plan of Barcelona (PECQ 2011-2020)

EEA – Air quality in Europe — 2013 report

New European policies for air pollution control: A step forward in improving public health?

What’s an aerosol? A grain or a droplet surrounded by gas, which lives in the atmosphere. By means of wood, glue and recycling, this stop motion will tell you where they’re from, how they evolve and what are their impact on our health and environment.

Effect of poverty on the relationship between personal exposures and ambient concentrations of air pollutants in Ho Chi Minh City

Economic hardship in Greece has increased wood burning to keep warm in winter 20/02/2014

Potential of Cycling to Reduce Emissions in Road Transport

Economic aspects of non-technical measures to reduce traffic emissions

Atmospheric Transformation of Diesel Emissions