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Communicating Air Quality

Public information on environmental issues is of increasing importance and also an obligation under the EU Framework Directive on air quality as well as under the Aarhus Convention. Reporting, informing and communicating all deal with the production and dissemination of information. They are closely linked but different in nature and content.

This report provides a strategy for communicating with the public on Air Quality and delivers a wealth of good practices and is made from practitioners for practitioners by applying elements from communication theories.

The guidebook Communicating Air Quality  (124-page, 2.6-Mbyte PDF) is available.


Communication agency: De Visu
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