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Task Force on Integrated Assessment Modelling, Thirtieth meeting

Task Force on Integrated Assessment Modelling, Thirtieth meeting

25 May 0220 - 27 May 2005
Berlin Germany

Experts from Austria, Belgium, the Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Italy, Netherlands, Norway, Spain, Sweden, the United Kingdom and the European Community participated in the meeting. Representatives from the EMEP Centre for Integrated Assessment Modelling (CIAM) at the International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA), the Meteorological Synthesizing Centre-West of EMEP (MSC-W), the Coordination Center for Effects (CCE), the European Topic Centre on Air and Climate Change (ETC/ACC), the European Commission’s Joint Research Centre as well as from the Oil Companies' European Organization for Environment, Health and Safety (CONCAWE), and the Union of the Electricity Industry (EURELECTRIC) were present. A member of the UNECE secretariat also attended. Mr. Rob Maas (Netherlands) chaired the meeting.


Goals and expected results of TFIAM

News from the secretariat. Presentation by Keith Bull, UNECE-secretariat

The potential for further reduction of PM emissions in Europe. Presentation by Markus Amann, JanuszCofala and Zbigniew Klimont from IIASA

Linkages with greenhouse gas policy. Presentation by Fabian Wagner, IIASA

Cost & Benefits of CAFE-scenarios. Presentation by Duncan Johnstone, European Commission

Atmospheric modelling (including priorities in VOC-sources). Presentation by Dick Derwent, TF on Measurement & Modelling

Activities of the International Cooperative Programme (ICP) on Modelling and Mapping, presentation by Till Spranger (ICP Chairman) and ecosystem modelling Jean-Paul Hettelingh, Coordination Center for Effects (CCE)

Progress in International Integrated modelling. Presentations by Stefan Reis

National Integrated Assessment Activities. Presentations by Catarina Sternhufvud & Tiziano Pignatelli

Information on EGTEI

EEA Scenario 2005 project. Presentation by Hans Eerens

Berlin's Air Quality Strategy: Measures and expected Effects. Presentation by Martin Lutz

Presentations by Tim Oxley and Helen ApSimon from the UK NFC Integrated Integrated Assessment Modelling Imperial College London on NH3 Abatement and Spatial Consideration.