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Global webinar on impacts and mitigation of excess diesel NOx emissions in 11 major vehicle markets

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Ray Minjares, Josh Miller

Summary

Join us for a global webinar with the study authors to gain a deeper understanding of the motivation for this work, the approach, and the major findings.

A new study published online May 15 in the journal Nature quantifies the global health and environmental burden of real-world diesel NOx emissions in 11 major vehicle markets. The study found that more than 174,000 premature deaths from diesel vehicles could be avoided in 2040 with next generation vehicle emission standards, nearly eliminating excess diesel NOx emissions. Join us for a global webinar with the study authors to gain a deeper understanding of the motivation for this work, the approach, and the major findings. Webinar participants will have the opportunity to ask questions of each of the co-authors. For more information, please contact Ray Minjares.

Please join us for this 90 minute webinar for a presentation and discussion of these results. The webinar is free, but registration is required. After registering you will receive a confirmation e-mail containing information on joining the webinar.

Intro from Ray Minjares, Clean Air Lead, ICCT (0:00-4:37)

Dr. Susan Anenberg, Principal and Co-Founder, Environmental Health Analytics, LLC “Why and how we did this study” 4:38-17:13 (Q&A 17:14-19:49)

Josh Miller, Researcher, ICCT “Real-world and excess diesel NOx emissions” 19:50-37:46 (Q&A 37:47-48:04)

Dr. Daven Henze, Associate Professor, University of Colorado, Boulder “Global air quality and climate impacts of real-world diesel NOx” 48:05-1:04:14 (Q&A 1:04:15-1:09:17)

Dr. Lisa Emberson, Stockholm Environment Institute (SEI), University of York “Crop impact assessment of real-world diesel NOx emissions” 1:09:18-1:25:41 (Q&A 1:25:42-1:29:23)

Dr. Susan Anenberg, Principal and Co-Founder, Environmental Health Analytics, LLC “Health impacts of real-world diesel NOx emissions” 1:29:24-1:43:00 (Q&A 1:43:01-1:45:00)

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