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					Part 3: Project Profiles – Asia Regional Projects

Part 3: Project Profiles
Asia Regional Projects

Proponent: Asian Development Bank (ADB) Project title: Acid Rain and Emission Reduction in Asia, Phase II
Main objectives and outputs: The main objective was to expand and apply the methodology developed in Phase I to a wider range of air pollution conditions in Asia so that geographical and sectoral tradeoffs of alternative energy and abatement strategies can be addressed comprehensively. The other objectives of the TA were to improve Areas of focus 1. The capacity of the decision makers and environmental institutions in Asia to quantify the adverse environmental impact of acid rain 2. Regional cooperation in addressing the transboundary movement of acid rain emissions. Scope: • Installing and disseminating the RAINS-Asia model in the participating DMCs • Training key personnel in major decision-making institutions • Running the model to estimate emission, transmission, transport and concentration of acid rain emissions in the participating DMCs • Developing alternative power, energy and industrial policies to address acid rain emission Conducting symposia to explore coordinated energy, power and industrial policies at the regional and subregional level Total budget: $1,000,000.00 Funding sources: 1. DANIDA ($600,000) 2. Government of PRC ($400,000) Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Completed July 2001 Regions covered: South Asia. Southeast Asia. East Asia. Countries covered: Asia Cities/provinces covered: Implementing agencies: Main contact person: Asian Development Bank (ADB) Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Country/City 1: People’s Republic of China (primary participating DMC) Main Responsible Organization: State Science Technology Center Country/ City 2: India (primary participating DMC) Main Responsible Organization: Central Pollution Control Board Country/ City 3: Indonesia (primary participating DMC) Main Responsible Organization: Badan Pengendalian Dampak Lingkungan (Environmental Impact Management Agency) Country/ City 4: Thailand (primary participating DMC) Main Responsible Organization: Pollution Control Department Country/ City 5: Bangladesh (other participating DMC) Country/ City 6: Bhutan (other participating DMC) Country/ City 7: Cambodia (other participating DMC) Country/ City 8: Hong Kong (other participating DMC) Country/ City 9: Lao People’s Democratic Republic (other participating DMC) Country/ City 10: Malaysia (other participating DMC) Country/ City 11: Myanmar (other participating DMC) AQ monitoring Ambient AQ monitoring Emissions inventory Transboundary sources Monitoring transboundary sources Policies for transboundary sources Stationary sources Monitoring for stationary sources Policies for stationary sources Project components Data gathering and analysis Awareness raising Capacity building

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Country/ City 12: Nepal (other participating DMC) Country/ City 13: Mongolia (other participating DMC) Country/ City 14: Pakistan (other participating DMC) Country/ City 15: Philippines (other participating DMC) Country/ City 16: Republic of Korea (other participating DMC) Country/ City 17: Singapore (other participating DMC) Country/ City 18: Taipei,China (other participating DMC) Country/ City 19: Viet Nam (other participating DMC) Country/ City 20: Japan (participating non-DMC member)

Proponent: Asian Development Bank (ADB) Project title: Action Plans for Reducing Vehicle Emissions in Asia
Main objectives and outputs: Objectives: 1. Collate and disseminate information on policies and actions that can be undertaken to reduce vehicle emissions 2. Share experiences between countries in the region especially relating to the difficulties of implementing such policies and actions, and how they can be overcome 3. Assist selected countries to develop action plans for reducing vehicle emissions 4. Identify opportunities for public and private sector investments and actions for implementing such action plans Outputs: 1. Regional Workshops on - fuel quality and alternative fuels (New Delhi) - reducing emissions from 2-3-wheeled vehicles (Hanoi) - strengthening inspection and maintenance (Chongqing) - transport planning, demand management and air quality (Manila) 2. Concluding Workshop, which synthesizes the recommendations from the four regional workshops and presents the action plans 3. Web site on country and city level experiences relating to the legal, policy, and institutional framework for reducing vehicle emissions 4. Action Plans in four countries -- the People's Republic of China, India, Indonesia, and Viet Nam -- that will include a set of measures for implementation and opportunities for investment Total budget: $900,000.00 Funding sources: ADB Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Started 2000, Completed 2004 Regions covered: South Asia. Southeast Asia. Mekong. East Asia. Countries covered: Regional Cities/provinces covered: Mumbai Chongging Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City Jakarta Implementing agencies: Main contact person: Charles Melhuish Lead Transport Specialist Asian Development Bank (ADB) (63 2) 632 6803 (632) 636 2198 cmelhuish@adb.org Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Country/City 1: India,Mumbai Main Responsible Organization: The Energy and Resources Institute Country/ City 2: PRC,Chongqing Project components Policy and strategies devt. Data gathering and analysis Awareness raising Capacity building Areas of focus AQ monitoring Emissions inventory Mobile sources Public transport Inspection and maintenance Fuels Road infrastructure

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Main Responsible Organization: Chongqing Environmental Protection Bureau (CEPB) coordinating the Multi-Sector Action Plan Group Country/ City 3: Viet Nam, Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City Main Responsible Organization: Viet Nam Register coordinating the Multi-Sector Action Plan Group Country/ City 4: Indonesia, Jakarta Main Responsible Organization: Pelangi, Mitra Emisi Bersih (Mulit-Sectoral Action Plan

Proponent: Asian Development Bank (ADB) Project title: Better Air Quality Management in Asia
Main objectives and outputs: 1. The TA’s main objectives are to: • Improve the awareness of decision makers, and • Integrate air pollution in environmental policy making and implementation as well as in planning and implementing specific sector policies that regulate sectors that influence air pollution levels 2. The TA has the following components and outputs: • Improved knowledge of the economic and social implications of local and regional air pollution by decision makers in Asia from local and national governments, private sector, and NGOs; • Formulation of appropriate response strategies (legislation, policies, and project activities) at local, national, and regional levels, which will contribute to prevention and abatement of local and regional air pollution; and • Strengthening of regional dialogue and exchange of information on AQM and identification of regional approaches to improve AQM. Total budget: $300,000.00 Funding sources: 1. ADB-JSF ($300,000) 2. Private sector contributions: a. Shell b. Corning c. Clean Diesel Technologies d. Cerulean e. Dekra f. Emitec g. Hewlett Foundation h. IPIECA i. IUCN j. MAHA k. AVL l. ACFA m. ESP n. Johnson Matthey o. SGS Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Started November 2003, to be Completed December 2005 Regions covered: South Asia. Southeast Asia. Mekong. East Asia. Countries covered: Asia Cities/provinces covered: Surabaya Lahore Implementing agencies: Main contact person: Masami Tsuji Senior Environment Specialist Asian Development Bank (ADB) (632) 632 4444 Project components Policy and strategies devt. Data gathering and analysis Awareness raising Capacity building Areas of focus AQ monitoring Ambient AQ monitoring Mobile sources Inspection and maintenance Overall Air Quality Management

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(636) 636 2381 mtsuji@adb.org Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Country/City 1: Surabaya, Indonesia Main Responsible Organization: City of Surabaya Contact Person: Togar Arifin Silaban Email: togar@silaban.surabaya.org Country/ City 2: Lahore, Pakistan Main Responsible Organization: City of Lahore Contact Person: Tariq Zaman Khan Email: tzkhan@wol.net.pk Country/ City 3: PRC Main Responsible Organization: CAI-Asia China Program Office Contact Person: Tang Dagang Email: tangdg@craes.org.cn Country/ City 4: Sri Lanka Main Responsible Organization: AIRMAC Contact Person: Thusitha Sugathapala Email: thusitha@mech.mrt.ac.lk Country/ City 5: Pakistan Main Responsible Organization: IUCN Contact Person: Ahmad Saeed Email: ahmad.saeed@iucnp.org

Proponent: Asian Development Bank (ADB) Project title: Capacity Building for the Implementation of the Kyoto Protocol and the Clean Development Mechanism
Main objectives and outputs: 1. The main objective of the RETA was to enhance the abilities of policy makers in DMCs to understand the implications of different proposals for institutional design, gather and analyze data on greenhouse gas abatement (GHG) emissions. 2. The two task headings of the RETA were: • Task A relating to capacity building for policymakers and environmental lawyers in relation to the institutional design of the cooperative implementation mechanisms of the Kyoto Protocol 1. The RETA assisted 16 DMCs in enhancing the capacities of their policy makers in relation to implementation of the Kyoto Protocol and the CDM. 2. A series of regional/subregional and national workshops were held for a broader group of stakeholders to familiarize them with the following the science and economics of climate change, UNFCCC/Kyoto Protocol process, and potential market size for GHGs in the first commitment period under the Kyoto Protocol. • Preparing a technical manual for preparing GHG abatement projects for the CDM. Total budget: $8,860,300.00 Funding sources: ADB Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Started September 1999, Completed December 2001 Regions covered: South Asia. Southeast Asia. Mekong. East Asia. Countries covered: Bangladesh Bhutan Cambodia Project components Policy and strategies devt. Data gathering and analysis Awareness raising Capacity building Areas of focus

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People’s Republic of China (PRC) India Indonesia Republic of Korea Malaysia Mongolia Myanmar Nepal Pakistan Philippines Sri Lanka Thailand Viet Nam Cities/provinces covered: Implementing agencies: Main contact person: Asian Development Bank (ADB) Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable):

Proponent: Asian Development Bank (ADB) Project title: Clean Air Initiative for Asian Cities
Main objectives and outputs: 1. The primary objective of the project is to support the establishment of CAI-Asia in its inception stage and provide the necessary platform for launching air quality management activities. 2. The TA outputs and components are: • Formulation of CAI-Asia Business Plan • Establish the organization • Assessment of regional priorities • Implementation of pilot projects and studies • Air quality management action plans 3. The Partnership for Clean Fuels is one of the outputs of the TA. This activity was supported by the Australian Department of the Environment and Heritage (ADEH). The objectives of the project are: • To develop a training manual specific to the Asian context, which provides decision makers with the relevant information required for the formulation of a medium term strategy for the introduction of cleaner gasoline and diesel fuels; • To conduct a training workshop based on a training manual to minimum of 15 trainees from 5 countries, which includes the drafting of draft fuel strategies by participating countries; and • Support stakeholder dialogue process on the draft fuel strategy in each of the countries. 4. The Oil Industry Dialogue for Cleaner Fuels in Asia will formulate a roadmap for cleaner fuels in Asia. CAI-Asia launched a Dialogue for Cleaner Fuels in Asia with 12 major regional and national oil companies. The oil companies announced their commitment to the dialogue by endorsing the Singapore Statement which establishes the dialogue process, reflecting the significance attached by the major oil companies in Asia to environmental stewardship in their operations. 5. Emission factor development study 6. The Partnership for Sustainable Urban Transport in Asia (PSUTA) is being implemented by the TA with financial support from the Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (Sida). The goal of the project is: ―to contribute towards enhancing environmental Project components Policy and strategies devt. Data gathering and analysis Awareness raising Capacity building Areas of focus AQ monitoring Emissions inventory Mobile sources Public transport Non-motorized transport Fuels Gasoline Diesel Transport planning Overall Air Quality Management

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sustainability of transport and mobility in Asian cities through developing and applying quantitative measures of sustainability and progress towards sustainability in a number of selected cities.‖ The PSUTA has the following objectives: • Synthesis of experience on sustainable transport planning in Asia and elsewhere • City-based case studies in 3 representative cities across • Sub-workshop on indicators of sustainable transport during BAQ 2003 and BAQ 2004 • Develop and discuss a city-based Sustainable Transport Planning and Management concept for Asia Total budget: $1,028,000.00 Funding sources: 1. ADB ($150,000) 2. ADEH ($444,000) 3. Sida ($434,000) 5. Private Sector Contributions a. Hewlett Foundation b. IPIECA c. SGS d. ETI Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Started December 2001 Completed March 2006 Regions covered: South Asia. Southeast Asia. Mekong. East Asia. Countries covered: Asia Cities/provinces covered: Xi’an Hanoi Jakarta Implementing agencies: Main contact person: Masami Tsuji Senior Environment Specialist Asian Development Bank (ADB) (632) 632 4444 (632) 636 2381 mtsuji@adb.org Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Country/City 1: Xi’an, PRC Main Responsible Organization: Xi’an Urban and Rural Construction Commission, Department of Planning and Investment Country/ City 2: Hanoi, Viet Nam Main Responsible Organization: Hanoi Department of Environment and Natural Resources Country/ City 3: Indian city still to be confirmed Main Responsible Organization: Country/ City 4: Bangladesh Main Responsible Organization: Ministry of Power, Energy and Mineral Resources Country/ City 5: Indonesia Main Responsible Organization: Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources and Mitra Emisi Bersih (Partnership for Clean Emissions) Jakarta Country/ City 6: Viet Nam Main Responsible Organization: Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment Country/ City 7: Philippines Main Responsible Organization: Department of Energy Country/ City 8: Sri Lanka Main Responsible Organization: Air Resource Management Center (AIRMAC), Ministry of Environment and Ministry of Petroleum

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Proponent: Asian Development Bank (ADB) Project title: Promotion of Cleaner Production (CP) Policies and Practices in Selected Developing Member Countries
Main objectives and outputs: 1. The primary objective is to assist some developing member country to develop a policy institutional framework form integrating Cleaner Production principles as a priority element in national environmental and industrial development strategies. 2. Cleaner production is the continuous use of preventive and integrated environmental management strategies related to production processes, services, and products to improve an organizations profitability as to reduce risks to human health and the environment. 3. The TA included four major components • The preparation of national Cleaner Production action plans in the participating countries, which consist of a comprehensive and systematic agenda to accelerate CP policy reforms and practices • Case studies were carried out covering issues on financing, tourism, industrial park management, and local government. • Developed a regional CP action plan and financing mechanism • Capacity building – conduct of regional workshops and training Total budget: $547,000.00 Funding sources: ADB Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Started April 1999, Completed December 2001 Regions covered: Southeast Asia. Countries covered: India, Indonesia, Philippines, Thailand, Vietnam Cities/provinces covered: Implementing agencies: Main contact person: Yue-Lang Feng Principal Environment Specialist Asian Development Bank (ADB) (632) 632 5769 fengyuelang@adb.org Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Project components Policy and strategies devt. Data gathering and analysis Capacity building Areas of focus Stationary sources Monitoring for stationary sources Policies for stationary sources

Proponent: Asian Development Bank (ADB) Project title: Promotion of Renewable Energy, Energy Efficiency, and Greenhouse Gas Abatement Projects
Main objectives and outputs: 1. The TA’s main objectives is to: Project components Policy and strategies devt.

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• Promote investments in renewable energy, energy efficiency, and greenhouse gas abatement (REGA) technologies in selected developing member countries to help realize sustainable development, including poverty alleviation, gender and development, and environmental protection. 2. The TA has the following components and outputs: • Enhanced capacity in national technical experts (NTEs) for preparation of REGA projects, including for the CDM and GEF • Enhanced capacity in financial institutions to appraise REGA projects, including for the CDM and GEF • Enhanced capacity of national and sub-national policymakers for policy and institutional analysis to remove constraints to dissemination of REGA technologies • Enhanced capacity in selected national and regional institutions for strengthening the analytical and information base for preparing REGA projects • Enhanced capacity in designated government agencies for evaluating REGA projects • Demonstration projects on implementation of selected studies • Financing models for REGA projects, especially for investment programs for individually small decentralized projects • Identified policy and institutional barriers faced by domestic manufacturers of equipment for REGA technologies Total budget: $5,000,000.00 Funding sources: 1. ADB ($500,000) 2. Government of Netherlands ($4,500,000) Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Started January 2001, On-going Regions covered: South Asia. Southeast Asia. Mekong. East Asia. Countries covered: Bangladesh Cambodia People’s Republic of China India Indonesia Kazakhstan Kyrgyz Republic Mongolia Nepal Philippines Samoa Sri Lanka Uzbekistan Viet Nam Cities/provinces covered: Implementing agencies: Main contact person: Samuel Tumiwa Senior Energy Sector Specialist Asian Development Bank (ADB) (632) 632-6624 stumiwa@adb.org Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Energy sector (co-benefits) Stationary sources Monitoring for stationary sources Policies for stationary sources Renewable Energy, Energy Efficiency Data gathering and analysis Awareness raising Capacity building Areas of focus

Proponent: Asian Development Bank (ADB) Project title: Rolling Out Air Quality Management in Asia
Main objectives and outputs: The purpose of the project is to accelerate the development of capacity for urban air quality management in Asia through better integration of AQM in the strategies, policies, programs Project components Policy and strategies devt.

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and projects of DMCs and development agencies such as ADB. This outcome reflects the orientation of the project on two main groups of clients. First, the decision makers in DMCs responsible for the planning and implementation of air quality management policies, programs and projects and second, the development agencies which are an important partner for DMCs in their efforts to strengthen air quality management. The project will have 2 main components and the following key outputs have been planned: 1. AQM Knowledge management system institutionalized and Capacity and networking for AQM strengthened at the regional, national and local level; 2. Increased number AQM activities in DMCs and development agencies and strengthened Implementation of AQM programs and projects. The second component builds on the first component. Knowledge collected and organized under the first component and capacity generated through the local networks will be mobilized to develop additional AQM activities in the second component. Total budget: $655,000.00 Funding sources: ADB Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Planned Start February 2006, to be Completed July 2007 Regions covered: South Asia. Southeast Asia. Mekong. East Asia. Countries covered: Asia Cities/provinces covered: Implementing agencies: Main contact person: Masami Tsuji Senior Environment Specialist Asian Development Bank (ADB) (+632) 632-4444 mtsuji@adb.org Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Country/City 1: China Main Responsible Organization: CAI-Asia China Program Office Contact Person: Yan Peng Country/ City 2: Philippines Main Responsible Organization: Partnership for Clean Air Contact Person: Ritchie Anne Guzman Country/ City 3: Sri Lanka Main Responsible Organization: Contact Person: Bimalka Country/ City 4: Indonesia Main Responsible Organization: Contact Person: John Wuisan Data gathering and analysis Awareness raising Capacity building Areas of focus Climate change mitigation (cobenefits approach) Transboundary sources Monitoring transboundary sources Policies for transboundary sources

AIRMAC

Mitra Emisi Bersi

Country/ City 5: Pakistan Main Responsible Organization: Pakistan Clean Air Network Contact Person: Mohammad Aqib Country/ City 6: Viet Nam Main Responsible Organization: Swiss-Vietnam Clean Air Program Contact Person: Phan Quyn Nhu Country/ City 7: Nepal Main Responsible Organization: Clean Air Network -Nepal Contact Person: Bhushan Tuladhar

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Proponent: Asian Development Bank (ADB) Project title: South Asian Subregional Economic Cooperation (SASEC) Countries for Regional Air Quality Management
Main objectives and outputs: 1. The TA will provide continued support to the ongoing AQM initiatives in the SASEC countries and establish a well-coordinated information sharing and cooperation network. By building stakeholder awareness and capacity, the TA aims to emphasize the priority given to air pollution, and enhance the expertise and capabilities to formulate AQM policies and strategic frameworks in their respective countries, thereby improving the health and wellbeing of urban populations. 2. The TA will undertake the following key activities: Over-all Air Quality Management • Establish local air quality networks • Develop and appropriate integrated air quality management system for SASEC countries • Upgrade the capacity of key technical staff responsible for air quality analysis in SASEC countries • Formulate action plans for selected cities in SASEC countries Total budget: $400,000.00 Funding sources: 1. ADB 2. JSF ($400,000) Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Started February 2004, Completed January 2005 Regions covered: South Asia. Countries covered: Regional Cities/provinces covered: Implementing agencies: Main contact person: Tatiana Gallego-Lizon Project Specialist (Environment) Asian Development Bank (ADB) tgallegolizon@adb.org Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Country/City 1: Bangladesh Main Responsible Organization: Department of Environment Country/ City 2: Bhutan Main Responsible Organization: National Environment Commission Country/ City 3: India Main Responsible Organization: Central Pollution Control Board Country/ City 4: Nepal Main Responsible Organization: Ministry of Population and Environment Project components Policy and strategies devt. Data gathering and analysis Awareness raising Capacity building Areas of focus

Proponent: Asian Development Bank (ADB) Project title: Strengthening the Capacity of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations to Prevent and Mitigate Transboundary Atmospheric Pollution
Main objectives and outputs: The primary objective of the project is to strengthen the capacity of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) to operationalize and monitor implementation of the Regional Haze Action Plan prepared by the ASEAN Senior Officials on Environment Project components Policy and strategies devt. Data gathering and analysis

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(ASOEN) Task Force. The project will also strengthen and formalize cooperation among affected ASEAN countries (Indonesia, Malaysia and Singapore) through: 1. Short-term measures to support early operationalization of the Action Plan and 2. Medium-term measures to enhance understanding of the forest fires and associated transboundary air pollution. Total budget: $1,000,000.00 Funding sources: ADB Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Started February 1998, Completed February 1999 Regions covered: Southeast Asia. East Asia. Countries covered: Regional Cities/provinces covered: Implementing agencies: Main contact person: Mr. S. Tahir Qadri Principal Natural Resources Specialist Asian Development Bank (ADB) (632) 632-6774 tqadri@adb.org Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Country/City 1: Indonesia Country/ City 3: Malaysia Country/ City 2: Singapore Main Responsible Organization: ASEAN Secretariat Capacity building Areas of focus Transboundary sources Monitoring transboundary sources Policies for transboundary sources

Proponent: Asian Development Bank (ADB) Project title: Transboundary Environmental Cooperation in Northeast Asia
Main objectives and outputs: 1. The main objective is to promote transboundary environmental cooperation in Northeast Asia. The TA will build human and organizational capacities for: • Environmental protection in relation to coal-fired power plants and • Environmental monitoring. It will facilitate the improvement of ambient air quality in a cost-effective way. It will also foster a cooperative relationship among countries in the region, based on a factual understanding of the regional air quality situation and long-term solutions to transboundary pollution. 2. The purpose is to assist participating developing member countries in promoting regional cooperation for environmental protection. 3. Outputs • Training curricula, manuals and materials for reducing pollution from coal-fired power plants (by 28th month) 1. 1st meeting of national focal point for NEACEDT, 14-16 February 2001, Incheon, Republic of Korea 2. 1st training course on pollution reduction in coal-fired power plants in northeast Asia, 10-21 December 2001, Daejon, Korea2nd training workshop, KEPRI, December 2002 • Regional environmental monitoring network with comparable data • A work plan was developed by consultants and approved by participating countries. Project components Data gathering and analysis Awareness raising Capacity building Areas of focus AQ monitoring Ambient AQ monitoring Transboundary sources Monitoring transboundary sources Policies for transboundary sources Stationary sources Monitoring for stationary sources Policies for stationary sources

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• A set of data has been transmitted to the sub-regional center in the Republic of Korea. 4. Action plans for efficiency improvement of particulate abatement systems in existing power plants. An on-site workshop was held in Guiyang, PRC in August 2002. 5. Activities • Development of a regional training center for reducing pollution from coal fired power plants • Training courses for pollution reduction in coal-fired power plants • Establishment of a regional center for transboundary environmental monitoring • Development of capacity on transboundary environmental monitoring • Analysis of efficiency improvement of particulate abatement systems in existing power plants Total budget: Funding sources: 1. ADB 2. PRC 3. Japan 4. Republic of Korea 5. Mongolia 6. UNEP 7. UNESCAP Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Started October 1999, Completed June 2004 Regions covered: Southeast Asia. East Asia. Countries covered: People’s Republic of China (PRC), Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK), Japan, Mongolia, Russian Federation Cities/provinces covered: Implementing agencies: Main contact person: East and Central Asia Agriculture, Environment and Natural Resources Division Asian Development Bank (ADB) Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable):

Proponent: Asian Development Bank (ADB) Project title: Energy Efficiency and Climate Change Considerations
Main objectives and outputs: The improvements in global energy efficiency need to be achieved in a context of a growing population and economy. In July 2005, the Group of Eight (G8) adopted the Gleneagles’ Action Plan on Climate Change, Clean Energy and Sustainable Development. This Action Plan called for substantial improvements in Energy Efficiency and aims to shift a growing share of investment towards cleaner or more efficient energy technologies. Within this framework, the Asian Development Bank (ADB) has undertaken analytical work that will eventually lead to theformulation of a policy framework to guide investments and address energy efficiency andclimate change in the transport. Total budget: Funding sources: Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: 2006 Regions covered: Countries covered: Cities/provinces covered: Implementing agencies: Main contact person: James Leather Transport Specialist Project components Policy and strategies devt. Data gathering and analysis Areas of focus Mobile sources Public transport Bus transport Non-motorized transport Biofuels Land-use planning Transport planning Climate change mitigation (cobenefits approach) Transport sector (co-benefits)

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Asian Development Bank (ADB) (63)(2)632-6803 jleather@adb.org Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable):

Proponent: Asian Regional Research Program on Environmental Technology (AIRPET) Project title: Improving Air Quality in Asian Developing Countries, Phase 1
Main objectives and outputs: 1. To develop a comprehensive assessment of air quality in the region based on long term monitoring data 2. To develop appropriate control technologies for developing countries 3. To use modelling tools for urban and regional air quality management 4. To apply integrated air quality management to reduce air pollution from target sources Total budget: $600,000.00 Funding sources: SIDA - Phase 1; Phase 2 almost same budget (pending) Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: On-going Regions covered: South Asia. Southeast Asia. Mekong. East Asia. Countries covered: Asia Cities/provinces covered: Bangkok Beijing Chennai Bandung Manila Hanoi Implementing agencies: Environmental Engineering and Management Program, School of Environment Resources and Development, Asian Institute of Technology Main contact person: Dr. Nguyen Thi Kim Oanh Associate Professor Asian Regional Research Program on Environmental Technology (AIRPET) 66-02-524-5641 66-02-524-5625 kimoanh@ait.ac.th Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Country/City 1: Thailand/Bangkok Main Responsible Organization: Principal Investigators Contact Person: Dr. Nguyen Thi Kim Oanh and Prof. Chongrak Polprasert Job Title: Associate Professor and Professor Tel No. (+66) 2 524 5641 Fax No. (+66) 2 524 5625 Email: kimoanh@ait.ac.th Website of Organization: www.ait.ac.th Country/City 2: China/Beijing Main Responsible Organization: National Research Institutes (NRIs) Contact Person: Prof. Zhengping Hao Job Title: Research Professor Tel No. 86 10 6292 3564 (O) 6485 5177 Fax No. 86-10 6292 3563 Email: zhengpinghao@hotmail.com Website of Organization: http://www.rcees.ac.cn/ Country/City 3: India/Chennai Main Responsible Organization: Contact Person: Dr. Ligy Philip Project components Policy and strategies devt. Data gathering and analysis Awareness raising Capacity building Equipment support Areas of focus AQ monitoring Ambient AQ monitoring Roadside AQ monitoring Emissions inventory Source apportionment Transboundary sources Monitoring transboundary sources Stationary sources Monitoring for stationary sources

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Job Title: Assistant Professor Tel No. 91 44 445 8212(O), 445 9212(R) Fax No. 91 44 235 05 09, 235 2545 Email: ligy@civil.iitm.ernet.in Website of Organization: http://www.iitm.ac.in/ Country/City 4: Indonesia/Bandung Main Responsible Organization: National Research Institutes (NRIs) Contact Person: Dr. Ir. Puji Lestari Job Title: Associate Professor Tel No. 022 253 4189 Fax No. 022 253 0704, 2003346 (R) Email: pujilest@indo.net.id Website of Organization: http://www.itb.ac.id/ Country/City 5: Philippines/Manila Main Responsible Organization: National Research Institutes (NRIs) Contact Person: Dr. James Simpas Job Title: Tel No. 63 2 426 5921 to 23, 426 5939, 426 5959 Fax No. 63 2 426 6141 Email: jett@admu.edu.ph Website of Organization: http://www.observatory.ph/ Country/City 6: Vietnam/Hanoi Main Responsible Organization: National Research Institutes (NRIs) Contact Person: Dr. Hoang Xuan Co Job Title: Associate Professor Tel No. 84-4-8584995 Fax No. 84-4-8584995 Email: hxco@netnam.org.vn Website of Organization: http://www.hus.edu.vn/tienganh_ver/

Proponent: Association of South East Asian Nations (ASEAN) Project title: ASEAN Haze Action Online
Main objectives and outputs: The website provides a history of fire-and-haze episodes in the ASEAN region with some statistical data from the 1997-1998 fire episodes. Information on how ASEAN addresses transboundary haze pollution; a list of ASEAN’s recent and ongoing initiatives; and the organisational structure of ASEAN cooperation on transboundary haze pollution are also available. The site also hosts a calendar of related events and meetings; downloadable publications and published studies; e-newsletters prepared by the ASEAN Secretariat; and links to relevant websites. Total budget: Funding sources: Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Ongoing Regions covered: Southeast Asia Countries covered: Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, Brunei, Singapore, Philippines Cities/provinces covered: Implementing agencies: RHAP CSU ASEAN Secretariat Main contact person: Regional Haze Action Plan (RHAP) - Co-ordination and Support Unit (CSU) Association of South East Asian Nations (ASEAN) Project components Policy and strategies devt. Data gathering and analysis Awareness raising Areas of focus Transboundary sources Monitoring transboundary sources Policies for transboundary sources

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(62)(21) 726 2991 (62)(21) 723 0985 haze@seansec.org Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable):

Proponent: EMBARQ - The WRI Center for Transport and the Environment Project title: Partnership for Sustainable Urban Transport in Asia (PSUTA)
Main objectives and outputs: • Document sustainable transport planning, documents and activities in Asian cities • Build a sustainable transport indicator set for Xi'an, Hanoi and Pune • Report for each of the three cities on how to produce a sustainable urban transport plan and policy structure • Internal review and capacity building meeting in Hanoi, Viet Nam for the participating cities • Presentation of interim results at the Better Air Quality 2004 Conference • Develop a "Strategic Framework for Sustainable Urban Transport in Asia". Total budget: $525,000.00 Funding sources: 1. ADB 2. SIDA ($525,000) Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Started 2004, Phase 1 to be completed in 2005 Regions covered: South Asia. Mekong. East Asia. Countries covered: Regional Cities/provinces covered: Xi’an Pune Hanoi Implementing agencies: Consulting Center for Transport Development and Investment (CCTDI) – Hanoi, Viet Nam; Xi’an Municipal Construction Commission and Changan University - Xi’an; Centre for Urban Systems and Infrastructure, the Energy and Resources Institute (TERI) -Pune, India Main contact person: Dr. Lee Schipper Director of Research EMBARQ - The WRI Center for Transport and the Environment 1 (202) 729 7735 1 (202) 729 7775 schipper@wri.org Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Country/City 1: China/Xi’an Main Responsible Organization: Xi’an Municipal Construction Commission Contact Person: MAO Zhong An (George) Job Title: Transport and environment specialist; Urban planner Xi’an Tel No. 86-29-87454754 Email: maozhongan@sohu.com Website of Organization: Other organizations involved in the implementation of the project in country/city 1: Chang’an University, Xi’an Contact Person: CHEN Kuanmin Job Title: Professor, Highway Institute, Changan University Tel No. 86-029-82336690 Email: chenkm@xinhuanet.com Project components Policy and strategies devt. Data gathering and analysis Awareness raising Capacity building Areas of focus AQ monitoring Emissions inventory Transport planning Transport sector (co-benefits)

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Country/City 2: India/ Pune Main Responsible Organization: Pune Municipal Corporation Contact Person: Srinivas Bonala Job Title: Development Engineer (Traffic Planning) Email: srinivasbonala@hotmail.com Website of Organization: Other organizations involved in the implementation of the project in country/city 2: (list full name). Contact Person: Ranjan Kumar Bose Job Title: Senior Fellow, Centre for Urban Systems and Infrastructure, The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI) Tel No. 91-11-24682100 Fax No. 91-11-24682144 Email: rbose@teri.res.in Country/City 3: Viet Nam/ Hanoi Main Responsible Organization: Consulting Center for Transport Development and Investment (CCTDI) – Hanoi Contact Person: Nguyen Van Dinh Job Title: Director of CCTDI Tel No. 84-4-8240613 Fax No. 84-4-8260370 Email: tdsitgk@hn.vnn.vn Other organizations involved in the implementation of the project in country/city 3: (list full name). Transport Development and Strategy Institute (TDSI) Ministry of Transport Contact Person: Le DAT Tel No. 84 4 9350746 Fax No. 84 4 8260370 Email: ledat2585@yahoo.com

Proponent: Energy Research Centre of the Netherlands (ECN) Project title: CURB-AIR
Main objectives and outputs: The project aims to contribute to improving air quality in Asian mega cities while contributing to climate change mitigation by using the Clean Development Mechanism. The project seeks to achieve this goal by:  Initiating concrete air quality - CDM projects in p art nership with local governments and other stakeholders  Enhancing the knowledge base on policy options for using the co-benefits of climate and air quality measures through CDM  Capacity enhancement and awareness raising on synergies between climate and air quality measures among all stakeholders  National, regional and international exchange of knowledge and experience on the co-benefits approach Key outputs of the project are:  literature review on air quality management in Asian mega cities  city reports on the sources of urban air pollution and GHG emissions and a review of air quality policies and measures in Bangkok, Bangalore, Jakarta and Jinan  policy report on air quality management and climate change mitigation in Bangkok, Bangalore, Jakarta and Jinan  CDM viability assessment of selected co-benefits projects in Bangkok, Bangalore, Jakarta and Jinan  Guidebook for urban policy makers on the use of co-benefits in air quality management and climate change mitigation Total budget: €388000 Funding sources: European Commission Asia Pro Eco Programme Project components

Areas of focus Climate change mitigation (cobenefits approach) Transport sector (co-benefits) Energy sector (co-benefits)

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Funding type: Loan. Status of project: On-going Regions covered: South Asia. Southeast Asia. East Asia. Countries covered: Indonesia China Thailand India Cities/provinces covered: Jakarta Jinan Bangkok Bangalore Implementing agencies: Main contact person: Emiel van Sambeek Project Manager Energy Research Centre of the Netherlands (ECN) +31.224.564227 +31.20.4922812 vansambeek@ecn.nl Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Country/ City 1: Bangalore Main Responsible Organization: Winrock International India Contact Person: Mrs. Aditi Dass Email: aditi@winrockindia.org Website of Organization: http://www.winrockindia.org/ Country/ City 2: Bangkok Main Responsible Organization: CEERD Contact Person: Mr. Thierry Lefevre Email: t.lefevre@ceerd.net Website of Organization: http://www.ceerd.net/ Country/ City 3: Jinan Main Responsible Organization: SDERI Contact Person: Mr. Li Sun Email: sunli_jn@yahoo.com.cn Website of Organization: http://www.sderi.cn/ Country/ City 4: Jakarta Main Responsible Organization: Pelangi Contact Person: Mr. Nyoman Iswarayoga Email: iswarayoga@pelangi.or.id Website of Organization: http://www.pelangi.or.id/

Proponent: European Commision (EC) Project title: EC-ASEAN Energy Facility (EAEF)
Main objectives and outputs: Increasing the security of energy supply of ASEAN countries and indirectly of Europe, Increasing the economic exchanges between European Union and ASEAN countries, Improving the environment at local and global level, Facilitating the implementation of the ASEAN Plan of Action for Energy Co-operation 2004- 2009. Total budget: €38,510,000 Funding sources: 1. European Community €21,500,000 2. ASEAN project partners €16,500,000 Project components Policy and strategies devt. Awareness raising Capacity building Equipment support Areas of focus AQ monitoring Ambient AQ monitoring

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Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: On-going until February 28, 2007 Regions covered: Southeast Asia. Countries covered: 9 ASEAN countries excluding Myanmar Cities/provinces covered: Implementing agencies: ASEAN Centre for Energy (ACE) Main contact person: Pekka Skytta Project management Unit-European Co-director European Commision (EC) +62 21 527 9332 +62 21 5296 38 20 pekka.skytta@aseanenergy.org Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Not Specified Mobile sources Fuels Energy sector (co-benefits)

Proponent: German Agency for Technical Cooperation (GTZ) Project title: Sustainable Urban Transport Project - Asia (SUTP-Asia)
Main objectives and outputs: SUTP-Asia is a partnership between the German Technical Cooperation (GTZ), the Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA), CITYNET and the United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (UNESCAP) which aims to help developing Asian cities achieve their sustainable transport goals, through the dissemination of information about international experience and targeted work with particular cities. Their main products are the Sourcebook on Sustainable Urban Transport for Policy Makers, as well as training courses and workshops on the topic of sustainable transport. Print and electronic resources are available from the web site at www.sutp.org/download/ . More information about the project is also available at http://www.sutp.org/newweb/aboutushome.htm Total budget: €200.000 Funding sources: GTZ sector project Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Ongoing: 2003-2008 Regions covered: Mekong. Countries covered: Thailand Laos Vietnam Cities/provinces covered: Bangkok, Chiang Mai, Ventiane, Vietnam Implementing agencies: United Nations Economic and Social Council for Asia and the Pacific (UNESCAP) Main contact person: Manfred Breithaupt Senior Transport Advisor German Agency for Technical Cooperation (GTZ) + 49 / 6196 / 79 1357 + 49 / 6196 / 79 80 1357 Manfred.Breithaupt@gtz.de Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Country/ City 1: Thailand/Bangkok Main Responsible Organization: GTZ SUTP Contact Person: Thirayoot Limanond, PhD Job Title: Project Coordinator- Asia Tel No. 66(0)2-288-2576 Project components Policy and strategies devt. Awareness raising Capacity building Areas of focus Mobile sources Public transport Bus transport Non-motorized transport Inspection and maintenance CNG/LPG Land use planning Transport planning Transport sector (co-benefits)

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Proponent: Institute for Transportation and Development Policy (ITDP) Project title: Cycle Rickshaw Modernization
Main objectives and outputs: Shift passenger travel from private, motorized vehicles to buses and non-motorized vehicles, thereby reducing pollution ITDP's Cycle Rickshaw Modernization Project cleans the air and increases employment and income among the poor, while keeping the cost of the vehicle roughly constant. ITDP's cycle rickshaw modernization program teamed US and Indian engineers, who created a lighter, more comfortable vehicle at roughly the same cost. By 2005, over 100,000 modern cycle rickshaws have been manufactured by over 20 small businesses and sold in Delhi, Agra, Bharatpur, Brindavan, Mathura, and Jaipur. Based on our successes in India, ITDP is replicating the project in Yogyakarta, Indonesia in partnership with the Centre for Tourism Research and Development, Gadjah Mada University, and LPIST. Total budget: $230,000.00 Funding sources: Toyota Foundation Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: On-going Regions covered: South Asia. Southeast Asia. Countries covered: India Indonesia Cities/provinces covered: Indonesia: Yogyakarta India: various Implementing agencies: Main contact person: John Ernst Regional Director, Asia Institute for Transportation and Development Policy (ITDP) 719-635-8856 801-365-5914 johnernst@itdp.org Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Country/City 1: Indonesia Main Responsible Organization: Institute for Transportation and Development Policy (ITDP) Contact Person: Darmaningtyas Job Title: Country Director, Indonesia Email: darmaning_tyas@yahoo.com Website of Organization: www.itdp.org Country/ City 2: India Main Responsible Organization: Institute for Transportation and Development Policy (ITDP) Contact Person: John Ernst Job Title: Regional Director, Asia Tel. No.: 719-635-8856 Fax No.: 801-365-5914 Email: johnernst@itdp.org Website of Organization: www.itdp.org Project components Policy and strategies devt. Data gathering and analysis Awareness raising Capacity building Equipment support Areas of focus Mobile sources Public transport Non-motorized transport Road infrastructure Transport planning Climate change mitigation (cobenefits approach) Transport sector (co-benefits) Energy sector (co-benefits)

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Proponent: Institute for Transportation and Development Policy (ITDP) Project title: Improving Non-Motorized Transport (NMT) Planning and Safety
Main objectives and outputs: Shift passenger travel from private, motorized vehicles to buses and non-motorized vehicles, thereby reducing pollution. ITDP works directly on the planning and implementation of Non-Motorized Transport infrastructure and on improving safety for pedestrians and cyclists. Our work in NMT planning complements ITDP's bicycle promotional activities and helps improve public space, encourages people to walk or bicycle, and improves access for those who have no other mobility options. Total budget: $480,000.00 Funding sources: 1. USAID 2. Rockefeller Bros. Fund Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: On-going Regions covered: South Asia. Southeast Asia. East Asia. Countries covered: Regional Cities/provinces covered: Indonesia: Yogyakarta, Surabaya India: Hyderabad, Ahmedabad, Delhi PRC: Guangzhou Implementing agencies: Main contact person: John Ernst Regional Director, Asia Institute for Transportation and Development Policy (ITDP) 719-635-8856 801-365-5914 johnernst@itdp.org Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Country/City 1: Indonesia Main Responsible Organization: Institute for Transportation and Development Policy (ITDP) Contact Person: Darmaningtyas Job Title: Country Director, Indonesia Email: darmaning_tyas@yahoo.com Website of Organization: www.itdp.or Country/ City 2: People's Republic of China Main Responsible Organization: Institute for Transportation and Development Policy (ITDP) Contact Person: Karl Fjellstrom Job Title: Country Director, China Tel No. 86-13710149964 Email: kfjellstrom@itdp.org Website of Organization: www.itdp.or Country/ City 3: India Main Responsible Organization: Institute for Transportation and Development Policy (ITDP) Contact Person: John Ernst Job Title: Regional Director, Asia Tel. No.: 719-635-8856 Fax No.: 801-365-5914 Email: johnernst@itdp.org Website of Organization: www.itdp.org Project components Policy and strategies devt. Data gathering and analysis Awareness raising Capacity building Equipment support Areas of focus Mobile sources Public transport Non-motorized transport Road infrastructure Transport planning Climate change mitigation (cobenefits approach) Transport sector (co-benefits) Energy sector (co-benefits)

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Proponent: Institute for Transportation and Development Policy (ITDP) Project title: Supporting the Development of Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) Systems
Main objectives and outputs: Shift passenger travel from private, motorized vehicles to buses and non-motorized vehicles, thereby reducing pollution ITDP offers direct technical, legal and contractual assistance to municipalities pursuing BRT. ITDP provided the only international technical expertise to Jakarta, Indonesia which opened the TransJakarta BRT in December 2004. We are now supporting the planning and implementation of systems in India and China. Total budget: $1,100,000.00 Funding sources: 1. USAID 2. GTZ 3. Rockefeller Bros. Fund 4. Energy Foundation Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: On-going Regions covered: South Asia. Southeast Asia. East Asia. Countries covered: Regional Cities/provinces covered: Indonesia: Jakarta India: Delhi, Hyderabad, Ahmedabad China: Guangzhou, Chengdu Implementing agencies: Main contact person: John Ernst Regional Director, Asia Institute for Transportation and Development Policy (ITDP) 719-635-8856 801-365-5914 johnernst@itdp.org Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Country/City 1: Indonesia Main Responsible Organization: Institute for Transportation and Development Policy (ITDP) Contact Person: Darmaningtyas Job Title: Country Director, Indonesia Email: darmaning_tyas@yahoo.com Website of Organization: www.itdp.org Country/ City 2: China Main Responsible Organization: Institute for Transportation and Development Policy (ITDP) Contact Person: Karl Fjellstrom Job Title: Country Director, China Tel No. 86-13710149964 Email: kfjellstrom@itdp.org Website of Organization: www.itdp.org Country/ City 3: India Main Responsible Organization: Institute for Transportation and Development Policy (ITDP) Contact Person: John Ernst Job Title: Regional Director, Asia Tel. No.: 719-635-8856 Fax No.: 801-365-5914 Email: johnernst@itdp.org Website of Organization: www.itdp.org Project components Policy and strategies devt. Data gathering and analysis Awareness raising Capacity building Equipment support Areas of focus Mobile sources Public transport Bus transport Road infrastructure Transport planning Climate change mitigation (cobenefits approach) Transport sector (co-benefits) Energy sector (co-benefits)

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Proponent: International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) Project title: IAEA/ RCA Improved Information about Urban Air Quality Management
Main objectives and outputs: To obtain a sufficiently large set of high-quality regional data characterizing airborne particulate matter (APM) in the fine and coarse breathable modes for: • Development of a regional database that contains selected data characterizing the aerosols in the region • Employment of advanced receptor models to provide a more detailed and accurate descriptions of the types and locations of pollution sources • Assessment of the effectiveness of actions taken by participating countries to reduce concentrations and impact of particulate pollution Total budget: $741,680.00 Funding sources: IAEA - 680 (includes both original 2003 to 2004 and 2005 to 2006 extension) Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Started 2003 Regions covered: South Asia. Southeast Asia. Mekong. East Asia. Countries covered: Asia Cities/provinces covered: Implementing agencies: National University of Mongolia Main contact person: Dr. Mahendra Prinath Dias RCA Coordinator, Asia and The Pacific, Technical Cooperation Division International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) (+43-1)-2600-22313/ 22466 (+431) 2600-7 P.Dias@iaea.org Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Country/City 1: Bangladesh Responsible Organization: Bangladesh Atomic Energy Centre Contact Person: Dr. Swapan Kumar Biswas Job Title: Principal Scientific Officer, Chemistry Division, Atomic Energy Centre, Dhaka. Tel No: 00880 2 509489 Fax No: 00880-2-8613051 Email: aecd@citecho.net, baec@agni.com Website of Organization: http://www.rca.iaea.org/BGD/ Country 2: China Responsible Organization: China Institute of Nuclear Energy Contact Person: Mr. Tian Weizhi Job Title: Professor Tel No: 0086 10 69357308 Fax No: 0086 10 69357008 Email: tiancia@public.bta.net.cn, wztian@iris.ciae.ac.cn Website of Organization: http://www.rca.iaea.org/prc/ Country 3: India Responsible Organization: Bhabha Atomic Research Center, Department of Atomic Energy Contact Person: Dr. T.N. Mahadevan Job Title: Environmental Assessment Division Tel No: (+91 22) 5560750 Fax No: (+91 22) 5505151 Email: devan@apsara.barc.ernet.in Website of Organization: http://www.barc.ernet.in/webpages/rca_india/ Country 4: Indonesia Responsible Organization: National Nuclear Energy Agency Contact Person: Dr. Harjoto DJOJOSUBROTO Job Title: Project Coordinator, Center for Research and Dev. of Nuclear Techniques Project components Policy and strategies devt. Data gathering and analysis Capacity building Equipment support Areas of focus AQ monitoring Ambient AQ monitoring Source apportionment Transboundary sources Monitoring transboundary sources Policies for transboundary sources Stationary sources Monitoring for stationary sources Policies for stationary sources

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Tel No: 0062 22 2503997 ext 711 Fax No: 0062 22 2504081 Email: helia@attglobal.net Website of Organization: Country 5: Korea Responsible Organization: Korea Atomic Energy Research Institute Contact Person: Dr. Yong Sam CHUNG Job Title: Neutron Activation Analysis Project, HANARO Center Tel No: 0082 42 8688412 Fax No: 0082 42 8688448 Email: yschung@nanum.kaeri.re.kr Country 6: Malaysia Responsible Organization: Malaysian Institute for Nuclear Technology Research (MINT) Contact Person: Mr. MOHD SUHAIMI Hamzah Job Title: Senior Research Officer Tel No: 0060 3 89250510 # 1131 Fax No: 0060 3 89252577 Email: suhaimi_hamzah@mint.gov.my Country 7: Pakistan Responsible Organization: Pakistan Institute of Nuclear Science & Technology Contact Person: Dr. Shujaat Ahmad Job Title: Tel No: 009251 2207270 Fax No: 009251 9290275 Email: shujaat@pinstech.org.pk Country 8: Philippines Responsible Organization: Philippine Nuclear Research Institute Contact Person: Ms. Flora L. Santos Job Title: Head, Analytical Measurements Research Tel No: 0063 2 9267343 Fax No: 0063 2 9201646 Email: flsantos@pacific.net.ph Country 9: Singapore Responsible Organization: National University of Singapore Contact Person: Prof. Tang Seung Mun Job Title: Professor, Department of Physics Tel No: 0065 8742620 Fax No: 0065 7776126 Email: phytsm@leonis.nus.edu.sg Country 10: Sri Lanka Responsible Organization: Atomic Energy Authority Contact Person: Ms. M.C. Shirani SENEVIRATNE Job Title: Tel No: 0094 141735 Fax No: 0094 472749 Email: srlaea@slt.lk Country 11: Thailand Responsible Organization: Office of Atomic Energy for Peace Contact Person: Dr. Wanna Chueinta Job Title: Professor, Department of Physics Tel No: 0066 2 5620092 Fax No: 0066 2 5613013 Email: Chueinta@mail.com Country 12: Vietnam Responsible Organization: Vietnam Atomic Energy Commission (VINATOM) Contact Person: Dr. Pham Duy Hien Job Title: Professor, Department of Physics Tel No: 0084 4 5142215 Fax No: 0084 4 8266133 or 8363295 Email: pdhien@netnam.org.vn

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Proponent: International Council for Local Environmental Initiatives (ICLEI) Project title: Cities for Climate Protection Campaign
Main objectives and outputs: • Establish city network, energy, climate, and sustainability • Develop GHG emission inventories and action plans • On the ground implementation of projects • Information dissemination and international exchange programs • Training for measures development Total budget: Funding sources: Not Specified Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Regions covered: South Asia. Southeast Asia. Mekong. Countries covered: Indonesia Thailand Philippines India Cities/provinces covered: Implementing agencies: Main contact person: Bob Price International CCP Director International Council for Local Environmental Initiatives (ICLEI) 1 (510) 540-8843 bprice@iclei.org Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Country/City 1: CCP Indonesia Network Main Responsible Organization: Contact Person: Pam Gallares-Oppus, and Lutfi Lesilolo Job Title: SE Asia Regional ICLEI Director Tel No.: (63-2) 426-0851 (Manila), (62-21) 765-3901 (Jakarta) Fax No.: Email: ccp-southeastasia@iclei.org Website of Organization: http://www.iclei.org/sea/ Country/City 2: CCP Philippines Network Main Responsible Organization: Contact Person: Pam Gallares-Oppus Job Title: SE Asia Regional ICLEI Director Tel No.: (63-2) 426-0851 (Manila) Fax No.: Email: ccp-southeastasia@iclei.org Website of Organization: http://www.iclei.org/sea/ Country/City 3: CCP South Asian Network Main Responsible Organization: Contact Person: Emani Kumar Job Title: Director, CCP South Asia Tel No.: (91-11) 26497294 Fax No.: Email: ccp-southasia@iclei.org Website of Organization: http://www.iclei.org/southasia Country/City 4: CCP Thailand Network Main Responsible Organization: Thai Environment Institute Contact Person: Pam Gallares-Oppus Job Title: SE Asia Regional ICLEI Director Tel No.: (63-2) 426-0851 (Manila) Email: ccpthailand-iclei@tei.or.th Website of Organization: http://www.iclei.org/sea/ Project components

Areas of focus AQ monitoring Roadside AQ monitoring Emissions inventory Source apportionment Mobile sources Public transport Non-motorized transport Transboundary sources Monitoring transboundary sources Policies for transboundary sources Stationary sources Monitoring for stationary sources

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Proponent: Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) Project title: The Third Country Training in Thailand on Acid Deposition Problems for Asian countries
Main objectives and outputs: Overall Goal: To strengthen the understanding on acid deposition problems in the East Asian Region Training Objectives: 1. To create a common understanding of the state of the acid deposition problems in East Asia 2. To provide useful inputs to prevent or reduce the adverse impacts on human health and the environment due to the acid deposition Total budget: Funding sources: Not applicable (JICA conducts its cooperation in kind such as dispatching experts) Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Started 2003, to be completed 2006 Regions covered: South Asia. Southeast Asia. Mekong. East Asia. Countries covered: Regional Cities/provinces covered: Implementing agencies: Environmental Research and Training Center, Department of Environmental Quality Promotion and Pollution Control Department, Ministry of Science, Technology and Environment Main contact person: Eiji Iwasaki / Izumi Tsuchihata Team Director / Staff Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) +81-3-5352-5254 +81-3-5352-5348 Iwasaki.Eiji@jica.go.jp / Tsuchihata.Izumi@jica.go.jp Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Country/City 1: Thailand Main Responsible Organization: Environmental Research and Training Center, Department of Environmental Quality Promotion and Pollution Control Department, Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment Project components Data gathering and analysis Capacity building Areas of focus AQ monitoring Ambient AQ monitoring Emissions inventory Transboundary sources Monitoring transboundary sources

Proponent: Kitakyushu Institute for Global Environmental Strategies (KU-IGES) Project title: Pilot Project on Energy Efficiency in Industries and Transportation to Improve Urban Air Quality
Main objectives and outputs: Energy consumption patterns have a great influence on the cleanliness of cities. Inefficient energy usage in public/commercial buildings, industries in particular, and transport directly or indirectly affect air quality. City administration through the Kitakyushu Initiative can play an important role in identifying and addressing this issue for the economic benefit and cleanliness of cities. As a first step, it is required to identify energy savings potential in energy intensive establishments through energy audits followed by one or two pilot projects to demonstrate the viability of energy efficiency improvement. Within the Kitakyushu Initiative, it is proposed to conduct an energy audit of one or more industries as a demonstration project. Project components

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Total budget: Funding sources: UNESCAP Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Regions covered: South Asia. Southeast Asia. Mekong. East Asia. Countries covered: Japan Cities/provinces covered: Implementing agencies: TBD Main contact person: Christine Pearson Project Officer Kitakyushu Institute for Global Environmental Strategies (KU-IGES) (+81) 93-513-3711 (+81) 93-513-3712 cpearson@iges.or.jp Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Country/City 1: Responsible Organization: UNESCAP Contact Person: Dr. Aslam Khan Job Title: Chief, Environment Section, ENRD Fax No: (+66-2) 288-1025 Website of Organization: www.unescap.org Country/City 2: Japan Responsible Organization: IGES Contact Person: Mushtaq Ahmed Memon / Christine Pearson Job Title: Senior Policy Researcher / Project Officer Tel. No.: (+81-93) 513-3711 Fax No.: (+81-93) 513-3712 Email: mushtaq@iges.or.jp, cpearson@iges.or.jp Website of Organization: www.iges.or.jp/kitakyushu

Proponent: Overseas Environmental Cooperation Center (OECC) Project title: Kyoto Mechanisms Information Platform
Main objectives and outputs: To disseminate basic knowledge and information on Kyoto Mechanisms; and promote Japan’s CDM and JI in other countries. Total budget: Funding sources: MOEJ(consigned) Funding type: Status of project: Started 2003, On-going Regions covered: South Asia. Southeast Asia. Mekong. East Asia. Countries covered: Regional Cities/provinces covered: Implementing agencies: Office of International Strategies on Climate Change, Climate Change Policy Division, Global Environmental Bureau, Ministry of the Environment, Japan Main contact person: Makoto Kato Researcher Overseas Environmental Cooperation Center (OECC) +81-3-5472-0144 +81-3-5472-0145 kato@oecc.or.jp Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Not Specified Project components Policy and strategies devt. Data gathering and analysis Awareness raising Capacity building Areas of focus Mobile sources Fuels Gasoline Diesel CNG/LPG Biofuels Climate change mitigation (cobenefits approach) Energy sector (co-benefits)

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Proponent: Regional Air Pollution in Developing Countries (RAPIDC) Project title: Air Pollution in the Megacities of Asia (APMA)
Main objectives and outputs: APMA builds upon UNEP/WHO efforts on air pollution in Megacities under the Urban Air Quality Monitoring Programme (GEMS/Air), which formed part of the UN Global Environment Monitoring System (GEMS) to acquire scientific data and information on the environment through monitoring and assessment. The APMA project focuses on the development of policy to address urban air pollution in Asian Megacities. It aims to contribute to increase the capacity of governments and city authorities to deal with urban air pollution by working in collaboration with the Clean Air Initiative for Asian cities (CAIAsia). APMA will contribute to the following activities will be dependent on securing co-funding Support AQM strategy formation in selected Asian cities The aim of this activity is to support the development and implementation of comprehensive AQM in a selected Asian city with the APMA/CAI-Asia network. This activity will be in parallel to that undertaken within the Male activity, which provides a much detailed assessment of selected Male cities by employing rapid urban assessment techniques. In the last RAPIDC programme, APMA in collaboration with CAI-Asia developed a Strategic Framework (SF) for AQM in Asia. The Framework was the result of a two-year process which involved two multi-stakeholder dialogues, four country consultations meetings and wide dissemination for comments. The SF identified the key challenges for AQM that are unique to Asian cities and outlined the key components of a comprehensive AQM system. Parallel to the SF a benchmarking report was performed in which the capabilities in AQM of 20 Asian cities were assessed. The cities where categorised according to their current stage in AQM development. This activity will support the development and implementation of the SF in an Asian city selected from the benchmarking exercise. The selection will be based on those cities, which have been identified in the benchmarking report as having limited, minimal or moderate capability in AQM. The activity will be undertaken in collaboration with CAI-Asia and city authorities, which are part of the CAI-Asia city network, and other stakeholders. SEI will coordinate the activity in collaboration with CAI-Asia as part of the APMA project. For the selected city a project Steering Committee will be set-up including representatives from SEI, CAI Asia, World Bank, WHO Regional Offices, UNEP Regional Office, responsible Ministries (Environment, Science & Technology, Construction, Transport, et al.), EPAs, municipal administration, e.g., an agency responsible for implementation. The Steering Committee will supervise the assessment of the needs and development of action plans. The activity will involve collaboration with CAI-Asia city authorities and stakeholders from industry, trade, transport, media, NGOs. This will involve two network meetings with CAI-Asia city representatives, one to set the frame and the other one to evaluate and discuss the results. SEI will provide technical assistance in assessing the needs for policies (legislation, regulations, standards), strategies (command and control vs. market mechanisms) and tactics (inventories, monitoring, modelling, health and environmental impact assessment, financial resource commitment) of AQM and in the development of action plans. AQM needs assessment in a selected city in Asia The city will be selected in collaboration with CAI-Asia and will be dependent on its current stage of AQM capability as determined by the benchmarking exercise and their willingness to participate in such an exercise. A needs assessment of AQM in the selected city will be undertaken with the aim of developing action plans to improve the AQM system including training needs and capacity enhancement. The first part of the assessment will involve a survey of current AQM activities in the selected city. This exercise will use the information gathered as part of the benchmarking Project components Policy and strategies devt. Data gathering and analysis Awareness raising Capacity building Areas of focus AQ monitoring Ambient AQ monitoring Roadside AQ monitoring Emissions inventory Source apportionment Indoor air pollution Overall Air Quality Management

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exercise as its basis and collect additional information to cover all of the key components outlined in the SF. The second part of the assessment will involve a workshop with key stakeholders from the city, which will be undertaken to identify the gaps and needs in AQM within the context of the SF. The workshop will prioritise a number of key components of the SF where efforts will be directed to enhance capacity. The output of this activity will be a report AQM needs in the selected city. Support the development of AQM action plans in selected Asian cities The aim of the activity is to enhance capacity in AQM to support the development of actions plans. Based on the needs assessment, a workshop will be undertaken to provide training on the general aspects of the SF as well as those key components identifed as high priority. It will also provide training on action plan formation. The outcome of this exercise will be a general action plan that could be adopted by the city with specific issues as having been identified as priority. The implementation of the action plan will be out of the remit of this proposal but it is hoped by enhancing capacity in a targeted approach action will be take by the city authority to address this AQM issues identified. The output of this activity will be AQM Action plans for a selected city based on needs assessment. Development of a AQM information system (AMIS-Asia) for Asian cities The aim of this activity is o develop an information system for the standardised collation of air quality management (AQM) information for Asian cities and to facilitate the transfer of AQM and best practice between countries and cities to support decision-making processes and strategy formation. In the last RAPIDC programme APMA, in collaboration with CAI-Asia, undertook a benchmarking exercise of AQM in 20 Asian cities. The exercise clearly demonstrated the wide variation in the quantity and quality of information available on AQM and availability of such information to a wider audience. The benchmarking exercise attempted to provide a regional overview of AQM in the region. In addition, it provided the foundation for a database on AQM information and best practice to assist countries and cities in Asia to determine their progress in AQM and to identify priorities for action in the context of the Strategic Framework for AQM. As part of the consultation process on the Strategic Framework for AQM under the last RAPIDC programme, one recommendation from the multi-stakeholder dialogues was the need for a flexible mechanism for the sharing of AQM information between neighbouring jurisdictions. The aim of this activity to further extend the APMA/CAI-Asia benchmarking exercise and develop a system of databases of information on AQM and best practice. It will build upon and further develop the WHO AMIS databases, which consist of a: • Core database with information on air quality (DB1) • Database with information on the AQM capabilities of cities (DB2) • Database framework for information on indoor air quality • Database framework for noise pollution in urban areas. This activity will upgrade and update databases DB1 and DB2 and extend their scope. In addition, a further database will be developed: • Database with information on procedures for emission inventories (DB3) Full use of the outputs of the RAPIDC programme will be included within the database. The AMIS-Asia databases will be a web-based database system. This will provide searchable information providing spatial overview of air quality in the region and trends. It will provide references and links to on-line resources in all fields of AQM. The information will be collated in collaboration with CAI-Asia city networks (including CATNET) in different countries of Asia. The database will be developed in collaboration with the CAI-Asia secretariat, which will ultimately be responsible for maintaining and updating the database after the programme period. Thus ensuring ownership is firmly established within the region. AMIS-Asia will also provide information for a bi-annual Regional Outlook on AQM in Asia. This report will be undertaken in collaboration with CAI-Asia, World Bank, UNEP and WHO. The information will also provide an input to the UNEP GEO process on global reporting. SEI will coordinate the activity in collaboration with CAI-Asia as part of the APMA project. A project Steering Committee will be set-up including representatives from UNEP/EAP-AP,

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WHO, ADB, World Bank, IVL and Murdoch University. The activity will involve collaboration with CAI-Asia city networks in China, India, Indonesia, Japan, Viet Nam, Singapore and other regional institutions. This will involve two network meetings with CAI-Asia cities. SEI will provide technical assistance in the database development and information collation. Development of AMIS-Asia Structure and Framework This activity will further develop the original AMIS databases including additional fields for collation of AQM information including website interface. It is envisaged that AMIS-Asia will provide a set of user-friendly databases on AQM information. The core database will contain summary statistics of air pollution data such as annual means, 95-percentiles, and the number of days on which WHO guidelines are exceeded for Asian cities, which are members of CAI-Asia network. The database on AQM capabilities will collect best practice data and provide examples and case-studies of best practice with regard to AQM within Asian cities and internationally. The database on procedures for emission inventories will collect data on algorithms and methods for estimating emissions and include information on how to use and validate them and on their abilities and limitations. The output of this activity will be a structure and framework for the AMIS Asia databases. Collation of AQM information and Identification of Best Practice The AMIS-Asia databases will be a web-based database system. This will provide searchable information providing spatial overview of air quality in the region and trends. It will provide references and links to on-line resources in all fields of AQM including the outputs of the RAPIDC programme. This activity will convert the data collected as part of the benchmarking exercise to an AMIS-Asia format. In addition, a reporting procedure for AQM information will be established. The information will be collated in collaboration with CAI-Asia city networks (including CATNET) in different countries of Asia. The database will be developed in collaboration with the CAI-Asia secretariat, which will ultimately be responsible for maintaining and updating the database after the programme period. Thus ensuring ownership is firmly established within the region. Identification of the best practice examples on AQM in Asia and internationally. The output of this activity will be a detailed database on AQM, best practice case studies and a detailed database reports. Regional outlook report on AQM in Asia The aim of this activity will be to contribute to the preparation of regional report providing overview of trends and experience in AQM in Asian cities. AMIS-Asia will also provide information for a bi-annual Regional Outlook on AQM in Asia. This report will be undertaken in collaboration with CAI-Asia, World Bank, UNEP and WHO. The information will also provide an input to the UNEP GEO process on global reporting. The output of this activity will be a Regional Outlook report. Total budget: $490,000.00 Funding sources: SIDA phase 1 and phase 2 Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Started 2005, to be Completed 2008 Phase 1 Started 2001, Completed 2004 Regions covered: South Asia. Southeast Asia. Mekong. East Asia. Countries covered: Regional Cities/provinces covered: Bangkok Beijing Chongqing Guangzhou Shanghai Taipei,China Hong Kong Kathmandu Manila New Delhi Kolkata Mumbai

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Osaka Tokyo Seoul Singapore Implementing agencies: SEI in collaboration with United Nations Environment Programme /World Health Organization/ Korea Environment Institute/ CAI-Asia Main contact person: Dr Gary Haq Research Associate Regional Air Pollution in Developing Countries (RAPIDC) +44 1904 432917 +44 1904 432 898 gh7@york.ac.uk Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Not Specified

Proponent: Regional Air Pollution in Developing Countries (RAPIDC) Project title: Clean Air for Asia Training Programme
Main objectives and outputs: Conduct training programmes for CAI-Asia community Total budget: $505,195.09 Funding sources: 1. EU Asia Urbs (90%) 2. WHO, NILU, NORAD, IAEA, Force Technology Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: On-going Regions covered: South Asia. Southeast Asia. Mekong. East Asia. Countries covered: Regional Cities/provinces covered: Implementing agencies: Main contact person: Dr Dieter Schwela Senior Research Associate Regional Air Pollution in Developing Countries (RAPIDC) +44 1904 432916 +44 1904 432898 dieter.schwela@sei.se Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Country/City 1: Bangkok, Thailand Main Responsible Organization: Pollution Control Department Contact Person: Dr Supat Wangwongwatana Job Title: Tel No. 66 2298 2000 Fax No. 66 2298 2002 Email: Supat.w@pcd.go.th Website of Organization: http://www.pcd.go.th/indexEng.cfm Country/City 2: Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam Main Responsible Organization: Environmental Protection Agency (HEPA) Contact person: Dr Nguyen Dinh Tuan Job Title: Director of Environmental Protection Agency Tel No. 84-08-8443881 Fax No. 84-08-8443868 Email: dinhtuan1@gmail.com Project components Policy and strategies devt. Awareness raising Capacity building Areas of focus AQ monitoring Ambient AQ monitoring Roadside AQ monitoring Emissions inventory Source apportionment Mobile sources Public transport Non-motorized transport Indoor air pollution Transboundary sources Monitoring transboundary sources Stationary sources Monitoring for stationary sources Policies for stationary sources Health effects

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Proponent: State Environmental Protection Agency / Chinese Research Academy of Environmental Sciences (SEPA / CRAES) Project title: The International Network of Reference Research Laboratories on Vehicle Emissions and Air Quality (INVEAQ)
Main objectives and outputs: The goal of this collaboration is to establish best practices in the field of emission measurement and to pursue improvement to the quality of testing services provided in support of policy and rule development in the respective jurisdiction. On the basis of which, exchange of experiences and information on air quality management for population exposed to air pollution will help upgrade governance, policy and administrative levels, as well as institutional mechanisms, ultimately reducing the overall social cost of dealing with adverse effects of air pollution. Total budget: Funding sources: Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Ongoing Regions covered: East Asia. Countries covered: People's Republic of China, Japan, as well as US and EU Cities/provinces covered: Implementing agencies: Vehicle Emission Control Center, SEPA Main contact person: Xin Yue Associate Professor State Environmental Protection Agency / Chinese Research Academy of Environmental Sciences (SEPA / CRAES) +8610-84916280 +8610-84916280 yuexin@craes.org.cn Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Country/ City 1: European Commission Main Responsible Organization: Joint Research Center (Acting as the Presidency organization) Contact Person: Mr. Giovanni De Santi Tel No. +39-0332-789482 Fax No. +39-0332-785869 Email: giovanni.de-santi@jrc.it Country/ City 2: China Main Responsible Organization: VECC-SEPA (acting as the Secretariat) Tel No. +8610-84916280 Fax No. +8610-84916280 Email: yuexin@craes.org.cn Project components Policy and strategies devt. Data gathering and analysis Awareness raising Capacity building Areas of focus Mobile sources Fuels Land use planning Transport planning

Proponent: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) Project title: Clean Air Training Network for Asia (CATNet-Asia)
Main objectives and outputs: The Clean Air Training Network for Asia (CATNet-Asia) was established in May 2002 to identify training needs, both nationally and regionally, and to bring together institutions and/or universities who provide air quality training, and those who are interested in being involved in the design and implementation of a training consortium. EPA has helped fund Project components

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this, and develop the network and training courses, along with the ADB and the World Bank. The network has developed 3 training courses for the region and it working this year on 3 additional courses. Training has been delivered in Thailand, India and Indonesia. The coordinator for the program in the region is Dr. Supat Wangwongwatana at the Thai Pollution Control Department. Total budget: Funding sources: USEPA Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Started 2002, On-going Regions covered: South Asia. Southeast Asia. Mekong. East Asia. Countries covered: Regional Cities/provinces covered: Implementing agencies: Main contact person: Lourder Morales U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) morales.lourdes@epa.gov Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Not Specified

Areas of focus AQ monitoring Emissions inventory Mobile sources Public transport Rail transport

Proponent: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) Project title: Economic and Environmental Modeling Workshops
Main objectives and outputs: This project enhances technical capacity to model and run alternative scenarios of measures to address climate change and other environmental concerns. The project provides technical exchanges between U.S. and other countries on economic and environmental modeling, and works to ensure that countries provide a full range of climate policy options within their internal processes. 5 workshops have been held in China, several of which have published conference proceedings. Built ties among US and Chinese modelers to enhance local modeling capacity. Most recent workshop was held in April 20-21, 2006 in Beijing and was attended by Chinese and Korean Modelers. Total budget: Funding sources: USEPA Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Started 1998, On-going Regions covered: East Asia. Countries covered: China South Korea India Mexico Brazil Cities/provinces covered: Implementing agencies: Main contact person: Mark Heil USEPA, Office of Air and Radiation U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) (202) 343-9724 heil.mark@epa.gov Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Country/City 1: China Main Responsible Organization: Energy Research Institute (ERI) of the National Development and Reform Commission Project components Capacity building Areas of focus AQ monitoring Emissions inventory Mobile sources

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Proponent: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) Project title: eeBuildings
Main objectives and outputs: Promote voluntary measures to improve energy efficiency in commercial and public buildings Total budget: Funding sources: USEPA Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Started 2002, On-going Regions covered: East Asia. Countries covered: Regional Cities/provinces covered: Beijing Shanghai Taipei,China Implementing agencies: Maharashtra Energy Development Agency (MEDA) China Center for the Certification of Energy Efficiency Products (CECP) Main contact person: Gary McNeil Manager, eeBuildings U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) 1(202) 343-9173 1 202 343 2342 mcneil.gary@epa.gov Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Country/City 1: India Main Responsible Organization: Maharashtra Energy Development Agency (MEDA) Contact Person: Dipak Khandare Job Title: Manager, Energy Conservation Programs Tel No. 91-20-26683633/34Fax No. 91-20-26683631 Email: econ@mahaurja.com Website of Organization: http://www.mahaurja.com/ People’s Republic of ChinaMain Responsible Organization: CECPContact person: Liu CaifengJob Title: Tel No. 8610 8463 4191Fax No. 8610 8463 3226Email: liucf@cecp.org.cnWebsite of Organization: http://www.cecp.org.cn/ Project components Policy and strategies devt. Data gathering and analysis Awareness raising Capacity building Areas of focus Stationary sources Policies for stationary sources

Proponent: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) Project title: Urban Air Quality Management: Diverging Approaches to Controlling Particulate Matter
Main objectives and outputs: 1. Particulate matter-related health risks (mortality and morbidity) will be calculated for four Pacific Rim cities in different stages of air quality management implementation: Osaka, Houston, Seoul, and Bangkok. 2. The estimates of health risk will be used to support or challenge the current environmental policy directions in Japan and the U.S. 3. The estimates of health risk will be used to make recommendations for possible adjustments to environmental intervention policies in the Republic of Korea and Thailand. Project components Data gathering and analysis Areas of focus AQ monitoring Roadside AQ monitoring Emissions inventory

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Total budget: Funding sources: 1. SSRC 2. JFC Funding type: Status of project: Started September 2004, to be Completed August 2005 Regions covered: Mekong. East Asia. Countries covered: Japan Korea Thailand Cities/provinces covered: Implementing agencies: This is a single researcher analysis and not under a department or ministry Main contact person: A. Scott Voorhees Environmental Scientist / Abe Research Fellow U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) (919) 541-5348 (919) 541-5509 Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Not Specified Health effects

Proponent: United Nations Centre for Regional Development (UNCRD) Project title: UNCRD Initiative on Environmentally Sustainable Transport (EST)
Main objectives and outputs: Over all, the key elements of UNCRD's Strategy and Workplan on EST include: • Identification of issues and strategic challenges in realization of Asian EST • Formulation of national Strategy-cum-Action Plan on EST for selected countries involving all key stakeholders at national level and addressing short-term and long- term targets/commitments/activities/measures; • Set in motion a regional mechanism to promote collaborative efforts towards harmonization of roadside air quality monitoring, fuel quality standards, monitoring exhaust gas emissions, and proper management of export/import of used vehicles • Organizing periodical high level policy-dialogue meetings under the framework of Regional EST Forum and follow-up implementation of Aichi Statement adopted in the First Meeting of the Regional EST Forum held on 1-2 August 2005 in Nagoya, Japan • Establishment of a Knowledge Base (KB) on EST in Asia to meet the needs of the developing countries in the region • Mobilize donors support and follow up implementation of EST Strategy-cum-Action Plan at national level • Establish linkage between the proposed EST process and the on-going regional and international activities / processes Total budget: $500,000.00 Funding sources: Ministry of Environment - Japan; UNCRD core funds; Funding is per year Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Started Started January 2004, On-going Regions covered: South Asia. Southeast Asia. Mekong. East Asia. Countries covered: Asia Cities/provinces covered: Implementing agencies: Ministry of Environment, Ministry of Transport Main contact person: Mr. Choudhury Rudra Charan Mohanty Environment Programme Officer/Co-ordinator United Nations Centre for Regional Development (UNCRD) (+81) 52-561-9417 Project components Policy and strategies devt. Data gathering and analysis Awareness raising Capacity building Areas of focus AQ monitoring Ambient AQ monitoring Roadside AQ monitoring Mobile sources Public transport Rail transport Bus transport Non-motorized transport Inspection and maintenance Fuels Gasoline Diesel CNG/LPG Biofuels Road infrastructure Land use planning Transport planning Climate change mitigation (cobenefits approach) Transport sector (co-benefits)

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(+81) 52-561-9375 mohantyc@uncrd.or.jp Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Country/City 1: ASEAN countries, China, Mongolia, Korea, Japan Main Responsible Organization: Ministry of Environment, Ministry of Transport

Proponent: United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (UNESCAP) Project title: Regional Technical Assistance for Transboundary Environmental Cooperation in North-East Asia
Main objectives and outputs: The major objective of the project was to strengthen the human and organizational capacities of the recipient countries (China, Mongolia and the Republic of Korea) in environmental protection in relation to coal-fired power plants and for environmental monitoring of air pollution following specification of the project document. The major outputs of the project were to: -to build facilities for and to provide regional training for reducing pollution from coal-fired power plants; -to establish a Regional Network for Transboundary Environmental Monitoring; -to develop an Action Plan for Improving the Efficiency of Particulate Abatement Systems in Existing Power Plants Total budget: $350,000.00 Funding sources: 1. ADB 2. NIER, KEPRI (in-kind) Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: 1 July 2004 Regions covered: East Asia. Countries covered: China, Mongolia, Republic of Korea Cities/provinces covered: Implementing agencies: Ministry of Nature Resources protection, SEPA, National Institute for Environmental Research, Korea Electric Power Research Institute Main contact person: Aneta Nikolova Environmental Affairs Officer United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (UNESCAP) +66-2-288 2459 +66-2-288 1025 nikolova@un.org Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Country/ City 1: Beijing, China Main Responsible Organization: China Electricity Council Contact Person: Mr. Jian Hua Mi Job Title: Senior Specialist, Department of Environment Protection and Resource Conservation Tel No. 86-10-63415165 Fax No. 86-10-63415151 Email: mijianhua@cec.org.cn Country/ City 2: Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia [Tel.:; Fax:; Email: oyundar@mongol. net] Main Responsible Organization: Ministry of Nature and Environment Contact Person: Mr. Battulga Purevdorj Job Title: Officer, International Cooperation Department Project components Data gathering and analysis Awareness raising Capacity building Areas of focus AQ monitoring Emissions inventory Transboundary sources Monitoring transboundary sources Policies for transboundary sources Stationary sources Monitoring for stationary sources Policies for stationary sources

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Tel No. (976 11) 312-269 Fax No. (976 11) 321-401 Email: mne@mongol.net; purevdorj_b@yahoo.com Country/ City 3:, , Seoul, Republic of Korea [Tel.:; Fax:; E-mail: twlee@kepri.re.kr Main Responsible Organization: Korea Power Research Institute (KEPRI), Contact Person: Mr. Lee, Tae-Won Job Title: Group Leader Tel No. (82 42) 865-5280 Fax No. (82 42) 865-5304 Email: twlee@kepri.re.kr; niffy@kepco.co.kr Country/ City 4: Incheon , Republic of Korea Main Responsible Organization: NEACEDT; National Institute of Environmental Research (NIER) Contact Persons: 1. Mr. Lee Jong-Chun, Researcher, Research Planning Division, Environmental Research Complex 2. Mr. Kim Myungjin, Senior Researcher, Research Planning Division, Environmental Research Complex Tel No. 032-560-7703; Fax No. 010-4736-9569 Email: jclee@me.go.kr; kimmi4@me.go.kr Website of Organization: www.neaspec.org

Proponent: United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE) Project title: Task Force on Hemispheric Transport of Air Pollution
Main objectives and outputs: To develop a fuller understanding of this growing body of scientific evidence, the Executive Body of the UNECE Convention on Long-range Transboundary Air Pollution (LRTAP) has established a Task Force on Hemispheric Transport of Air Pollution. The Task Force will report its findings to the Convention’s Steering Body for the Cooperative Programme on the Monitoring and Evaluation of Long-range Transmission of Air Pollutants in Europe (EMEP). Total budget: Funding sources: Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Ongoing Regions covered: South Asia Southeast Asia Mekong East Asia Countries covered: Cities/provinces covered: Implementing agencies: LRTAP Executive Body Main contact person: Terry Keating United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE) + 1-202-564-1174 + 1-202-564-1554 keating.terry@epa.gov Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Project components Policy and strategies devt. Data gathering and analysis Areas of focus Monitoring transboundary sources Policies for transboundary sources

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Proponent: United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) Project title: Acid Deposition Monitoring Network in East Asia
Main objectives and outputs: The objectives of EANET are as follows: • To create a common understanding of the state of the acid deposition problems in East Asia; • To provide useful inputs for decision-making at local, national and regional levels aimed at preventing or reducing adverse impacts on the environment caused by acid deposition; and • To contribute to cooperation on the issues related to acid deposition among the participating countries. Major activities: • Implementation of acid deposition monitoring by using common methodologies, namely: wet deposition monitoring; dry deposition monitoring; soil and vegetation monitoring; and inland aquatic environment monitoring; • Compilation, evaluation, storage and provision of data obtained through the EANET monitoring; • Promotion of quality assurance/quality control (QA/QC) activities to obtain high quality monitoring data; • Preparation and publication of periodic reports on the state of acid deposition in East Asia; • Promotion of research and studies related to acid deposition; and • Capacity building of monitoring in participating countries including implementation of training programs problems. • EANET is expected to expand its scope to other transboundary pollutants to address newly emerging atmospheric problems, strengthen its policy relevance towards mitigation and reduction of atmospheric pollutants, as one of the representative networks of transboundary atmospheric pollution. Output: • Report on monitoring during the preparatory phase • Improved Quality Assurance and Quality Control (QA/QC) • Data Accumulation and Evaluation Total budget: $1,000,000.00 Funding sources: 1. UNEP 2. MOE of Japan ($1,000,000 annually) Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Started Jan 2001, On-going Regions covered: South Asia. Southeast Asia. Mekong. East Asia. Countries covered: Asia Cities/provinces covered: Implementing agencies: Regional Resource Centre for Asia and the Pacific (RRC.AP) EANET Secretariat and Network Center Main contact person: Dr. Jiang Wei Coordinator, EANET Secretariat United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) (+66-2-5245366) (+66-2-5162125) Wei.Jiang@rrcap.unep.org Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Not Specified Project components Policy and strategies devt. Data gathering and analysis Awareness raising Capacity building Areas of focus AQ monitoring Ambient AQ monitoring Transboundary sources Monitoring transboundary sources Policies for transboundary sources

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Proponent: United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) Project title: Atmospheric Brown Cloud Phenomenon/ The Asian Brown Cloud: Climate and other Environmental Impacts
Main objectives and outputs: • Promote adoption of improved policies and strengthen regulatory enforcement for diesel emissions reduction through stakeholder collaboration, including private sector inputs; • Demonstrate emission control technologies that achieve measurable emissions reductions and associated positive health impacts; and, • Increase local support and commitment to diesel emission reductions through stakeholder collaboration, public-private partnership, and improved public information dissemination. Total budget: Funding sources: Not Specified Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Completed 2003 Regions covered: South Asia. Southeast Asia. Countries covered: Regional Cities/provinces covered: Implementing agencies: Main contact person: Mylvakanam Iyngararasan Senior Program Officer United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) +66-2 516 2125/524 6233 iyngara@ait.ac.th Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Not Specified Project components

Areas of focus AQ monitoring Emissions inventory Source apportionment Mobile sources Public transport Rail transport

Proponent: United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) Project title: Malé Declaration on Control and Prevention of Air Pollution and its Likely Transboundary Effects for South Asia (part of Regional Air Pollution in Developing Countries, RAPIDC)
Main objectives and outputs: The present project is a part of the 2001-2004 phase of the Sida-funded Programme on Regional Air Pollution in Developing Countries (RAPIDC), which is coordinated by the Stockholm Environment Institute (SEI). The Malé Declaration on Control and Prevention of Air Pollution and its Likely Transboundary Effects for South Asia is an intergovernmental agreement to tackle regional air pollution problems, established in 1998 by the South Asian countries at a meeting of the SACEP Governing Council. It is the only environmental agreement covering all the countries of South Asia. Participating countries are Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Iran, Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka. The implementation had three phases. With the completions of the baseline studies and national action plans the first phase is completed. Phase II to put in place expertise and monitoring equipment has already been initiated. The third phase would provide meaning full information for the policymaking and strengthening the Malé Declaration. Phase I Agreement and awareness raising Establishment of the National Focal Points (NFP in Ministries of Environment) and the designation of National Implementing Agencies (NIAs) by the NFPs were completed by 1999. The NIAs developed baseline studies and national action plans for each country. The Project components Policy and strategies devt. Data gathering and analysis Capacity building Equipment support Areas of focus AQ monitoring Emissions inventory Source apportionment Mobile sources Transboundary sources Monitoring transboundary sources Policies for transboundary sources Health effects Environmental Impacts, Modeling

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baseline studies were developed to ascertain the status of air pollution knowledge and research in the countries and identified gaps. The action plans outlined activities to fill the gaps in order to build a firm basis for future agreements on air pollution emissions. Phase I has been completed. Phase II (the current phase 2001-2004) includes the following capacity building activities: • Further development of the NFP/NIA network, including the development of National Advisory Committees. • Initial development of monitoring network. • Carrying out parallel studies on Integrated Assessment Modelling and emission inventory methodologies. Phase III Tackling air pollution problems This phase will use information and knowledge concerning air pollution problems in South Asian countries as a basis for the further development of the policy cycle in the region. Studies informing the policy process will continue into pollutant emission inventories; modelling atmospheric transfer of air pollutants; monitoring pollutant depositions and concentrations; assessing the risk of impacts to health, crops, materials and ecosystems; mitigation options; and developing/using integrated assessment models. Network Development The established network is to be expanded during this phase at national, sub-regional and regional levels. The decision- making body of the Malé Declaration is the Steering Committee made up of the NFPs, UNEP and SACEP. Technical implementation is carried out under the auspices of the Technical Committee, comprised of the NIAs, the Monitoring Committee (MoC), UNEP, SACEP and SEI. Each year a network meeting of members of the Steering and Technical committees and invited technical experts is held to review progress. At the national level NIAs will incorporate more national experts and institutions into the process by developing National Advisory Committees and they will broaden participation through the development of national stakeholder meetings. More collaboration will be effected with other related activities in South Asia, e.g. Indian Ocean Experiment (INDOEX). At a regional level, close links will be forged with other major players in the Asia-Pacific region, such as the East-Asia Network on Acid Deposition (EANET), Integrated Monitoring Program on Acidification of Chinese Terrestrial Systems (IMPACTS), and the Composition of Asian Deposition (CAD). Pollution Monitoring for the Malé Declaration A network of monitoring stations is being developed to provide the Malé Declaration with information about the level of regional-scale air pollution. The monitoring sites will be located in rural areas remote from point sources of pollution and will be able to provide information about long distance transport of air pollutants. The activities are being technically supported by the Monitoring Committee (MoC) who are responsible for advising national monitoring institutions, creating manuals and ensuring the quality and sustained development of the monitoring network. At each station, rainwater, particulate matter and certain gaseous pollutants will be sampled. Parallel Studies to the Malé Declaration Implementation A number of parallel studies will be carried out to prepare information and tools required by the policy process in South Asia. Currently, the emphasis is placed on the development of an integrated assessment tool which combines emissions, atmospheric transfer of pollutants, regional impacts (such as acidification) and mitigation options. As part of this process an emissions inventory manual is being produced. All these tools are being developed with intense consultation and collaboration of the NIAs. Collaborating institutions and personnel UNEP/RRC AP and SACEP co-ordinate all areas of this activity. The logistics will be developed in consultation with the National Focal Point (NFP) and NIA of each country. Available online at URL: http://www.york.ac.uk/inst/sei/rapidc2/male.html; http://www.sei.se/rapidc/pdfs/Male.pdf Total budget: Funding sources: SIDA

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Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Phase II Start: 2001 End: 2004 (Please confirm if ongoing or completed) Phase I 1998-1999; Regions covered: South Asia. Southeast Asia. Mekong. East Asia. Countries covered: South Asia Cities/provinces covered: Implementing agencies: United Nations Environment Programme's Regional Resource Centre for Asia and the Pacific (UNEP/RRC-AP) Main contact person: Surendra Shrestha and Mylvakanam Iyngararasan Regional Director and Senior Programme Officer United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) +66-2 516 2125/524 6233 surendra@ait.ac.th; iyngara@ait.ac.th Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Not Specified

Proponent: United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) Project title: Partnership for Clean Fuels and Vehicles
Main objectives and outputs: The Partnership for Clean Fuels and Vehicles was established at the World Summit on Sustainable Development in September 2002 to reduce vehicular air pollution in developing countries through the promotion of clean fuels and vehicles. The Partners have agreed on the following mission statement for the Partnership: • Help developing countries to develop action plans to complete the global elimination of leaded gasoline and start to phase down sulphur in diesel and gasoline fuels, concurrent with adopting cleaner vehicle requirements • Support the development and adoption of cleaner fuel standards and cleaner vehicle requirements by providing a platform for exchange of experiences and successful practices in developed and developing countries as well as technical assistance • Develop public outreach materials, educational programmes, and awareness campaigns; adapt economic and planning tools for clean fuels and vehicles analyses in local settings; and support the development of enforcement and compliance programmes, with an initial focus on fuel adulteration • Foster key partnerships between government, industry, NGOs, and other interested parties within a country and between countries to facilitate the implementation of cleaner fuel and vehicle commitments During the New York meeting, the Partners asked UNEP to set up a Clearing-House at UNEP Headquarters in Nairobi to help implement the Partnership. The Partners assigned the following tasks to the Clearing-House • Share and disseminate information to the partners on relevant issues • Operate and maintain a website to provide easy access to information, partner activities, and resources; • Provide logistics for partnership activities and events: workshops, technical assistance activities, etc; • Provide administrative help to partners • Maintain contacts in developing countries • Help to gather appropriate information for countries • Liaise with the other existing groups working on related activities • Help to bring in new partners or participants in partnership activities • Develop and disseminate public outreach materials about the partnership, along with technical materials for the developing countries • Help to bring developing country NGOs, universities, and governments into the partnership or its activities • Support partners, at their request, in addressing the tasks above Project components Policy and strategies devt. Data gathering and analysis Awareness raising Capacity building Areas of focus Mobile sources Public transport Inspection and maintenance Fuels Gasoline Diesel

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Total budget: Funding sources: 1. UNEP 2. Ministry of Housing, Spatial Planning and Environment 3. Environment Canada 4. USEPA 5. IPECA Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Started September 2002, On-going Regions covered: South Asia. Southeast Asia. Mekong. East Asia. Countries covered: Global Cities/provinces covered: Implementing agencies: Main contact person: Rob de Jong Programme Officer Urban Environment United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) (+254 20) 624184 (+254 20) 624324 rob.jong@unep.org Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Not Specified

Proponent: United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) Project title: Prevention and Control of Dust and Sandstorms in North-East Asia
Main objectives and outputs: 1. There are two major components under this Project. UNEP is responsible for one of them: ―Phased Programme to establish a regional monitoring and early warning network for dust and sandstorms in North-East Asia‖, which will be a part of ―Regional Master Plan for alleviating dust and sandstorms in North-East Asia‖. 2. The report on the Phased Programme was approved in principle at the 2nd SC/TC Meeting in Feb. 2004 and is now under editing. Total budget: $1,250,000.00 Funding sources: 1. ADB-JSF 2. GEF Funding type: Grant/TA. GEF funds. Status of project: Started Jan 2002, Completed March 2005 Regions covered: East Asia. Countries covered: Regional Cities/provinces covered: Implementing agencies: Main contact person: Choei Konda Deputy Regional Director United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) +66-2-288-1871 +66-2-280-3829 konda@un.org Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Not Specified Project components Policy and strategies devt. Data gathering and analysis Awareness raising Areas of focus AQ monitoring Ambient AQ monitoring Transboundary sources Monitoring transboundary sources Policies for transboundary sources

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Proponent: United Nations Environment Programme Regional Resource Center for Asia and the Pacific (UNEP RRCAP) Project title: Greenhouse Gas Emission Reduction from Industry in Asia and the Pacific
Main objectives and outputs: The project aims at reducing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and reduce energy costs from industry in Asia and the Pacific region - with support from the Government of Sweden. With dynamic industrial growth, GHG emissions are projected to rise steeply. The four-year project is being implemented in Bangladesh, China, India, Indonesia, Mongolia, Philippines, Sri Lanka, Thailand and Vietnam. A secretariat at UNEP in Bangkok coordinates the project through focal points in national institutes or government agencies with experience in cleaner production and energy efficiency. Project components Data gathering and analysis Capacity building Areas of focus Energy sector (co-benefits) Stationary sources Policies for stationary sources

The focus is on the iron and steel, pulp and paper, cement , ceramics, and chemicals sectors - as the major energy users they are the foremost emitters of greenhouse gases. The main activities included: - capacity building in national institutions and industry; - energy assessments in participating plants to identify and implement options to reduce greenhouse gas emission; - review of national policies and other factors that might influence industry to reduce GHG emissions; - review of government policies on energy efficiency; - review of financial mechanisms for implementing energy efficiency options in companies.

The main outputs of the project is "Energy Efficiency Guide for Industry in Asia," with a methodology, company case studies, technical information on energy equipment, option checklists, and a contact and information database. The Guide has been launched in January 2006 as a hard copy summary. A CDrom is soon to be available. More extended information can be found on www.energyefficiencyasia.org, and has been partly translated into Bahasa Indonesia, Bangla, Chinese, Mongolia, Sinhala, Thai and Vietnamese. Reports of the reviews on barriers, policies and financial mechanisms will also soon be made available to interested organizations. Total budget: $250,000,000.00 Funding sources: Sweden Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Completed September 2006 Regions covered: South Asia. Southeast Asia. Mekong. East Asia. Countries covered: Bangladesh, China, India, Indonesia, Mongolia, Philippines, Sri Lanka, Thailand and Vietnam Cities/provinces covered: Implementing agencies: UNEP Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific (UNEP/ROAP) Main contact person: Wei Zhao Environmental Affairs Officer United Nations Environment Programme Regional Resource Center for Asia and the Pacific (UNEP RRCAP) +66 2 288 1133 +66 2 280 3829 Compendium of Air Quality Projects and Programs in Asia, 3rd edition

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Proponent: University of California, Berkeley Project title: South Asian Multi-Center Study Of Indoor Air Pollution And Tuberculosis
Main objectives and outputs: To conduct a multi-center case-control study to assess whether exposure to indoor air pollutants associated with combustion of biomass fuel increases the risk of developing pulmonary tuberculosis. This pilot study is being conducted as part of a research and training program funded by the Fogarty Internation Center/ US NIH. Data collection is under way at 4 sites in the region with technical assistance provided by UC Berkeley. Total budget: $40,000.00 Funding sources: Fogarty International Center Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Initiated in summer 2005. Results in winter of 2007 Regions covered: South Asia. Countries covered: India Nepal Cities/provinces covered: Chennai Chandigarh Lucknow, Pokhara Implementing agencies: Multiple centers are collaborating on this study: Sri Ramachandra Medical College, Chennai, India PGIMER, Chandigarh, India King George Medical University, Lucknow, India Manipal College of Medical Sciences, Pokhara, Nepal Main contact person: Alisa Jenny PGIMER, Chandigarh, India King George Medical University, Lucknow, India Manipal College of Medical Sciences, Pokhara, Nepal Research Manager University of California, Berkeley (510) 643-4808 (510) 642-5815 ajenny@berkeley.edu Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Country/ City 1: Dr. Rajendra Prasad Professor & Head, Department of TB & Chest Diseases, King George Medical University, Lucknow-226003 Country/ City 2: Dr. Kalpana Balakrishnan Associate Prof and Head, Environmental Health Engineering Cell Sri Ramachandra Medical College #1 Ramachandra Nagar, Porur Chennai 600-116 Project components Data gathering and analysis Capacity building Equipment support Areas of focus Biofuels Indoor air pollution Health effects

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Country/ City 3: Dr. Rajesh Kumar Professor and Head Department of Community Medicine PGIMER Country/ City 4: Dr. Sharat C Verma Senior Chest Physician Regional TB Center, Pokhara Faculty Member (Hon.) Dept. of Community Medicine Manipal College of Medical Sciences, Pokhara

Proponent: University of North Carolina – Carolina Environmental Program Project title: Integrated Assessment of the Influences of Emission Sources, Meteorology and Atmospheric Chemistry on Aerosol Loadings over South Asia: Implications for Regional Climate
Main objectives and outputs: There are growing trends to limit the anthropogenic emissions of greenhouse gases (e.g., CO2, methane), primary aerosols (e.g., soot, sulfate), and secondary aerosol precursor gases (e.g., SO2) in industrialized, and increasingly, in developing regions of the globe, to mitigate the potential adverse impacts of these substances on climate due to their perturbation of the atmospheric radiation budget. Emissions from Asian countries, in particular, are estimated to dominate the atmospheric loadings of these pollutants over the next 25 years due to the growing economies and the limited resources available for environmental protection in these countries. Measurements from the Indian Ocean Experiment (INDOEX) of 1999 have provided strong evidence that the continental emissions from South Asia may already be modifying climate patterns in the region. The proposed research thus seeks to use an integrated modeling approach to understand the relative contributions of natural and anthropogenic sources as well as the different source sectors in this region, to the observed aerosol loadings in the remote Indian Ocean, and their regional climate impacts, by examining the influences of meteorology, long-range transport, and atmospheric chemistry on these loadings. The unique signature of the atmospheric composition over this region (high carbon-to-sulfate ratios, low ozone) and the combination of industrial and widespread biofuel emission sources necessitate the use of regional- rather than global-scale models, and well-resolved emissions data for these studies. The project team members' recent development of 1. A comprehensive, spatially resolved (0.25 x0.25 ) emissions inventory of SO2, fine particulate matter (PM), and its constituents (black carbon [BC], organic carbon [OC], and inorganic fraction) for all of India 2. A fully coupled mesoscale meteorology and chemistry-transport model, METCHEM, for PM, trace gases, and their radiative effects, provides an effective approach to study these issues. The project will apply METCHEM over South Asia to examine the trends in observations from INDOEX for January-March 1999, and will use various sensitivity studies to understand the coupling between regional circulation patterns and aerosol and trace gas budgets and their radiative forcing. The research will examine the effects of natural vs. anthropogenic aerosols on the Indian monsoon pattern, the relative roles of biomass burning and fossil fuel combustion on the observed BC loadings, and the export of aerosol from various source sectors to the measurement sites under different circulations during the summer and winter monsoon. Project components

Areas of focus AQ monitoring Emissions inventory Source apportionment Mobile sources Public transport Non-motorized transport Inspection and maintenance Transboundary sources Monitoring transboundary sources Policies for transboundary sources Stationary sources Monitoring for stationary sources

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These studies can help resolve discrepancies noted in INDOEX literature between observational trends and the inventory data regarding the OC/BC ratio, and provide insights into the low observed ozone. Studies of alternative emission scenarios for a future year will also be conducted, accounting for regional economic development, to examine the effects on regional environmental problems of, for example, proposed alternative fuel use and automotive technologies. Findings from these future-year studies will be useful in formulating strategies to mitigate the adverse impacts of air pollution not only in South Asia, but in regions around the globe where similar development is happening or envisioned. Total budget: $488,081.00 Funding sources: National Science Foundation, Directorate for Geosciences Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Started 2003, to be Completed 2005 Regions covered: South Asia. Countries covered: South Asia Cities/provinces covered: Implementing agencies: Main contact person: Uma Shankar Research Scientist, Principal Investigator University of North Carolina – Carolina Environmental Program (919) 966-2102 (919) 843-3113 ushankar@unc.edu Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Country/City 1: Bombay, IndiaMain Responsible Organization: Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay, India Contact Person: Chandra VenkataramanJob Title: Associate ProfessorTel No. 91 22 2576-7224 Fax No. 91 22 2572-3480 Email: chandra@che.iitb.ac.inWebsite of Organization: Other organizations involved in the implementation of the project in country/city 2: (list full name).

Proponent: Urban Environmental Management (UEM) Project title: Southeast Asia Urban Environmental Management Applications (SEA-UEMA) Project
Main objectives and outputs: The project focuses on the improvement of urban environmental conditions for the benefit of urban poor men and women in eight Southeast Asian countries (Cambodia, Indonesia, Lao PDR, Malaysia, Philippines, Timor-Leste, Thailand and Vietnam). It seeks to attain improved implementation and sharing of sound urban environmental management policies and practices in the three key urban environmental sub-sectors, namely, water and sanitation, solid waste and air pollution. A two-prong approach adopted to attain this goal is: scholarships for graduate education in urban environmental management and funding for applications of UEM education/research through networking in the three sub-sectors along with professional support programs, alumni demonstration projects, joint action research, and application of research results and lessons learned from the project. Total budget: CAN$9.5 million over 5 years (2003-2008) Funding sources: Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA) Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Started 2003, On-going, End: 2008 Regions covered: South Asia. Southeast Asia. Mekong. Countries covered: Cambodia Indonesia Lao PDR Malaysia Philippines Project components Policy and strategies devt. Data gathering and analysis Awareness raising Capacity building Areas of focus AQ monitoring Ambient AQ monitoring Roadside AQ monitoring Indoor air pollution Transboundary sources Monitoring transboundary sources Policies for transboundary sources Stationary sources Monitoring for stationary sources Policies for stationary sources Overall Air Quality Management

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Thailand Timor-Leste Vietnam Cities/provinces covered: Phnom Penh, Siem Reap Jakarta, Bandung, Surabaya, Yogyakarta Vientiane, Luangprabang Kuala Lumpur, Penang Quezon city in Metro Manila San Fernando La Union, Cebu, Naga Bangkok, Urban Pathumthani, Korat Dili Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh City, Danang Implementing agencies: Urban Environmental Management (UEM) Field of Study, School of Environmental Resources & Development (SERD), Asian Institute of Technology, Thailand. Main contact person: Dr. Ranjith Perera Project Director, SEA-UEMA Project Urban Environmental Management (UEM) +66-02524-5777 +66-02524-6380, 8338 ranjithp@ait.ac.th Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Country/ City 1: Cambodia Main Responsible Organization: Royal University of Phnom Penh (RUPP) Contact Person: Dr. Neth Barom Job Title: Vice President (Research, Inter. Relations, Postgrad. Program) Tel No. +855-23-883-640 Fax No. +855-23-880-116 Email: nethbarom@camnet.com.kh Website of Organization: http://www.rupp.edu.kh/ Country/ City 2: Indonesia Main Responsible Organization: Urban and Regional Development Institute (URDI) Contact Person: Dr. Wicaksono Sarosa Job Title: Executive Director Tel No. +62-21-3918485 Fax No. +65-21-3916095 Email: wicaksono@urdi.org Website of Organization: http://www.urdi.org/ Country/ City 3: Malaysia Main Responsible Organization: Socio-Economic and Environmental Research Institute (SERI) Contact Person: Dr. Yee Lai Wan Job Title: Chief Executive Officer Tel No. +604-228-3306 Fax No. +604-226-7042 Email: yeelaiwan@seri.com.my; seripg@tm.net.my Website of Organization: http://www.seri.com.my/ Country/ City 4: Lao PDR Main Responsible Organization: Urban Research Institute (URI) Contact Person : Mr. Keophilavanh Aphaylath Job Title: Director General Tel No. +856-21-412285 Fax No. +856-21-416527 Email: aphaylath@yahoo.com Country/ City 5: Philippines Main Responsible Organization: Local Government Development Foundation (LOGODEF) Contact Person : Dr. Gaudioso C. Sosmena Job Title: Executive Director Tel No. +63-2-831-3866, +63-2-831-3872 Fax No. +63-2-831-3872 Email: logodef@info.com.ph

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Website of Organization: http://www.logodef.com.ph/ Country/ City 6: Vietnam Main Responsible Organization: National Institute for Urban and Rural Planning (NIURP) Contact Person : Assoc. Prof. Dr. Luu Duc Hai Job Title: Director General Tel No. +84-4-8215885 Fax No. +84-4-9761339 Email: niurp@hn.vn Website of Organization: http://www.vqh-bxd.org.vn/

Proponent: World Bank Project title: South Asia Urban Air Quality Management
Main objectives and outputs: This objective of this program was to strengthen the knowledge base on urban air quality management in South Asia by way of launching a website, producing briefing notes, and having workshops. Total budget: $75,000.00 Funding sources: WB Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Completed 2004 Regions covered: South Asia. Countries covered: South Asia Cities/provinces covered: Implementing agencies: Main contact person: Sameer Akbar Senior Environmental Specialist World Bank sakbar@worldbank.org Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Not Specified Project components Policy and strategies devt. Awareness raising Capacity building Areas of focus Mobile sources Public transport Bus transport Inspection and maintenance Diesel CNG/LPG Land use planning Transport planning

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Proponent: Asian Development Bank (ADB) Project title: Kabul Air Quality Management
Main objectives and outputs: The objective of this TA is to assist the National Environment Protection agency to develop a prioritized, phased, and sustainable AQM system for Kabul. Sustainability will be achieved through: • Baseline air quality monitoring data, and a sustainable AQM system for sampling and reporting of ambient PM-10, SO2, and NO2 levels in Kabul; • Deliverty of taining to support AQM in Kabul, including private sectors for air pollution measurement • Delivery of training to support AQM in Kabul, including development of technical proficiency in lcoal counterparts in the public for air pollution management, measurement and control; • Provision of public information documents, workshops for informing the public and educating decision makers on the impacts of air quality in Kabul; • Improvements in policies and associated legislation to help achieve medium and long-term improvements in ambient air quality; • Fostering of local ownership by incorporation of MIWRE staff into the TA team • Communication of successes and data to elevate local support and sense of ownership. The AQM system developed will be useful as a template for duplication in other urban areas of Afghanistan. Total budget: $450,000.00 Funding sources: Government of Denmark Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Started October 2004, to be Completed December 2006 Regions covered: Countries covered: Afghanistan Cities/provinces covered: Kabul Implementing agencies: Afghanistan Resident Mission Main contact person: Ali Azimi Senior Environment Specialist Asian Development Bank (ADB) (+93)70283802 aazimi@adb.org Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Country/City 1: Kabul Main Responsible Organization: National Environment Protection Agency Project components Policy and strategies devt. Data gathering and analysis Awareness raising Capacity building Equipment support Areas of focus AQ monitoring Ambient AQ monitoring Emissions inventory Mobile sources Public transport Stationary sources Monitoring for stationary sources Policies for stationary sources Health effects

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Proponent: Asian Development Bank (ADB) Project title: Dhaka Clean Fuel Project
Main objectives and outputs: 1. The project will develop the widespread utilization of domestic compressed natural gas as substitute for imported liquid fuels for the transport sector 2. The project will establish the foundation for private sector participation in the development of CNG fuelled transport 3. Major outputs of the project include the expansion of the transmission and distribution gas pipelines, new CNG filling stations, purchase 300 CNG fuelled buses, 2,000 CNG fuelled four-stroke auto-rickshaws and CNG conversion kits for 10,000 government gasoline cars, and the conduct of three workshops to increase capacity to for converting gasoline cars to CNG, repairs and maintenance. Total budget: $81,900,000.00 Funding sources: 1. ADB ($72,600,000) 2. Government of Bangladesh ($9,300,000) Funding type: Loan. Grant/TA. Status of project: Started November 2002, Completed December 2006 Regions covered: South Asia. Countries covered: Bangladesh Cities/provinces covered: Dhaka Implementing agencies: Energy Division, South Asia Department (SARD) Main contact person: Mats Elerud Senior Structured Finance Specialist Asian Development Bank (ADB) (+632) 632-6414 melerud@adb.org Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Country/City 1: Bangladesh/ Dhaka Main Responsible Organization: Petrobangla Country/ City 2: Bangladesh/ Dhaka Main Responsible Organization: Gas Transmission Company Ltd. Contact Person: Mr. Muinul Ahsan Job Title: , Managing Director Tel No. (880-2) 891 5426 Fax No. (880-2) 891 4780 Country/ City 3: Bangladesh/ Dhaka Main Responsible Organization: Titas Gas Transmission and Distribution Company Ltd (TGTDCL) Contact Person: Mr. S.M. Anwaruz Zaman Job Title: Managing Director Tel No. (880-2) 811 1717 Fax No. (880-2) 811 3031 Country/ City 4: Bangladesh/ Dhaka Main Responsible Organization: Rupantarita Prakritik Gas Company Ltd (RPGCL). Contact Person: Engr. Md. Raihanul Abedin Job Title: Managing Director Tel No. (880-2) 812 1541 Fax No. (880-2) 811 3168 Project components Data gathering and analysis Capacity building Equipment support Areas of focus Mobile sources Public transport Inspection and maintenance Fuels CNG/LPG

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Proponent: Asian Development Bank (ADB) Project title: Urban Transport and Environment Improvement Project
Main objectives and outputs: 1. The TAs principal objective is to assist the government to formulate a strategy to improve air quality in Dhaka and other major cities in Bangladesh 2. The TA identified the different stakeholders and their role in improving air quality, it developed an action plan to control and phase out dirty fuel in the transport sector and introduce CNG for both public and private transportation modes, including supply and delivery linkages. The TA also reviewed environmental rules and regulations related to vehicular emissions and recommended implementation strategies, developed an action plan to improve the I&M standards of registered vehicles in Dhaka 3. The TA also identified the potential role of ADB in the implementation of the action plan from the action plan from the perspective of subsequently formulating a policy-oriented urban transport pollution project Total budget: $645,000.00 Funding sources: 1. ADB ($495,000) 2. Government of Bangladesh ($150,000) Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Started May 2000, Completed June 2001 Regions covered: South Asia. Countries covered: Bangladesh Cities/provinces covered: Dhaka Implementing agencies: Bangladesh Road Transport Corporation (BRTC) (over-all) Main contact person: Asian Development Bank (ADB) Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Country/City 1: Bangladesh - Dhaka Main Responsible Organization: Bangladesh Road Transport Corporation (BRTC) (overall) Project components Policy and strategies devt. Data gathering and analysis Capacity building Areas of focus Mobile sources Public transport Inspection and maintenance Fuels

Proponent: World Bank Project title: Bangladesh Air Quality Management Project
Main objectives and outputs: The primary objective of this project is to learn about options and to develop components of urban air quality management by means of pilot activities and institutional support, with the ultimate goal of reducing human exposure to vehicular air pollution in a cost-effective manner. The activities under this project focus primarily in Dhaka, with some components replicated in other cities. Total budget: $5,930,000.00 Funding sources: 1. Govt. of Bangladesh 2. IDA Funding type: Loan. Status of project: 2002 to present Regions covered: South Asia. Countries covered: Bangladesh Cities/provinces covered: Dhaka Implementing agencies: Department of Environment Ministry of Environment and Forests Project components Policy and strategies devt. Data gathering and analysis Awareness raising Capacity building Equipment support Areas of focus AQ monitoring Ambient AQ monitoring Roadside AQ monitoring Emissions inventory Source apportionment Mobile sources Public transport

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Bus transport Inspection and maintenance Diesel Stationary sources Monitoring for stationary sources Policies for stationary sources

Main contact person: Sameer Akbar Senior Environmental Specialist World Bank 011-51479319 011-24619393 sakbar@worldbank.org Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Dr. Mohammad Nasiruddin Project Director Ministry of Environment and Forests tel/fax: 880 2 8119031 aqmp@doe-bd.org; nasir_1956@hotmail.com

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Proponent: ADEME, FFEM Project title: Energy efficiency programme in buildings
Main objectives and outputs: Not available Total budget: € 3.28 million Funding sources: France Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Regions covered: East Asia. Countries covered: China Cities/provinces covered: Heilongjiang (Harbin, Heihe); Beijing Implementing agencies: Ministry of Construction; Construction Commissions in Beijing and Heilongjiang Main contact person: Erik Loot ADEME, FFEM erik.loot@ademe.fr Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Project components Policy and strategies devt. Capacity building Areas of focus Indoor air pollution

Proponent: ADEME, FFEM Project title: French-Chinese Energy Environment Centre
Main objectives and outputs: Not available Total budget: Funding sources: France Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Regions covered: East Asia. Countries covered: China Cities/provinces covered: Beijing Implementing agencies: Tsinghua University Main contact person: Marie-Pierre Favre Asian Project Manager ADEME, FFEM +33 0 472 438 856 Mobile: +33 0 661 581 169 +33 0 478 946 140 marie-pierre.favre@insa-lyon.fr Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Project components Policy and strategies devt. Data gathering and analysis Capacity building Areas of focus Stationary sources Monitoring for stationary sources Policies for stationary sources

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Proponent: AEI / CRAES - Atmospheric Environment Institute / Chinese Research Academy of Environmental Sciences Project title: Long-Range Transboundary Air Pollutants in Northeast Asia
Main objectives and outputs: To identify long range transport mechanism of air pollutants in northeast Asia Total budget: Funding sources: Korean National Institute of Environmental Research Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: x Regions covered: East Asia. Countries covered: China Cities/provinces covered: Dalian Xiamen Implementing agencies: Department of Science, Technology and Standards of the State Environmental Protection Administration Main contact person: Mr. Yue Xin Associate Professor AEI / CRAES - Atmospheric Environment Institute / Chinese Research Academy of Environmental Sciences +8610-84916280 +8610-84916280 yuexin@craes.org.cn Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Country/ City 1: China Main Responsible Organization: Chinese Research Academy of Environmental Sciences Contact Person: Mr. Xin Yue Job Title: Associate Professor Tel No. +8610-84916280 Fax No. +8610-84916280 Email: yuexin@craes.org.cn Website of Organization: www.craes.cn www.vecc-sepa.org.cn Country/ City 2: Korea Main Responsible Organization: National Institute of Environmental Research Contact Person: Dr. Mr. Il-Soo Park Job Title: Associate Professor Email: nierpis@me.go.kr Website of Organization: Country/ City 3: Japan Main Responsible Organization: National Institute for Environmental Studies Job Title: Prof. Mr. Shiro Hatakeyama Email: hatashir@nies.go.jp Project components Data gathering and analysis Areas of focus AQ monitoring Emissions inventory Transboundary sources Monitoring transboundary sources

Proponent: Asian Development Bank (ADB) Project title: Coal Mine Methane Development Project (CMMDP)
Main objectives and outputs: The project will cover all aspects of effective and efficient CMM and CBM production,capture, and use by applying the latest technologies. Project components Policy and strategies devt.

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Data gathering and analysis Awareness raising Capacity building Equipment support Areas of focus Climate change mitigation (cobenefits approach) Energy sector (co-benefits) Stationary sources Monitoring for stationary sources Policies for stationary sources Health effects

The CMMDP will include: 1. Improved CBM production from vertical surface wells and directionally drilled wells from the surface 2. Improved CMM drainage through the use of underground directional drilling and other modern equipment and materials 3. CMM-based power generation using internal combustion gas engines 4. Transmission and distribution of CMM for residential, commercial, and industrial use The CMMDP will also demonstrate that introducing new CMM drainage methods and technology increases safety of underground coal mining operations and provides environmental and health benefits in terms of avoided emissions associated with alternatives if the CMMDP is not implemented (e.g., additional coal-based power generation in the vicinity of the Sihe mine and release of substantial quantities of CMM and CBM into the atmosphere). The CMMDP is expected to show how CERs can be obtained with regard to a CMM emissions reduction project under the CDM of the Kyoto Protocol or similar arrangements. Total budget: $237,000,000.00 Funding sources: Loan: 1. ADB 2. JBIC Equity: 3. Industrial Commercial Bank of China 4. Jincheng Anthracite Mining Group Co. Ltd. 5. Shanxi Energy Industries Group Ltd. 6. Jincheng municipal government Grant: 7. USTDA Funding type: Loan. Grant/TA. CDM funds. Status of project: Started November 2004, to be Completed December 2008 Regions covered: East Asia. Countries covered: China Cities/provinces covered: Shanxi Implementing agencies: Government of Liaoning Province (GLP) Main contact person: Edu Hassing Principal Project Specialist Asian Development Bank (ADB) (632) 632-6385 ehassing@adb.org Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Country/City 1: Main Responsible Organization: Shanxi Provincial Government (SPG)

Proponent: Asian Development Bank (ADB) Project title: Energy Development Strategy for the Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region (IMAR)
Main objectives and outputs: The objective of this TA is to help the government of Inner Mongolia develop an energy development strategy as an input for its 11th Five Year Plan. The strategy will provide policy recommendations to develop Inner Mongolia as a state strategic energy base, and to harmonize energy sector development with overall development of the economy and the environment. Report V: Formulating a strategy and recommendations so that the development of the Project components Policy and strategies devt. Data gathering and analysis Areas of focus Stationary sources

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energy resources of Inner Mongolia takes place in an environmentally sustainable and socially inclusive manner. This report analyzes interactions among energy development, social and economic development, and the environment. The report should include policy recommendations and measures to enhance positive, and mitigate negative, impacts of accelerated development of the energy sector on social development and the environment. Total budget: $630,000.00 Funding sources: 1. ADB ($500,000) 2. GIMAR counterpart financing ($130,000) Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Started December 2004, On-going Regions covered: East Asia. Countries covered: China Cities/provinces covered: Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region Implementing agencies: Government of Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region (GIMAR) Main contact person: Long Yun Peng Economics Officer, PRC Mission Asian Development Bank (ADB) longyunpeng@adb.org Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Not Specified Policies for stationary sources

Proponent: Asian Development Bank (ADB) Project title: Gansu Clean Energy Development Project
Main objectives and outputs: The main objective of the Project is to contribute to environmental improvement in Zhangye City through provision of improved access to clean energy. The Project consists mainly of: 1. XHP, a 98 MW run-of river hydropower plant 2. Rural electrification 3. Institutional strengthening. Outputs include increased clean energy generating capacity and connection to regional power grid; Closure of old, coal-fired power plants; Improved reliability in rural electrification network; and Institutional reforms. Total budget: $87,000,000.00 Funding sources: 1. ADB ($35 million) Bank of China ($38 million) Hei He Hydropower Development Company ($7million) Zhangye Water & Power Bureau ($4.2 million) Gansu Yinlong Construction Company ($2.8 million) Funding type: Loan. Grant/TA. CDM funds. Status of project: Started November 2003, to be Completed December 2006 Regions covered: East Asia. Countries covered: China Cities/provinces covered: Gansu Implementing agencies: Gansu Provincial Government Main contact person: P. Abeygunawardena Principal Project Economist Asian Development Bank (ADB) (632) 632-6363 pabeygunawardena@adb.org Project components Policy and strategies devt. Data gathering and analysis Awareness raising Capacity building Equipment support Areas of focus Climate change mitigation (cobenefits approach) Energy sector (co-benefits)

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Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Country/City 1: Main Responsible Organization: Gansu Provincial Government

Proponent: Asian Development Bank (ADB) Project title: Gansu Roads Development Project
Main objectives and outputs: The principal objectives of the Project are to promote economic growth and thus reduce poverty in eastern Gansu province by lowering the cost of transport, relieving traffic congestion, and improving access in the project area. The Project aims to: 1. Reduce traffic accidents and vehicle operating costs; 2. Improve access between Lanzhou and Xi’an, two major growth centers in northwestern PRC; 3. Provide additional transport capacity to accommodate growing traffic; and 4. Provide improved access to markets and social services in poor areas. The Project will also support reforms relating to poverty reduction, corporate governance, private sector development, and road safety and vehicle emissions. Total budget: $882,000,000.00 Funding sources: 1. ADB ($300.0 million) 2. Ministry of Communications ($195.3 million) 3. Gansu Provincial Government ($123.3 million) 1. China Development Bank ($263.4 million) Funding type: Loan. Grant/TA. Status of project: Started November 2004, to be Completed December 2009 Regions covered: East Asia. Countries covered: China Cities/provinces covered: Gansu Implementing agencies: Gansu Provincial Communications Department (GPCD) Main contact person: Seiji Noda Project Specialist (Roads) Asian Development Bank (ADB) (632) 632-5816 snoda@adb.org Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Country/City 1: Main Responsible Organization: Gansu Provincial Communications Department (GPCD) Project components Policy and strategies devt. Data gathering and analysis Awareness raising Capacity building Equipment support Areas of focus Mobile sources Public transport Rail transport Bus transport Inspection and maintenance Fuels Road infrastructure Transport planning

Proponent: Asian Development Bank (ADB) Project title: Liaoning Environmental Improvement Project
Main objectives and outputs: The long-term goal of the Project is to support environmental improvement in Liaoning. The main objectives of the Project are: Project components Policy and strategies devt. Data gathering and analysis Awareness raising

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1. Improvement in efficiency and reliability of gas and central heating supply and closure of small coal-fired boilers 2. Production and commercial utilization of CMM and CBM. 3. Policy dialogue with the Government during project processing has focused on: • Maximizing benefits to the poor and ensuring that the poor have sufficient heating by establishing specific gas and heating assistance programs, • Implementing market-based heating tariff reforms and improving billing collection in project cities, • promoting private sector participation. The proposed Project comprises the following components: Part A: Coal Bed Methane and Coal Mine Methane Development; Part B: Gas Distribution Improvement; Part C: City Central Heating Supply; and Part D: Institutional Reforms and Corporate Governance Improvement. Total budget: $161,000,000.00 Funding sources: Loan: 1. ADB Local Banks 2. Fuxin CBM/CMM Development and Utilization Company 3. Fushun Gas General Company 4. Benxi Gas General Company 5. Anshan General Heating Company 6. Benxi General Heating Company 7. Liaoyang Real Estate Heating Company 8. Yingkou Heating Company Funding type: Loan. Grant/TA. CDM funds. Status of project: Started November 2004, to be Completed March 2009 Regions covered: East Asia. Countries covered: China Cities/provinces covered: Liaoning Implementing agencies: Government of Liaoning Province (GLP) Main contact person: Bo Q. Lin Principal Economist (Energy) Asian Development Bank (ADB) (632) 632-6461 bqlin@adb.org Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Country/City 1: Main Responsible Organization: Government of Liaoning Province (GLP) Capacity building Equipment support Areas of focus Climate change mitigation (cobenefits approach) Energy sector (co-benefits) Stationary sources Monitoring for stationary sources Policies for stationary sources

Proponent: Asian Development Bank (ADB) Project title: Opportunities for the Clean Development Mechanism in the Energy Sector
Main objectives and outputs: The TA’s goal is to improve the global environment through reduction of GHGs. The TA will promote reduction of GHGs through examining the opportunities for CDM in the PRC’s energy sector, develop a set of guidelines, and propose a strategy to promote such opportunities. The output of the TA will include: 1. Guidelines for small-scale CDM activities and an action plan detailing strategies to promote them Energy sector (co-benefits) Stationary sources Policies for stationary sources Project components Policy and strategies devt. Awareness raising Capacity building Areas of focus

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2. Four GHG reduction project designs that could be eligible for CDM financing 3. An institutional assessment report 4. Dissemination materials for TA findings Total budget: $975,000.00 Funding sources: 1. ADB ($775,000) 2. Government ($200,000) Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Started March 2002, On-going Regions covered: East Asia. Countries covered: China Cities/provinces covered: Implementing agencies: Ministry of Science and Technology Main contact person: P. Abeygunawardena Principal Project Economist Asian Development Bank (ADB) Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Country/City 1: Main Responsible Organization: Ministry of Science and Technology

Proponent: Asian Development Bank (ADB) Project title: Preparing the Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region (IMAR) Environmental Improvement Project
Main objectives and outputs: 1. Assess the gas and heating markets in IMAR 2. Determine demand-side management potential 3. Carry out demand forecast and gas and heating supply system planning, including leastcost gas and heating supply system planning, and incorporation of demand-side management options; 4. Evaluate the technical feasibility and engineering aspects of the Project 5. Provide cost estimates and procurement arrangements, and prepare a contract packaging plan 6. Carry out the economic and financial analyses; 7. Prepare the environmental impact assessment and land acquisition and resettlement plan, and provide summaries of each 8. Analyze the financial governance and financial performance implementation agencies 9. Recommend necessary enterprise and sector reforms; 10. Evaluate the poverty impact of the Project and identify ways to make the Project more pro-poor, including designing assistance programs on heating tariffs for the poor; 11. Establish monitorable indicators and a monitoring mechanism 12. Support private sector participation in the Project. The implementation of the project will cause environmental improvement in the Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region indicated by increased natural gas transmission and Utilization and augmented central heating systems to facilitate closure of small inefficient coal-fired boilers (reduction of indoor and outdoor air pollution). Total budget: $700,000.00 Funding sources: 1. ADB ($500,000) 2. GIMAR counterpart financing ($200,000) Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Started April 2005, On-going Regions covered: East Asia. Countries covered: China Cities/provinces covered: Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region Implementing agencies: Government of Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region (GIMAR) Project components Policy and strategies devt. Data gathering and analysis Areas of focus Indoor air pollution Stationary sources Monitoring for stationary sources Policies for stationary sources

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Main contact person: B. Q. Lin, Principal Economist (Energy) Asian Development Bank (ADB) (632) 632-6461 bqlin@adb.org Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Not Specified

Proponent: Asian Development Bank (ADB) Project title: Promotion of Clean Technologies
Main objectives and outputs: The TA’s main objectives are to: 1. Support the use of cleaner production technology and associated pollution reduction by • Improving the policy framework to remove current barriers and constraints; • Building the capacity of concerned agencies to strengthen environmental management; • Improving access to information on successful, financially attractive cleaner production (CP) technology experiences; and • Developing new project financing concepts and market-oriented incentives to introduce and adopt CP technology in a cost-effective manner in small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs). 2. The TA has the following components and outputs The TA cluster consists of six subprojects: 1. Policies for promotion of clean technology 2. National network for clean technology transfer 3. Legislative support for clean technology 4. Clean technology development 5. Environmental management for clean technologies 6. A financing mechanism for clean technologies Subproject 1 was designed to formulate medium to long-term plans for promoting the use of CP technology to be included in national economic and social development plans. Subproject 2 focused on the development and operation of a network of technology transfer centers; it 1. Identified and developed environmental audit procedures tailored to SMEs 2. Tested audit procedures, provided personnel training, and installed a management information system in the two centers 3. Carried out financial training and information dissemination Subproject 3 was initiated through the local training of legislative drafters. Subproject 4 concentrated on identifying specific CP projects and investigating project financing mechanisms. Subproject 5 assisted SEPA and the provincial and local environmental protection bureaus in enforcing environmental rules and regulations, especially as they relate to ecological industry partnerships and CP policies related to industries. Subproject 6 1. Conducted a survey of financial needs and mechanisms appropriate for such SMEs 2. Identify potential CP projects in decentralized and rural areas, suitable for external Project components Policy and strategies devt. Data gathering and analysis Awareness raising Capacity building Areas of focus Stationary sources Monitoring for stationary sources Policies for stationary sources

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financing. The subproject focused on Gansu and Guizhou provinces. Total budget: $3,500,000.00 Funding sources: ADB Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Started July 1999, Completed June 2004 Regions covered: East Asia. Countries covered: China Cities/provinces covered: Implementing agencies: State Development Planning Commission Main contact person: Dan Millison Environment Specialist Asian Development Bank (ADB) dmillison@adb.org Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Country/City 1: People’s Republic of China Main Responsible Organization: The cluster was implemented by six agencies, with the State Development Planning Commission (SDPC) as the coordinating agency: Contact Person: Director Sun Zhen Job Title: Division Director, Environment Division, SDPC (former) Tel No. (86) 10-68501706 Fax No. (86) 10-68502993 Email: zhens@public3.bta.cn.net Website of Organization: www.sdpc.gov.cn Other organizations involved in the implementation of the project in country/city 2: (list full name) Subproject 1: SPDC Subproject 2: Ministry of Science and Technology (MOST) Subproject 3: Environment and Resource Protection Committee of the National People’s Congress (NPC) Subproject 4: State Economic and Trade Commission (SETC) Subproject 5: State Environmental Protection Administration (SEPA) Subproject 6: Ministry of Agriculture (MOA)

Proponent: Asian Development Bank (ADB) Project title: Shanxi Air Quality Improvement Project
Main objectives and outputs: The project has a Loan and Technical Assistance component. 1. The Loan component has the following objective/s: Finance measures to solve the air pollution problems in three cities (Taiyuan, Datong, and Yangquan) of the Shanxi Province by: • Replacing old, small, inefficient polluting boilers and domestic stoves with modern efficient heating systems filled with pollution control devices; • Substitution of town gas for coal burning by end users; • Reduction of greenhouse gas emissions by recovering and utilizing coalbed methane gas to replace coal burning by end users; 2. The Technical Assistance component on the other hand will assist the Shanxi Provincial Government in developing an air pollution permit trading system and modify the existing pollution levy system by: • Supporting market-oriented reforms • Strengthening environmental protection agencies in the areas of sustainable environmental management and enforcement of national standards • Building capacity for improved air quality management Total budget: $183,000,000.00 Project components Policy and strategies devt. Capacity building Equipment support Areas of focus AQ monitoring Ambient AQ monitoring Indoor air pollution Stationary sources Monitoring for stationary sources Policies for stationary sources

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Funding sources: 1. ADB $102,000,000 (Loan) 2. Domestic Borrowing $81,000,000 (Loan) 3. Government of Japan $900,000 (TA) Funding type: Loan. Grant/TA. Status of project: Started December 1999, Completed December 2003 Regions covered: East Asia. Countries covered: China Cities/provinces covered: Shanxi Province Implementing agencies: Shanxi Provincial Government Main contact person: Asian Development Bank (ADB) Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Country/City 1: People’s Republic of China Main Responsible Organization: Shanxi Provincial Government

Proponent: Asian Development Bank (ADB) Project title: Waste Coal Utilization Study
Main objectives and outputs: The TA’s objective is to help the GSP mitigate the environmental impact of waste coal and conserve energy by assessing waste coal utilization options and developing a waste coal utilization strategy and action plan. The TA will also develop a framework for medium- and longterm cooperation between the GSP and ADB for sustainable energy development. The TA will: 1. Examine key issues related to waste coal utilization and propose measures to address them 2. Assess impacts of waste coal utilization, including social and environmental aspects and sustainable economic development 3. Identify and remove barriers to private sector participation in waste coal utilization, and develop a policy and regulatory framework to facilitate such participation 4. Assess selected pilot waste coal utilization projects 5. Conduct an international seminar 6. Carry out a field study 7. Develop a waste coal utilization strategy and related investment programs 8. Conduct a consultation workshop with the main stakeholders Total budget: $560,000.00 Funding sources: 1. ADB ($400,000) 2. GIMAR counterpart financing ($160,000) Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Started September 2004, On-going Regions covered: East Asia. Countries covered: China Cities/provinces covered: Shanxi Province Implementing agencies: Government of Shanxi Province (GSP) Main contact person: B. Q. Lin Principal Economist (Energy) Asian Development Bank (ADB) (632) 632-6461 bqlin@adb.org Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Country/City 1: Shanxi Province Main Responsible Organization: Government of Shanxi Province (GSP) Stationary sources Monitoring for stationary sources Policies for stationary sources Project components Policy and strategies devt. Capacity building Areas of focus

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Proponent: Asian Development Bank (ADB) Project title: Xi'an Urban Transport Project
Main objectives and outputs: 1. The general objective of the project is to promote economic growth in Xi’an municipality by relieving transport infrastructure bottlenecks. 2. The project will help develop an efficient, safe, and environmentally sustainable urban transport system by strengthening institutional capacity through improved coordination among municipal government agencies, improving traffic management and safety, improving vehicle emission control and increasing the capacity of urban roads. 3. The urban transport improvement component includes the development of an Area Traffic Control center, an urban transport model with a bus priority corridor scheme, a road strategy and safety audit, the construction of additional CNG filling stations, a mobile emission inspection system and the formulation of an action plan for air quality management and vehicle emissions control. Total budget: $762,000,000.00 Funding sources: 1. ADB 2. Xian Government (has a budget of US$34.9 million) Funding type: Loan. Grant/TA. Status of project: Started November 2003, to be Completed December 2007 Regions covered: East Asia. Countries covered: China Cities/provinces covered: Xi’an Implementing agencies: Xi’an Municipal Government Main contact person: Makoto Ojiro Principal Project Economist Asian Development Bank (ADB) (632) 632-6259 mojiro@adb.org Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Country/City 1: Main Responsible Organization: Xi’an Municipal Urban and Rural Construction Commission (XMURCC), Xian Municipal Government Project components Policy and strategies devt. Data gathering and analysis Awareness raising Capacity building Equipment support Areas of focus AQ monitoring Roadside AQ monitoring Mobile sources Public transport Bus transport Non-motorized transport Inspection and maintenance Fuels CNG/LPG Road infrastructure Transport planning

Proponent: Asian Regional Research Program on Environmental Technology (AIRPET) Project title: AIRPET project on Improving Air Quality in Beijing, China
Main objectives and outputs: The AIRPET project described here (2001-December 2003) addressed some of the important air pollution issues in China¡¯s capital Beijing. These include air particulate sampling and analysis, source apportionment, control technology for diesel exhausts and policy recommendations. (1) Aerosol samples for PM2.5 and PM10 were collected in 20012003 in Beijing. The samples have been analyzed by techniques including ICP, IC and modified OC/EC. A revised database of all analytical results obtained in this project has been established on the 24-hr average basis. Results of data quality control and experimental uncertainties were reported. A database on routine air quality, meteorological Project components Policy and strategies devt. Data gathering and analysis Awareness raising Areas of focus AQ monitoring

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data, and other statistical information has been compiled and updated. (2) The modeling team has performed computation with PMF and CMB8 software. Source apportionment results derived from both models indicate that the major contributors of PM2.5 and PM10 are: fugitive dust, fossil fuel combustion, ve hicle exhausts, secondary particulate, biomass burning and some minor industrial sources. In short, we have identified both regional common problems, such as vehicular emissions, particulate of secondary origin and biomass burning, as well as country-specific problems, such as sand storms and fugitive dust that should be addressed to for effective air quality control. (3) The control team mainly focuses on evaluation of oxidation catalyst and catalytic filters for soot and NOx removal from diesel exhausts in both bench-scale and engine tests. Besides, the performance of fuel additive has been evaluated too. Total budget: Funding sources: Not Specified Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Regions covered: East Asia. Countries covered: China Cities/provinces covered: Beijing Implementing agencies: Research Center for Eco-Environmental Sciences Main contact person: Ya-Hui Zhuang Professor Asian Regional Research Program on Environmental Technology (AIRPET) (+86-10)6292 3564 (+86-10)6292 3563 zhuangyh@fescomail.net Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Not Specified Ambient AQ monitoring Emissions inventory Stationary sources Monitoring for stationary sources

Proponent: Centric Austria International - Austria; Cork Institute of Technology: CTC - Clean Technology Centre - Ireland Project title: Asia pro Eco - CO2 Managers for the Industry in the People's Republic of China
Main objectives and outputs: Strengthen the dialogue between EU and China concerning CO2 and climate change The project addresses the need to manage CO2 emissions in the industry as main source of anthropogen CO2 emissions in China. 1. Inception phase- Inception of the project through pre-meetings in Europe and in China and the installation of a project web site and the final selection of about 25 Chinese experts to be trained; 2. Main implementation phase- Implementation of four blocs of training & seminar activities in China and in Europe, completed with seminar work papers and individual review sessions and a mission to Europe; 3. Final phase- Wrap in the project outcome during a final seminar and review session in China, editing a guideline and performance of a final conference in China Total budget: € 212.945,04 Funding sources: European Commission Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: started 2005 (duration 24 mos) Regions covered: East Asia. Countries covered: China Cities/provinces covered: Implementing agencies: Cork Institute of Technology - Clean Technology Center, China Energy Research Society Project components Policy and strategies devt. Areas of focus Stationary sources Policies for stationary sources CO2 Management

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Main contact person: Mr. Gerhard WEIHS Centric Austria International - Austria; Cork Institute of Technology: CTC - Clean Technology Centre - Ireland +43-463-228728 +43-463-228728-15 weihs@centric.at Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable):

Proponent: Centrum für internationale Migration und Entwicklung (CIM) Project title: Integrated Expert for bio gas at the Institute of Process Engineering, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Multi Phase Reaction Laboratory
Main objectives and outputs: 1. Selected results (already finished and under development): - Overall result: Development of new heating and cooking units are much more customer orientated and additional fuel resources (biomass) are taken into consideration. - Customer (rural areas) orientated development of new heating and cooking units. - Demonstration project for combined boiler-solar system in Houcheng village school. - Test and demonstration plant for combined boiler-solar-heatreservoir system at the IPE under construction (state of the art in Europe). - Development of a pellet stove (pellets production based on agricultural and woodprocessing residues). By establishing such a system with the low-emission technology of the IPE new income sources as well as improved livelihood of farmers could be generated (the Chinese Government will support the usage of pellets up to 50 million tons per year till 2020, but right now only big power plants and district heating units could use this source of renewable fuels because of a lack of appropriate conversion technologies in small scale). 2. Obstacles and framework conditions: - The Chinese energy sector is absolutely coal dominated (around 70%). Only by exploring the national coal resources this orientation on coal could be continued for more than 100 years even under consideration of the current economy growth. Among others it is now very difficult to implement new sources of fuel as long as the underdeveloped renewable energy market can not offer adequate conversion technologies with higher efficiency and clean combustion technologies which can compete with the traditionally used stoves and boilers. The whole market for using biomass as a substitute for coal must be developed from two sides. On one hand a sustainable fuel supply must be established and on the other side a reliable conversion technology must be available. The Chinese Government is aware of this situation and with regard to the aim of realizing the political target of 18.5% biomass share in the renewable energy share of 16% of the total national energy consumption in 2020 within the next years we can expect several national strategies. 3. Further cooperation needs and potential: - The potential of using the network, the direct contact to local companies, organisations and institutes of the IF´s could be implemented in a more efficient way in the daily work of all representative organizations of Germany (GTZ, KfW, DEG, INWENT, AHK, etc.). Total budget: Funding sources: Germany Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Regions covered: East Asia. Countries covered: China Cities/provinces covered: Beijing Implementing agencies: CICETE Project components Capacity building Areas of focus Energy sector (co-benefits)

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Main contact person: Martin Dilger Integrated CIM-Expert renewable energies Centrum für internationale Migration und Entwicklung (CIM) 086 (0)10 62650558 086 (0)10 62558065 md_china@yahoo.de Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable):

Proponent: Centrum für internationale Migration und Entwicklung (CIM) Project title: Integrated Expert, Manager of the Technical Department with Shandong Linuo Paradigma co. Ltd., solar energy
Main objectives and outputs: Not available Total budget: Funding sources: Germany Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Regions covered: East Asia. Countries covered: China Cities/provinces covered: Jinan Implementing agencies: CICETE Main contact person: Robert Haas Centrum für internationale Migration und Entwicklung (CIM) wz-1@peki.auswaertiges-amt.de Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Project components Capacity building Areas of focus Energy sector (co-benefits)

Proponent: Centrum für internationale Migration und Entwicklung (CIM) Project title: Integrated experts at Institute of Energy and Environmental Protection (IEEP) at Chinese Academy of Agricultural Engineering (CAAE)
Main objectives and outputs: CAAE/IEEP has broaden the national and international network in the field of bioenergy (biofuel, biogas, biomass) and sustainable sanitation: (a) Cooperation agreement signed with: (1) German Association for Sustainable Biogas & Bioenergy Utilization, 2005 (2) Workshop for Appropriate Sustainable Technology (WASTE), Netherlands, 2005 (3) World Toilet Organization (WTO) Singapore, 2006 (4) British-South African D1 biodiesel company to explore jatropha potential on farm scale signed in 2006 (b) Cooperation agreement signed between HongYuan Energy Environmental Company Ltd and UmweltProjektManagement GmbH, Munich, 2006 (c) Presenter in international biofuel conferences in Beijing, Dehli and Bangkok on behalf of GTZ and World Renewable Energy Board, 2005 & 2006 (d) Consulting partner of GTZ in 2 Chinese bioenergy related studies in 2005 & 2006 (e) International Seminar on Biogas Technology for Poverty Reduction and Sustainable Development, supported by UN-Asia and Pacific Center for Agriculture Engineering and Project components Policy and strategies devt. Capacity building Areas of focus Energy sector (co-benefits)

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Machinery, UN-Economic and Social Commission for Asia and Pacific, Chinese Ministry of Agriculture, 2005 International cooperation projects in China in the field of bioenergy and ecological sanitation are increased by 1 each year, especially with German public and private agencies and companies: (a) EU-Asia ProEco project on landfill biogas and CDM, 2004 – 2006 (b) Chinese School sanitation & renewable energy project developed with World Toilet Organization, Lien Foundation Singapore and Chinese Association for Poverty Alleviation and Development (CAPAD), 2006 (c) Backstopping activities for supra regional GTZ ecosan project in China, ongoing since 2004 Advanced technology know-how in bioenergy and eco-sanitation is available for the work of IEEP: (a) Study Tour on bioenergy in Europe carried out with colleagues in 2006 (b) Training and study tours on modern biogas technology with Chinese Association of Rural Energy Industry in 2004 – 2006 (c) Pilot & demonstration projects of MoA with German biogas technology component, ongoing since 2004 The direct involved CAAE/IEEP staffs are able to manage efficiently cooperation projects in and with China: (a) Promoting IEEP staff to participate in national and international consultancy work (2005: Philippines, Malaysia; 2006: Vietnam) (b) Promotion of Sino-German business cooperation in the field of biogas, ongoing market study on behalf of German Industry & Commerce, 2006 (c) Generating additional institutional income through consultancy work for private and public partners (China, Algeria, EU) (d) Integrating of CDM tools Total budget: Funding sources: Germany Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Regions covered: East Asia. Countries covered: China Cities/provinces covered: Beijing Implementing agencies: CICETE Main contact person: Heinz-Peter MANG Centrum für internationale Migration und Entwicklung (CIM) +86-139 1050 1204 +86-6592 9549 mang@ieep.net Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable):

Proponent: Danida, MFA Project title: Capacity development and project preparation for CDM
Main objectives and outputs: Total budget: € 1 million Funding sources: Denmark Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Regions covered: East Asia. Countries covered: China Cities/provinces covered: Beijing, project sites Implementing agencies: Main contact person: Danida, MFA Project components Policy and strategies devt. Capacity building Areas of focus

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albwel@um.dk Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable):

Proponent: Department for International Development (DFID) Project title: Alternative Energy supply for Rural Poor in Remote Areas
Main objectives and outputs: Total budget: € 0.55 million Funding sources: DFID Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Regions covered: East Asia. Countries covered: Mongolia Cities/provinces covered: Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region Implementing agencies: Asian Development Bank / Govt. of Iner Mongolia Autonomous Region Main contact person: John Warburton Department for International Development (DFID) J-warburton@dfid.gov.uk Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Project components

Areas of focus Alternative Energy

Proponent: Department for International Development (DFID) Project title: GEF energy efficiency project - establishment of Energy Management Company Association and Energy Management Companies
Main objectives and outputs: Total budget: € 3.2 million Funding sources: DFID Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Regions covered: East Asia. Countries covered: China Cities/provinces covered: China Implementing agencies: Main contact person: John Warburton Senior Environment Adviser Department for International Development (DFID) 86 10 8529 6882 ext. 2024 86 10 8529 6002 j-warburton@dfid.gov.uk Project components Policy and strategies devt. Areas of focus Energy sector (co-benefits)

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Proponent: Department for International Development / Department of Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (DFID / DEFRA) Project title: Impacts of Climate Change on Chinese Agriculture: Phase II, Integrated Assessment of Impacts and options for adaptation
Main objectives and outputs: Total budget: € 0.9 million Funding sources: DFID Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Regions covered: East Asia. Countries covered: China Cities/provinces covered: China and Ningxia Province Implementing agencies: MOST Main contact person: John warburton Department for International Development / Department of Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (DFID / DEFRA) J-warburton@dfid.gov.uk Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Project components Data gathering and analysis Areas of focus Impacts of Climate Change on Agriculture

Proponent: EC Delegation Project title: Energy and Environment Programme
Main objectives and outputs: The overall programme objectives are improved environmental quality and health conditions within the following strategic orientations: Foster co-operation between Chinese and EU industries in China’s energy markets. To strengthen the security of energy supply in both Asia (China) and Europe. To protect the global environment, in line with international objectives in that sense (in particular in the context of climate change), and to ensure sustainable use of energy. The project will undertake three different types of activities:(i) Policy advice to central and local authorities; (ii) Awareness and capacity building (training);(iii) Introduction of new technologies through feasibility studies and demonstration projects.The EEP is conceptually represented by four components (groups of activities) according to the specific topics tackled:1. Cross sector energy policy development (CSPD)2. Energy efficiency (EE)3. Renewable energy (RE)4. Natural gas (NG) Total budget: € 20 million (EU) + 22.9 million (PRC) Funding sources: European Commission Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: 2003-2008 Regions covered: East Asia. Countries covered: China Cities/provinces covered: Beijing Implementing agencies: National Development and Reform Commission/Energy Project components Policy and strategies devt. Awareness raising Capacity building Areas of focus Stationary sources Policies for stationary sources

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Research Institute, China National Petroleum Cooperation and Ministry of Science and Technology Main contact person: Stefan Agne EC Delegation Stefan.Agne@cec.eu.int Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): EU Delegation contact: Ms. CHEN Min min.chen@cec.eu.int Project contact: Mr. Sven Ernedal 512, Tower A, China International Science & Technology Convention Centre12, Yumin Road, Chaoyang District, Beijing 100029 Tel: +86 10 8225 1940 Fax: +86 10 8225 1941 Website : www.eep.org

Proponent: EMBARQ - The WRI Center for Transport and the Environment Project title: Shanghai Sustainable Transport Partnership (SSTP)
Main objectives and outputs: The Shanghai Sustainable Transport Partnership (SSTP), outlined in a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the Shanghai Municipal People’s Government Construction and Management Commission, is an agreement to create a set of sustainable transport indicators and to design an innovative mass transit system. The goal is to enhance the city’s ability to alleviate traffic congestion and air pollution. Another goal of this partnership is the creation of a public-private partnership to develop a flexible, integrated transportation system for Shanghai. EMBARQ, the WRI Center for Transport and the Environment, will undertake the immediate tasks that include an initial feasibility study for a Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) system, as well as its development and implementation. Another component of this partnership is the development of a set of transport indicators that will allow the city to manage its growth efficiently and effectively. The transport indicators included in this project are emissions and congestion indicators, and are expected to be used as tools for sustainable transport policies. Total budget: $1,440,000.00 Funding sources: 1. Shell Foundation 2. Energy Foundation 3. Government of Shanghai Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Started 2003, to be Completed December 2005 Regions covered: East Asia. Countries covered: China Cities/provinces covered: Shanghai Implementing agencies: Shanghai Municipal People’s Government Main contact person: Lee Schipper Director of Research EMBARQ - The WRI Center for Transport and the Environment (202) 729 7735 (202) 729 7775 schipper@wri.org Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Country/City 1: China/Shanghai Main Responsible Organization: Shanghai Municipal People’s Government Construction and Management Commission Project components Policy and strategies devt. Data gathering and analysis Awareness raising Capacity building Areas of focus AQ monitoring Emissions inventory Mobile sources Public transport

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Contact Person: HUANG Jianzhi Job Title: Deputy Director

Proponent: Energy Foundation (EF) Project title: Energy Efficiency Program
Main objectives and outputs: 1. Encourage China to adopt policies that maximize energy efficiency and renewable energy in the power sector. 2. Encourage a shift in China’s generation investments away from coal-fired power plants and toward cleaner generation, particularly demand-side energy savings, by emphasizing strong air emissions and energy efficiency regulations for power plants. Total budget: $842,000.00 Funding sources: US private foundation Funding type: Status of project: Started 2000, On-going Regions covered: East Asia. Countries covered: China Cities/provinces covered: Implementing agencies: NDRC / SERC / SEPA Main contact person: Wang Wanxing Program Officer Energy Foundation (EF) 8526-2422 6525-3764 wxwang@efchina.org Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Not Specified Project components Policy and strategies devt. Areas of focus Stationary sources Policies for stationary sources

Proponent: Energy Foundation (EF) Project title: Energy Efficiency through Appliance Energy Efficiency Standards
Main objectives and outputs: 1. To promote building energy efficiency through appliance energy efficiency standards and building codes. 2. To develop industrial energy efficiency policies that decrease energy consumption in key energy-consuming enterprises. Total budget: $1,229,000.00 Funding sources: EF Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Regions covered: East Asia. Countries covered: China Cities/provinces covered: Implementing agencies: National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC) Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection, and Quarantine (AQSIQ) Ministry of Construction Project components Policy and strategies devt. Areas of focus Stationary sources Policies for stationary sources

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Ministry of Finance Main contact person: ZHANG Ruiying Program Officer Energy Foundation (EF) 8526-2422 6525-3764 zhangry@efchina.org Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Not Specified

Proponent: Energy Foundation (EF) Project title: Renewable Energy Program
Main objectives and outputs: Encourage the development and implementation of new renewable energy policies that establish aggressive targets for national and provincial renewable energy deployment, including renewable portfolio standards, public benefits charges, incentives for distributed generation technologies, and renewable energy pricing regulations. Total budget: $545,000.00 Funding sources: US private foundation Funding type: Status of project: Started 2000, On-going Regions covered: South Asia. East Asia. Countries covered: China Cities/provinces covered: Implementing agencies: NDRC and local DRCs Main contact person: Wang Wanxing Program Officer Energy Foundation (EF) +8526-2422 +6525-3764 wxwang@efchina.org Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Not Specified Project components Policy and strategies devt. Areas of focus Renewable Energy

Proponent: Energy Foundation (EF) Project title: Sustainable Energy Futures
Main objectives and outputs: Policy options to encourage China’s development of ―sustainable energy futures‖ scenarios and the measures necessary to achieve them. Encourage china’s state council to issue energy efficiency and renewable energy policy directives to central, provincial, and local governmental entities in order to expedite policy development and implementation in all program areas. Total budget: $650,000.00 Funding sources: The energy foundation Funding type: Grant/TA. Project components Policy and strategies devt. Areas of focus : Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy

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Status of project: Started 1999 On-going Regions covered: East Asia. Countries covered: China Cities/provinces covered: Implementing agencies: Development Research Center of the state council Ministry of finance National development and reform commission Main contact person: Hu Min Program associate Energy Foundation (EF) 86-10-85262422 86-10-65253764 humin@efchina.org Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Not Specified

Proponent: Energy Foundation (EF) Project title: Sustainable Transportation Program, The Energy Foundation
Main objectives and outputs: 1. Introduce advanced, electric-drive technology vehicles into China’s fleet in significant, and increasing, volumes. 2. Increase the efficiency and reduce the emissions of conventional technology vehicles. 3. Promote sustainable transportation systems, especially Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) systems. Total budget: $3,000,000.00 Funding sources: The Energy Foundation Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Regions covered: East Asia. Countries covered: China Cities/provinces covered: Beijing, Shanghai, Tianjin, Chengdu, Chongqing, Jinan, Shenzhen, Kunming, Xian, etc. Implementing agencies: MOC, SEPA, NDRC, SAC, MOST, Municipal Government, etc. Main contact person: HE Dongquan Transportation Program Officer Energy Foundation (EF) 86-10-85262422 86-10-65253764 dqhe@efchina.org Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Not Specified Project components Policy and strategies devt. Data gathering and analysis Awareness raising Capacity building Areas of focus AQ monitoring Emissions inventory Source apportionment Mobile sources Public transport Fuels Gasoline Diesel Biofuels Transport planning Transport sector (co-benefits)

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Proponent: Energy Research Institute (ERI) Project title: Clean Energy Future of Beijing
Main objectives and outputs: This project aimed to provide future energy demand and supply analysis for Beijing up to 2020, by thinking about key factors including economic development, industrial structure change, technology development, Olympic Game in 2008, environment development, energy supply pattern etc.. Output from this project including energy demand and supply analysis report, policy recommendation, workshops with policy makers. This project already supported policy decision making on Beijing’s energy, urban transport . Total budget: $72,494.41 Funding sources: Government budget Funding type: Status of project: 2004 Regions covered: East Asia. Countries covered: China Cities/provinces covered: Beijing Implementing agencies: Beijing Science and Technology Commission Main contact person: Jiang Kejun Director Energy Research Institute (ERI) 86-10-63908576 86-10-63908568 kjiang@eri.org.cn Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Beijing Main Responsible Organization: Energy Research Institute Contact Person: Jiang Kejun Job Title: Division Director Tel No. 010-63908576 Fax No. 010-63908568 Email: kjiang@eri.org.cn Website of Organization: www.eri.org.cn Project components Policy and strategies devt. Data gathering and analysis Areas of focus AQ monitoring Roadside AQ monitoring Emissions inventory Source apportionment Mobile sources Stationary sources Monitoring for stationary sources

Proponent: Energy Research Institute (ERI) Project title: Energy Efficiency of Urban Transportation
Main objectives and outputs: The study analyzed future trend of urban transport demand, technology options, policy options to mitigation of GHG and other harmful emissions from energy use in urban transport system of various cities(super-large city, large city, medium and small city) in China, by reviewing good practices in other countries and cities. Major objective of this project is to improve environment effect by an integrated designed urban transport system. Major results include energy demand related to urban transport by mode, vehicle type and fuel type, energy efficiency improvement of urban transport system and mitigation of environmental emissions, and policy options to energy efficiency improvement of urban Project components Data gathering and analysis Areas of focus AQ monitoring Roadside AQ monitoring Emissions inventory

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transport system. Output for this project includes research reports, workshops with policy makers, outreach workshops. Total budget: $200,000.00 Funding sources: 1. SIDA 2. IGES 3. Beijing Government Funding type: Status of project: 2005 Regions covered: East Asia. Countries covered: China Cities/provinces covered: Beijing, Hang Zhou, Taiyuan, Chongqing, Langfang Implementing agencies: Energy Research Institute Main contact person: Jiang Kejun Director Energy Research Institute (ERI) 86-10-63908576 86-10-63908568 kjiang@eri.org.cn Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Beijing: Main Responsible Organization: Energy Research Institute Contact Person: Jiang Kejun Job Title: Division Director Tel No. 010-63908576 Fax No. 010-63908568 Email: kjiang@eri.org.cn Website of Organization: http://www.eri.org.cn Hangzhou: Main Responsible Organization: Zhejiang Energy Conservation Center Contact Person: Zhu Haiyan Job Title: Deputy Director Tel No. 0537-86355987 Langfang: Main Responsible Organization: Hebei University of Technology Contact Person: Hou Haidong Job Title: Director Source apportionment Mobile sources Gasoline Diesel CNG/LPG Biofuels Stationary sources Monitoring for stationary sources

Proponent: EPUVALEAU, Belgium Project title: Asia pro Eco - Diagnostic on the commercial use of biogas recovered from the landfill in Mianyang
Main objectives and outputs: The project will conduct a diagnostic of the commercial use of biogas recovered from the landfill in Mianyang and disseminate the results of the diagnostic to other cities in China with similar needs. - to assess the commercial feasibility of bio-gas recovery from the Mianyang landfill; Project components Data gathering and analysis Areas of focus

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- to improve the air quality in Minayang and China - to reduce the cost of solid waste management in Minayang and in China - to increase China's awareness of EU biogas recovery technology. Total budget: € 0.5 million Funding sources: European Commission Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Started 2004 (18 mos duration) Regions covered: East Asia. Countries covered: China Cities/provinces covered: Miyanyang Implementing agencies: Environmental Sanitation Bureau (ESB) of Minanyang: German Society for sustainable Biogas and bio energy Utilisation (GERBIO), Germany Main contact person: Dimitri Xanthoulis EPUVALEAU, Belgium + 32 81 62 21 86 + 32 81 62 21 95 xathoulis.d@fsagx.ac.be Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Stationary sources Policies for stationary sources Biofuels for Energy

Proponent: French Development Agency (AFD) Project title: Energy efficiency on the Luoyang-Zhangjiajie railway development
Main objectives and outputs: Electrification of 925 km of existing track railway line running through the provinces of Henan, Hubei and Hunan. The project aims to improve the energy efficiency of the railway line, through the construction of 19 electricity sub-stations and the purchase of electric traction rolling stock. The electrification of the line will also increase the speed of the trains and so increase the commercial capacity of the line. Compared to the equivalent diesel power output, electric traction has the advantage of reducing the energy consumption by 40%, or 500,000 tons less of CO2 emmissions into the atmosphere per annum. The electric traction rolling stock should be brought into service during 2008. Total budget: € 560 million Funding sources: France Funding type: Loan. Status of project: Regions covered: East Asia. Countries covered: China Cities/provinces covered: Henan, Hubei and Hunan Implementing agencies: Ministry of Railway of China Main contact person: Richard Olivier Representative, Beijing Office, French Development Agency French Development Agency (AFD) 00 86 10 84 51 12 00 00 86 10 84 51 13 00 richardo@ groupe-afd.org Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Project components Policy and strategies devt. Equipment support Areas of focus Mobile sources Public transport Rail transport Transport sector (co-benefits)

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Proponent: French Development Agency (AFD) Project title: Energy efficiency in construction on a co-generation power station in Wuhan
Main objectives and outputs: Energy consumption in the city of Hankou (part of the Wuhan conurbation, 7,7 million inhabitants) has been increasing rapidly and the city is subject to power shortages. This project should help ease these shortages by supplying cleaner electricity produced from gas instead of coal, as well as considerably improving energy efficiency. A combined cycle cogeneration power station will be built with a production capacity of 220 MW of electricity and 190 t/h of heat. The heating network extending from the power station will cover an area of 5 km2 for the supply of steam and 10 km2 for the supply of hot water. In total the project will help reduce the emission of CO2 by 500,000 tons per annum. Total budget: € 106 million Funding sources: France Funding type: Loan. Status of project: Regions covered: East Asia. Countries covered: China Cities/provinces covered: Hubei : Wuhan Implementing agencies: City of Wuhan (total cost = 152 M euros) Main contact person: Richard Olivier Representative, Beijing Office, French Development Agency French Development Agency (AFD) 00 86 10 84 51 12 00 00 86 10 84 51 13 00 richardo@ groupe-afd.org Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Project components Policy and strategies devt. Equipment support Areas of focus

Proponent: French Development Agency (AFD) Project title: Energy efficiency in hydro-power plant project
Main objectives and outputs: This loan will cover the construction of a small hydropower project in Wuxi (Chongqing Municipality). Electricity in the Chongqing Municipality (31 million inhabitants) is mainly produced from coal power plants that emit large quantities of greenhouse gasses. The province is subject to power cuts and only 6% of its total hydroelectric potential is exploited. The project should contribute to the increase in electricity production from renewable resources and the generation of profits for the country while creating 250 permanent jobs. The project foresees the construction of six small hydroelectric plants along waterways. These will be connected to two main dams, of 60 and 80 metres, and four regulating dams. In total the plants will supply 60 MW of electricity, generating 225 GWh annually. This project will help reduce the emission of CO2 by 200,000 tons per annum. Total budget: € 40 million Funding sources: France Funding type: Loan. Status of project: Regions covered: East Asia. Countries covered: China Cities/provinces covered: Chongqing Implementing agencies: Chongqing, District of Wuxi (total cost = 40 M euros) Project components Equipment support Areas of focus Stationary sources Monitoring for stationary sources Policies for stationary sources

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Representative, Beijing Office, French Development Agency French Development Agency (AFD) 00 86 10 84 51 12 00 00 86 10 84 51 13 00 richardo@ groupe-afd.org Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable):

Proponent: French Embassy Project title: Reduction of Coalmine Methane Emissions and Generation of Carbon Credits (MDP)
Main objectives and outputs: Total budget: Funding sources: France Funding type: Loan. Status of project: Regions covered: East Asia. Countries covered: China Cities/provinces covered: national level Implementing agencies: Hebi Coal Mine Group, Yima Coal Mine Group, Zhengzhou Coal Mine Group Main contact person: French Embassy claude.foulon@missioneco.org Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Project components Policy and strategies devt. Areas of focus Stationary sources Policies for stationary sources

Proponent: German Agency for Technical Cooperation (GTZ) Project title: China Wind Power Research and Training Project - CWPC
Main objectives and outputs: The project has the objective to improve the professional and technical capacity of public and private institutions for nationwide grid-connected wind power utilization in China. It will focus on providing diversified services to the wind energy sector in China and policy consultancy to the Chinese government on formulating regulations to promote a sustainanble development in renewable energy. The project focuses on the following activities: 1. Capacity Building - Engineering Training - In this field training leading to the capability to perform independent wind power consulting work is provided. It includes: a) Wind resource assessment, turbine selection, micro siting & site optimization; b) wind farm internal grid design and regional design to minimize wind impact on grid; c) Maintenance and Operation (M&O) of wind farms; d) Financing and risk management of wind farms; e) Environmental impact evaluation of wind farms, including noise, shadow, birds, visibility, etc.; f) Technical and economic feasibility studies of wind farms - Technician Training - The training of Wind Power Service Technicians for wind farm operators and wind power industry will be undertaken at a vocational training center with nationwide importance. It will impart the theoretical knowledge and practical skills in wind turbine servicing and operation. This center will be set up in the China Electricity Council Training Base in SuZhou. Project components Policy and strategies devt. Capacity building Areas of focus Renewable Energy

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2. Technical Improvements - Intorduce wind power testing and certification system with the following elements: - Independent wind power laboratory operated according to the MEASNET & IEC quality accreditation system - Service for certified Power Performance & Power Quality testing of wind turbines according to IEC 61400 - Wind farm power quality testing service according to SGCC & CEC guidelines - Cooperation to enable MEASNET/IEC noise measurements and anemometer calibrations The project will intorduce advanced wind power technology in the form of pilot application for concrete cases, in particular: a) Remote technical management system for wind farms with turbines of mixed types and suppliers (as a monitoring and management aid); b) Wind turbine condition monitoring systems and mobile vibration measurement; c) Software tools for grid connection & system design of wind farms; d) System design for large-scale wind farms & optimization 3. Dissemination of Information - a) An on-line Internet Information Facility (Helpdesk) providing Chinese language access to a database holding important national and international reference information on wind farm design and operation as well as direct help on specific questions via experts from Europe; b) Conferences and Seminars on wind power topics; c) Annual status reports on wind power in China Total budget: Funding sources: Germany Funding type: Status of project: For a duration of 5 years Launched in April 2005 Regions covered: East Asia. Countries covered: China Cities/provinces covered: Implementing agencies: China LongYuan Power Group (CLYPG) and The Deutsche Gesellschaft fürTechnische Zusammenarbeit (GTZ) Main contact person: Wolfgang Koster Third Secretary German Agency for Technical Cooperation (GTZ) (0086-10) 85329309 (0086-10) 65325335 wz-12@peki.auswaertiges-amt.de Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable):

Proponent: German Agency for Technical Cooperation (GTZ) Project title: Education and Research Centre for Wind Energy
Main objectives and outputs: Total budget: € 5.11 million Funding sources: Germany Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Regions covered: East Asia. Countries covered: China Cities/provinces covered: Beijing Implementing agencies: MOFCOM/ State Grid, China Guodian, CLYEPG and CEPR Main contact person: Robert Haas German Agency for Technical Cooperation (GTZ) wz-1@peki.auswaertiges-amt.de Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Project components Policy and strategies devt. Data gathering and analysis Capacity building Areas of focus Renewable Energy

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Proponent: German Agency for Technical Cooperation (GTZ) Project title: Energy Efficiency and Modernization of Electricity Distribution
Main objectives and outputs: Component 1 aims at reducing energy losses and improving power supply security by implementation of modern technologies for planning, operation and maintenance of electric power distribution networks. Component 2 aims at improving energy efficiency of industries by using electric motor testing equipment Total budget: € 5 million Funding sources: Germany Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Planned for 2 phases with a total duration of 6 yrs Phase 1 began in Nov. 1999 Regions covered: East Asia. Countries covered: China Cities/provinces covered: Beijing, Hebei Implementing agencies: State Power Corporation of China (SP), Handan Power Supply Corporation, Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI) Main contact person: Wolfgang Koster Third Secretary German Agency for Technical Cooperation (GTZ) (0086-10) 85329309 (0086-10) 65325335 wz-12@peki.auswaertiges-amt.de Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Project components Policy and strategies devt. Equipment support Areas of focus Energy Efficiency

Proponent: German Agency for Technical Cooperation (GTZ) Project title: Energy Efficiency in Existing Buildings
Main objectives and outputs: To introduce advanced enerygy efficiency solutions and ideas from Germany through demonstration projects, to explore concepts, technologies and financing modes suitable for the energy efficiency in existing buildings in Northern China based on the actual situations, to drive domestic heating system reform, and to promote Sino-German cooperation on BEE products and industry. This project should make contributions to the overall improvement of living conditions, the reduction of energy consumption of buildings, the saving of energy resources and the mitigation of environment pollution and greenhouse gas emission. The Project EEEB has five main working areas: 1. Policy consultation and standard establishment - Consultation on China building energy efficiency policy and management regulation - Collect and arrange correlative policies and laws of Germany building energy efficiency - Collect and arrange of financing mode and motivation policy - Research and promote China heating innovation - Improvement and revision of correlative standard for energy efficiency retrofitting in China existing building Project components Policy and strategies devt. Data gathering and analysis Capacity building Areas of focus Stationary sources Policies for stationary sources Energy Efficiency

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2. Pilot City/ project - The pilot buildings of the energy efficiency in existing buildings in Tangshan are in Hebei No. 1 Quarter - Improvement of test and measurement for building energy efficiency - Demonstrate and compare the involved technology and measure of energy efficiency retrofitting in existing building - Expplore the payment programme by heat quantity in heating innovation - Introduce the design concept and construction method and quantity control system of Germany existing building retrofitting - Resident's participation in retrofitting project 3. Introduce and inversion of technology - Basic conditions survey and analysis of existing building - Test the model project in Tangshan comprehensively and evaluate the effectiveness of retrofitting measure - Build up and improve the evaluation system of building energy efficiency - Explore the method of encourage building energy efficiency through "energy passport" 4. Industry cooperation - Investigate and analyze the system of energy efficiency products used in China public and civil buildings - Inspection of the existing conditioning of building energy-efficiency product in domestic market, including production capacity and applying results - Survey the representative public and civil buildings in Germany, understand the correlative production system - Put forward the suggestion for industry cooperation and set up the production catalogue and database 5. Knowledge Management - Set up an information platform of builfing energy efficiency based on the internet - Publish all kinds of energy-efficiency handbooks and assembly - Organize seminars and workshops to disseminate the knowledge and experiences on BEE Total budget: € 5 million Funding sources: Germany Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Implemented for 5 years officially initiated in Nov. 2005 Regions covered: East Asia. Countries covered: China Cities/provinces covered: countrywide Implementing agencies: Department of Science and Technology (DoST), Ministry of Construction (MoC) and Deutsche Gesellschaft fur Technische Zusammenarbeit (GTZ) Main contact person: Wolfgang Koster Third Secretary German Agency for Technical Cooperation (GTZ) (0086-10) 85329309 (0086-10) 65325335 wz-12@peki.auswaertiges-amt.de Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable):

Proponent: German Agency for Technical Cooperation (GTZ) Project title: Environmental Protection in the Energy Industry
Main objectives and outputs: The program consists of five components: Policy advise in the field of environmental protection for coal- and power plant sector Cleaner Production in coal-fired power plants Process optimization in coal-fired power plants Project components Policy and strategies devt. Areas of focus

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Water management in coal-fired power plants Extinguishing of coal-seam fires Stationary sources Policies for stationary sources

The overall objective of this program is: The environment friendly use of the resources coal and water in the examined power plants and the protection of the resource coal in its natural deposits are improved. The objectives of the five components are: The Energy Bureau of the National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC) works out better drafts (bills) for the discussion with political decision makers and legislative organs in the energy sector. The consultation tools of the China Electricity Council (CEC) regarding Cleaner Production are improved. The technical processes in the examined coal-fired power plants are optimized. The water consumption at coal-fired power plant sites is reduced. Coal-seam fires are extinguished faster and more efficiently. Total budget: € 6 million Funding sources: Germany Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Regions covered: East Asia. Countries covered: China Cities/provinces covered: countrywide Implementing agencies: MOFCOM/NDRC,SACMS,TPRI Main contact person: Zhang Shecan Programme Manager German Agency for Technical Cooperation (GTZ) (++86) 10 853 23485 ext. 23 (++86) 10 853 23481 shecan.zhang@gtz.de Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable):

Proponent: German Agency for Technical Cooperation (GTZ) Project title: Renewable energies, Rural Development and Qualification in Tibet
Main objectives and outputs: The program is aiming at improving the living and working conditions of the rural population in Tibet AR by providing appropriate techniques of irrigation, improving electricty supply by rehabilitation of small-scale hydro power plants and offering vocational training courses in related subjects such as metal and woodworking and electrical installations. It is intended that the synergy effect of those three components will contribute to the increased overall productivity of soil and manpower in the project areas in a sustainable and environmentally sound manner. Profitable and permanent job opportunities will be created in irrigation, farming and handicraft as well as in the operation and maintenance of the small hydropower plants to be rehabilitated. Total budget: € 4 million Funding sources: Germany Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: The program is planned for a duration of 5 years started in March 2001 Regions covered: East Asia. Countries covered: China Cities/provinces covered: Tibet Implementing agencies: Water Management Authority and the Education Authority of the Autonomous Region of Tibet Main contact person: Wolfgang Koster Project components Policy and strategies devt. Areas of focus Renewable Energy

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Third Secretary German Agency for Technical Cooperation (GTZ) (0086-10) 85329309 (0086-10) 65325335 wz-12@peki.auswaertiges-amt.de Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable):

Proponent: German Agency for Technical Cooperation (GTZ) Project title: Renewable Energy in Rural Areas
Main objectives and outputs: This program shall contribute to the improvement of the social and economic situation of the population in off-grid rural areas of the four western provinces of China by providing adequate electricity supply by means of renewable sources of energy. Three program components were designed with different levels of intervention: Areas of focus 1. The assistance in capacity building is supporting national and provincial institutions in the formulation of an adequate renewable energy promotion policy. 2. In selected pilot regions of the 4 provinces, appropriate dissemination strategies for renewable energy technologies are being developed and implemented. 3. In order to improve the performance of renewable energy systems, the quality of RE components produced in China will be enhanced by making use of well established testing and standardization procedures, both on national and provincial level Total budget: € 26.2 million Funding sources: Germany Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: duration of 6 years Officially launched in Oct. 2001 Regions covered: East Asia. Countries covered: China Cities/provinces covered: Qinghai, Yunnan, Gansu and Tibet Implementing agencies: National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC) Main contact person: Wolfgang Koster Third Secretary German Agency for Technical Cooperation (GTZ) (0086-10) 85329309 (0086-10) 65325335 wz-12@peki.auswaertiges-amt.de Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Renewable Energy Project components Policy and strategies devt. Data gathering and analysis Capacity building

Proponent: German Agency for Technical Cooperation (GTZ) Project title: Sustainable Urban Transport Planning and Computer-Aided Modeling
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1. To set up a Master Course on ―Sustainable Urban Transport Planning and Computer-Aided Modelling‖ at the Traffic and Transport Department of the Huazhong University of Science and Technology in Wuhan/China. The Study Course will have a strong focus on the application of planning principles and approaches in actual planning procedures. In addition, the Study Course will include the application of modern computerbased planning tools (Visem / Visum / Vissim, provided by the public private partnership partner PTV). The Study Course (and its set up) will be closely linked to practical work in the City of Changzhou (see component 2) 2. To apply the principles and approaches of Sustainable Urban Transport Planning to the specific context and challenges of transport planning in Changzhou. The focus will be on both the development of an urban transport strategy and on the application of a computer-based simulation tool to a district of Changzhou. Total budget: €560.000 Funding sources: 1. GTZ 2. PTV (public private partnership) 3. local contributions Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Ongoing: 2006-2008 Regions covered: East Asia. Countries covered: China Cities/provinces covered: Wuhan and Changzhou Implementing agencies: Huazhong University of Science and Technology (Wuhan); City of Changzhou – Planning and Design Institute (Changzhou); PTV China (private partner of the public private partnership project) Main contact person: Manfred Breithaupt Senior Transport Advisor German Agency for Technical Cooperation (GTZ) + 49 / 6196 / 79 1357 + 49 / 6196 / 79 80 1357 Manfred.Breithaupt@gtz.de Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Country/ City 1: China / Wuhan Main Responsible Organization: Huanzhong University of Science and Technologie, Traffic and Transportation Department Contact Person: Tel No. Fax No. Email: Website of Organization: www.hust.edu.cn/english/academic/depart/traffic/default.htm Country/ City 2: China / Changzhou Main Responsible Organization: City Planning and Design Institute Job Title: Tel No. Fax No. Email: zhangfulin666@tom.com Website of Organization:

Policy and strategies devt. Data gathering and analysis Capacity building Equipment support Areas of focus Mobile sources Public transport Bus transport Non-motorized transport Land use planning Transport planning

Proponent: Health Effects Institute (HEI) Project title: Public Health and Air Pollution in Asia (PAPA)
Main objectives and outputs: 1. Literature review 2. Analyzing and conducting new epidemiologic studies in representative Asian cities on health effects of air pollution 3. Scientific and technical capacity building of Asian investigators Project components Policy and strategies devt. Data gathering and analysis Awareness raising Capacity building

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Total budget: $600,000.00 Funding sources: 300-600 K per year; 1. USAID 2. Hewlett Foundation 3. DFID 4. U.S. Industries Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: 1 to 4 projects On-going Regions covered: South Asia. Southeast Asia. Mekong. East Asia. Countries covered: China Cities/provinces covered: Implementing agencies: Main contact person: Bob O’Keefe Vice President Health Effects Institute (HEI) +1 617 886 9330 +1 617 886 9335 rokeefe@healtheffects.org Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Country/City 1: . Thailand, Bangkok Main Responsible Organization: Thammasat University Contact Person: Nuntavarn Vichit-Vadakan Job Title: Tel No: +66-2-564-2926 Fax No: +66-2-564-4487 Email: nuntavarn@yahoo.com Country/City 2: China, Hong Kong. Main Responsible Organization: The University of Hong Kong Contact Person: Chit-Ming Wong Job Title: Associate Professor Tel No: +85-2-2819-9109 Fax No: +85-2-2855-9528 Email: . hrmrwcm@hkucc.hku.hk Country/City 3: India, Delhi. Main Responsible Organization: The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI) Contact Person: Uma Rajarathnam Job Title: Fellow Tel No: +91-11-2468-2100 Fax No: +91-11-2468-2144 Email: . ruma@teri.res.in Country/City 4: India, Ludhianna Main Responsible Organization: Postgraduate Institute of Medical Education & Research Contact Person: Rajesh Kumar Job Title: Professor and Head Tel No: +91-0172-2744993 Fax No: +91-0172-2744401 Email: . rajeshkum@sancharnet.in Country/ City 5: .China, Shanghai Main Responsible Organization: Fudan University Contact Person: Haidong Kan Job Title: Tel No: 919-316-4506 Fax No: Email: . kanh@niehs.nih.gov Country/City 6: . China, Wuhan Main Responsible Organization: Pennsylvania State University Contact Person: Zhengmin Qian Job Title: Assistant Professor Tel No: +1-717-531-7661 Fax No: +1-717-531-5779 Email: . zqian@psu.edu Equipment support Areas of focus Indoor air pollution Health effects

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Proponent: Institute of Engineering Thermophysics, Chinese Academy of Sciences Project title: Asia pro Eco - Feasibility study for the design of an industrial park with very low energy consumption and energy integration between the manufacturing and the residential buildings
Main objectives and outputs: The project consists in the feasibility of an industrial park to be built in China and consisting in a factory which manufactures renewable energy systems and a group of apartment blocks where the workers will live. Objectives: The aim of this feasibility study is to design an industrial park, which consists of a factory and a group of apartment blocks for the workers and their families. Main Activities: 1. Design of eco-sustainable buildings; 2. Design of industrial and residential buildings with low energy consumption; 3. Integration of renewable energy in industrial and residential buildings; 4. Technical and economic analysis of energy systems; Total budget: € 246,766.14 Funding sources: European Commission Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Started 2005; duration: 12 months Regions covered: East Asia. Countries covered: China Cities/provinces covered: Beijing, Shandong, Guangdong Implementing agencies: Università degli Studi di Perugina, Italy; Lulea University of Technology, Sweden; Dongguan University of Technology, China Main contact person: Hongguang JIN Institute of Engineering Thermophysics, Chinese Academy of Sciences 86-10-82622854 86-10-82629320 hgjin@mail.etp.ac.cn Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Project components Data gathering and analysis Areas of focus Energy sector (co-benefits) Stationary sources Policies for stationary sources Energy Efficiency in Buildings

Proponent: Institute of Transportation Studies, UC Davis Project title: Analyze the causes for China’s transition to electric bikes In China and the consequences it will have on energy, environment, and the transition to personal cars.
Main objectives and outputs: 1. Identify the energy and environmental costs and benefits of e-bikes.? 2. Determine how they are affecting mobility in China’s urban areas.? 3. Understand how the evolution of e-bike technology over the past 10 years can teach about the transition to personal cars in China over the next 30 years, and the transition away from petroleum fuels in the US and around the world? Total budget: Funding sources: Funding type: Status of project: On-going Project components Policy and strategies devt. Data gathering and analysis Awareness raising Areas of focus Mobile sources Public transport Non-motorized transport

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Regions covered: East Asia. Countries covered: China Cities/provinces covered: Shanghai Implementing agencies: Main contact person: Jonathan Weinert PhD Candidate Institute of Transportation Studies, UC Davis 86 138-1813-1364 jxweinert@ucdavis.edu Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Fuels Transport planning Climate change mitigation (cobenefits approach) Transport sector (co-benefits) Energy sector (co-benefits)

Proponent: Italian Ministry for the Environment and Territory (IMET) Project title: Biogas recovery pilot project
Main objectives and outputs: Total budget: € 2 million Funding sources: Italy Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Regions covered: East Asia. Countries covered: China Cities/provinces covered: Different Municipalities Implementing agencies: MOST Main contact person: Italian Ministry for the Environment and Territory (IMET) minambientebj@vip.sina.com Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Project components

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Proponent: Italian Ministry for the Environment and Territory (IMET) Project title: Biomasses
Main objectives and outputs: Total budget: € 0.62 million Funding sources: Italy Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Regions covered: East Asia. Countries covered: China Cities/provinces covered: Jiangsu province Implementing agencies: MOST Main contact person: Italian Ministry for the Environment and Territory (IMET) minambientebj@vip.sina.com Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Project components Data gathering and analysis Areas of focus Biomass for Energy

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Proponent: Italian Ministry for the Environment and Territory (IMET) Project title: CDM study project
Main objectives and outputs: Total budget: € 0.3 million Funding sources: Italy Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Regions covered: East Asia. Countries covered: China Cities/provinces covered: Beijing Implementing agencies: MOST Main contact person: Italian Ministry for the Environment and Territory (IMET) minambientebj@vip.sina.com Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Project components Data gathering and analysis Areas of focus Energy sector (co-benefits)

Proponent: Italian Ministry for the Environment and Territory (IMET) Project title: Energy efficiency
Main objectives and outputs: Total budget: € 0.5 million Funding sources: Italy Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Regions covered: East Asia. Countries covered: China Cities/provinces covered: Beijing Implementing agencies: NDRC Main contact person: Italian Ministry for the Environment and Territory (IMET) minambientebj@vip.sina.com Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Project components Data gathering and analysis Areas of focus Energy Efficiency

Proponent: Italian Ministry for the Environment and Territory (IMET) Project title: Energy efficiency in industrial sector
Main objectives and outputs: Total budget: € 0.2 million Funding sources: Italy Funding type: Grant/TA. Project components Policy and strategies devt. Areas of focus

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Status of project: Regions covered: East Asia. Countries covered: China Cities/provinces covered: Shanghai Implementing agencies: Shanghai Municipality Main contact person: Italian Ministry for the Environment and Territory (IMET) minambientebj@vip.sina.com Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable):

Stationary sources Policies for stationary sources

Proponent: Italian Ministry for the Environment and Territory (IMET) Project title: GECAM
Main objectives and outputs: Total budget: € 0.9 million Funding sources: Italy Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Regions covered: East Asia. Countries covered: China Cities/provinces covered: Shanghai Implementing agencies: Shanghai Municipality Main contact person: Italian Ministry for the Environment and Territory (IMET) minambientebj@vip.sina.com Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Project components Data gathering and analysis Areas of focus Mobile sources Diesel

Proponent: Italian Ministry for the Environment and Territory (IMET) Project title: Geothermal
Main objectives and outputs: Total budget: € 0.3 million Funding sources: Italy Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Regions covered: East Asia. Countries covered: China Cities/provinces covered: Tianjin Implementing agencies: MOST Main contact person: Italian Ministry for the Environment and Territory (IMET) minambientebj@vip.sina.com Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Project components Policy and strategies devt. Areas of focus Geothermal Energy

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Proponent: Italian Ministry for the Environment and Territory (IMET) Project title: High efficiency and low emissions natural gas engines
Main objectives and outputs: Total budget: € 9 million Funding sources: Italy Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Regions covered: East Asia. Countries covered: China Cities/provinces covered: Beijing Implementing agencies: Beijing Municipality Main contact person: Italian Ministry for the Environment and Territory (IMET) minambientebj@vip.sina.com Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Project components Data gathering and analysis Areas of focus Mobile sources CNG/LPG

Proponent: Italian Ministry for the Environment and Territory (IMET) Project title: Hydrogen energy study
Main objectives and outputs: Total budget: € 1 million Funding sources: Italy Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Regions covered: East Asia. Countries covered: China Cities/provinces covered: Shanghai Implementing agencies: MOST / Shanghai Municipality's Commission for Science & Technology Main contact person: Italian Ministry for the Environment and Territory (IMET) minambientebj@vip.sina.com Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Project components Data gathering and analysis Areas of focus Mobile sources Hydrogen

Proponent: Italian Ministry for the Environment and Territory (IMET) Project title: ITS for traffic air pollution control
Main objectives and outputs: Total budget: € 6.5 million Funding sources: Italy Project components Policy and strategies devt. Data gathering and analysis

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Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Regions covered: East Asia. Countries covered: China Cities/provinces covered: Beijing Implementing agencies: Beijing Municipality Main contact person: Italian Ministry for the Environment and Territory (IMET) minambientebj@vip.sina.com Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable):

Areas of focus Mobile sources Transport planning

Proponent: Italian Ministry for the Environment and Territory (IMET) Project title: Laboratory for vehicle emmissions control
Main objectives and outputs: Total budget: € 3.7 million Funding sources: Italy Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Regions covered: East Asia. Countries covered: China Cities/provinces covered: Beijing Implementing agencies: Beijing Municipality Main contact person: Italian Ministry for the Environment and Territory (IMET) minambientebj@vip.sina.com Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Project components Data gathering and analysis Equipment support Areas of focus AQ monitoring Emissions inventory

Proponent: Italian Ministry for the Environment and Territory (IMET) Project title: Landfill gas recovery
Main objectives and outputs: Total budget: € 1.3 million Funding sources: Italy Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Regions covered: East Asia. Countries covered: China Cities/provinces covered: Different Municipalities Implementing agencies: SEPA Main contact person: Italian Ministry for the Environment and Territory (IMET) minambientebj@vip.sina.com Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Project components

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Proponent: Italian Ministry for the Environment and Territory (IMET) Project title: Sino-Italian Pavilion
Main objectives and outputs: Total budget: € 24 million Funding sources: Italy Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Regions covered: East Asia. Countries covered: China Cities/provinces covered: Beijing Implementing agencies: MOST Main contact person: Italian Ministry for the Environment and Territory (IMET) minambientebj@vip.sina.com Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Project components Awareness raising Areas of focus

Proponent: Italian Ministry for the Environment and Territory (IMET) Project title: Solar energy centre in Tibet
Main objectives and outputs: Total budget: € 1 million Funding sources: Italy Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Regions covered: East Asia. Countries covered: China Cities/provinces covered: Tibet / Lhasa Implementing agencies: MOST / Tibet local government Main contact person: Italian Ministry for the Environment and Territory (IMET) minambientebj@vip.sina.com Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Project components

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Proponent: Italian Ministry for the Environment and Territory (IMET) Project title: Solar Village
Main objectives and outputs: Total budget: € 1.75 million Funding sources: Italy Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Project components

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Regions covered: East Asia. Countries covered: China Cities/provinces covered: Inner Mongolia Implementing agencies: MOST Main contact person: Italian Ministry for the Environment and Territory (IMET) minambientebj@vip.sina.com Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable):

Proponent: Italian Ministry for the Environment and Territory (IMET) Project title: Study on HFC23 CDMs projects
Main objectives and outputs: Total budget: € 0.4 million Funding sources: Italy Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Regions covered: East Asia. Countries covered: China Cities/provinces covered: Different Municipalities Implementing agencies: SEPA Main contact person: Italian Ministry for the Environment and Territory (IMET) minambientebj@vip.sina.com Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Project components

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Proponent: Italian Ministry for the Environment and Territory (IMET) Project title: Study on PV / FC Hybrid power system
Main objectives and outputs: Total budget: € 0.2 million Funding sources: Italy Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Regions covered: East Asia. Countries covered: China Cities/provinces covered: Beijing Implementing agencies: MOST Main contact person: Italian Ministry for the Environment and Territory (IMET) minambientebj@vip.sina.com Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Project components Data gathering and analysis Areas of focus Mobile sources Hydrogen

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Proponent: Italian Ministry for the Environment and Territory (IMET) Project title: Urban energy plan
Main objectives and outputs: Total budget: € 1.36 million Funding sources: Italy Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Regions covered: East Asia. Countries covered: China Cities/provinces covered: Shanghai Implementing agencies: SEPA Main contact person: Italian Ministry for the Environment and Territory (IMET) minambientebj@vip.sina.com Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Project components Policy and strategies devt. Areas of focus Stationary sources Policies for stationary sources

Proponent: Italian Ministry for the Environment and Territory (IMET) Project title: Waste to energy pilot project
Main objectives and outputs: Total budget: € 0.32 million Funding sources: Italy Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Regions covered: East Asia. Countries covered: China Cities/provinces covered: Beijing Implementing agencies: MOST Main contact person: Italian Ministry for the Environment and Territory (IMET) minambientebj@vip.sina.com Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Project components Equipment support Areas of focus Renewable Energy

Proponent: Italian Ministry for the Environment and Territory (IMET) Project title: Waste to syngas pilot project
Main objectives and outputs: Total budget: € 0.6 million Funding sources: Italy Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Project components Equipment support Areas of focus

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Regions covered: East Asia. Countries covered: China Cities/provinces covered: Beijing Implementing agencies: MOST Main contact person: Italian Ministry for the Environment and Territory (IMET) minambientebj@vip.sina.com Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Renewable Energy

Proponent: Japan Bank for International Cooperation (JBIC) Project title: Anhui Environmental Improvement Project
Main objectives and outputs: The project will develop natural gas supply facilities in eight cities in Anhui Province (Chaohu, Chuzhou, Fuyang, Hefei, Huainan, Maanshan, Tongling, Wuhu) so that coal and other fuels can be replaced by natural gas, with the aim of improving the atmosphere. Total budget: $154,840,000.00 Funding sources: JBIC Funding type: Loan. Status of project: Started March 31, 2003, to completed in December 2007 Regions covered: East Asia. Countries covered: China Cities/provinces covered: Anhui province’s cities: Chaohu, Chuzhou, Fuyang, Hefei, Huainan, Maanshan, Tongling, Wuhu Implementing agencies: The People's Government of Anhui Province, Development Planning Commission Main contact person: Japan Bank for International Cooperation (JBIC) Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Country/City 1: People's Republic China Main Responsible Organization: The People's Government of Anhui Province, Development Planning Commission Tel No. 86-551-260-1470 Fax No. 86-551-261-0492 Project components Policy and strategies devt. Equipment support Areas of focus Stationary sources Policies for stationary sources

Proponent: Japan Bank for International Cooperation (JBIC) Project title: Anshan Environmental Improvement Project
Main objectives and outputs: This project is designed to promote sustainable development in Anshan by strengthening Project components

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environmental protection measures to reduce air pollution, improve water quality and enhance living standards through the construction of an environmental infrastructure including heat supply, public transportation, water supply and sewage. The reduction in air pollution is expected to result from the Urban Railway Improvement component of the project. Total budget: $85,000,000.00 Funding sources: JBIC Funding type: Loan. Status of project: Started March 2002, On-going Regions covered: East Asia. Countries covered: China Cities/provinces covered: Anshan Implementing agencies: Anshan Municipal People’s Government Main contact person: Japan Bank for International Cooperation (JBIC) Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Country/City 1: China/ Anshan Responsible Organization: Anshan Municipal People’s Government Tel No.: 86-412-5560703 Fax No.: 86-412-5539124 Equipment support Areas of focus Mobile sources Public transport Rail transport

Proponent: Japan Bank for International Cooperation (JBIC) Project title: Baotou Atmospheric Environmental Improvement Project
Main objectives and outputs: The project will improve the air quality of and will expedite the sustainable development of Baotou city, through the reduction of the amount of coal consumption by construction of a natural gas supply system. The project consists of the construction of new gas pipeline networks (about 100km), replacement of pipelines (about 710km), and the procurement of pressure regulators and control units. Officials from the executing agency are scheduled to receive training in Japan in collaboration with Japanese local governments with the objective of achieving sustainable project effect. Total budget: $78,740,000.00 Funding sources: JBIC Funding type: Loan. Status of project: Started March 2005, On-going Regions covered: East Asia. Countries covered: China Cities/provinces covered: Baotou Implementing agencies: People's Government of the Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region Main contact person: Japan Bank for International Cooperation (JBIC) Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Country/City 1: China/ Baotou Responsible Organization: People's Government of the Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region Tel No.: 86-471-6945263 Fax No.: 86-471-6945308 Project components Capacity building Equipment support Areas of focus Stationary sources Policies for stationary sources

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Proponent: Japan Bank for International Cooperation (JBIC) Project title: Beijing Environmental Improvement Project
Main objectives and outputs: This project is designed to cut emissions of SO2, NOx, CO2, etc., by substituting the small coal-burning boilers used in Beijing Electronic Zone, which the Beijing Municipal People's Government is prohibiting, with cogeneration equipment that uses natural gas. The government plans to ban 102 of the 128 small coal-burning boilers currently in operation, resulting in an estimated reduction in coal consumption of 300,000 tons annually. This project represents the first full-scale implementation of natural gas cogeneration in Beijing, and it is positioned as a model to encourage the future spread of similar cogeneration facilities from the standpoint of environmental protection and energy conservation. Total budget: $67,560.79 Funding sources: JBIC Funding type: Loan. Status of project: Started in April 2002 and to be completed December 2007 Regions covered: East Asia. Countries covered: China Cities/provinces covered: Beijing Implementing agencies: Beijing Municipal People's Government Main contact person: Japan Bank for International Cooperation (JBIC) 81-3-5218-3065 81-3-5218-3971 Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Country/City 1: China/Beijing Responsible Organization: Beijing Municipal People's Government Tel No. 86-10-68455800 Fax No. 86-10-6841420 Project components Policy and strategies devt. Equipment support Areas of focus Stationary sources Monitoring for stationary sources Policies for stationary sources

Proponent: Japan Bank for International Cooperation (JBIC) Project title: Beijing Urban Railway Construction Project
Main objectives and outputs: The Project will construct a 40 km-urban railway between Xizhimen and Dongzhimen in Beijing as part of efforts to improve traffic network, on the basis of the above-noted congestion alleviation/urban development plan, which is expected not only to contribute to mitigated congestion and development of the areas along the railway, but also to help reduce the air pollution. Total budget: $382,250,000.00 Funding sources: JBIC Funding type: Loan. Status of project: Started 2000, On-going Regions covered: East Asia. Countries covered: China Cities/provinces covered: Beijing Implementing agencies: Beijing Mass Transit Railway Corporation Main contact person: Japan Bank for International Cooperation (JBIC) Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Country/City 1: China/ Beijing Project components Equipment support Areas of focus Mobile sources Public transport Rail transport

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Responsible Organization: Beijing Mass Transit Railway Corporation Tel No.: 86-10-62293659 Fax No.: 86-10-68324655

Proponent: Japan Bank for International Cooperation (JBIC) Project title: Chongqing Environment Model City Project
Main objectives and outputs: Phase I: The project includes efforts to improve air quality in Chongqing by supplying natural gas. Phase II: The project involves the construction of facilities to supply natural gas, development of monitoring systems, and installation of exhaust gas desulfurizers at power plants. Total budget: $70,240,000.00 Funding sources: JBIC Funding type: Loan. Status of project: Started March 28, 2000 Phase I completed March 30, 2001, On-going for Phase II Regions covered: East Asia. Countries covered: China Cities/provinces covered: Chongqing Implementing agencies: Main contact person: Japan Bank for International Cooperation (JBIC) Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Country/City 1: China/Chongqing Responsible Organization: Chongqing Municipal People’s Government, Chongqing Municipal Finance Bureau Tel No.: 86-23-63896094 Fax No. 86-23-63896094 Project components Policy and strategies devt. Equipment support Areas of focus Stationary sources Monitoring for stationary sources Policies for stationary sources

Proponent: Japan Bank for International Cooperation (JBIC) Project title: Chongqing Urban Railway Construction Project
Main objectives and outputs: The Project is designed to ease traffic congestion, provide massive and stable transportation, and reduce air pollution, in conjunction with the Chongqing Environment Model City Project, by building a monorail system in the city as an addition to the road construction work under the existing traffic control measures. Total budget: $223,500,000.00 Funding sources: JBIC Funding type: Loan. Status of project: Started March 2001, On-going Regions covered: East Asia. Countries covered: China Cities/provinces covered: Chongqing Implementing agencies: Chongqing Municipal People’s Government Main contact person: Japan Bank for International Cooperation (JBIC) Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Project components Equipment support Areas of focus Mobile sources Public transport Rail transport

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Country/City 1: China/ Chongqing Responsible Organization: Chongqing Municipal People’s Government Tel No.: 86-23-63855867 Fax No.: 86-23-63855867

Proponent: Japan Bank for International Cooperation (JBIC) Project title: Dalian Environment Model City Project
Main objectives and outputs: Phase I: The project includes efforts to improve air quality in Dalian by supplying thermally generated electricity and carrying out air quality improvement measures at manufacturing plants, as described in the proposal by the committee of experts. Phase II: The project implements measures to reduce air pollution at steel and cement plants. Total budget: $77,670.64 Funding sources: JBIC Funding type: Loan. Status of project: Started March 28, 2000 Phase I completed March 30, 2001, On-going for Phase II Regions covered: East Asia. Countries covered: China Cities/provinces covered: Dalian Implementing agencies: Dalian Municipal People’s Government Main contact person: Japan Bank for International Cooperation (JBIC) 81-3-5218-3065 81-3-5218-3971 Project components Policy and strategies devt. Equipment support Areas of focus Stationary sources Monitoring for stationary sources Policies for stationary sources

Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Country/City 1: China/Dalian Responsible Organization: Dalian Municipal People’s Government, Dalian Municipal Finance Bureau Tel No. 86-411-2630736 Fax No. 86-411-2644948

Proponent: Japan Bank for International Cooperation (JBIC) Project title: Guiyang Environment Model City Project
Main objectives and outputs: Phase I: The project includes efforts to supply natural gas and implementation of air quality improvement measures at every type of manufacturing plant. Phase II: This project involves the implementation of measures to reduce air pollution at power plants, install monitoring systems, and construct low sulfur clean coal production facilities. * Environmental Model City Projects (in Guiyang, Chongqing and Dalian) are conducted as a part of the Japan-China Environment Model City Initiative, which aim to implement intensive environmental improvement measures in model cities, which will then serve as Project components Policy and strategies devt. Equipment support Areas of focus Stationary sources Monitoring for stationary sources Policies for stationary sources

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models of success for other cities. Total budget: $131,640.00 Funding sources: JBIC Funding type: Loan. Status of project: Started March 28,2000 Phase I completed 03-30-2001, On-going Phase II Regions covered: East Asia. Countries covered: China Cities/provinces covered: Guiyang Implementing agencies: Guizhou Provincial People’s Government, Guizhou Province Japan-China Environment Model City (Guiyang) Project Office Main contact person: Japan Bank for International Cooperation (JBIC) Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Country/City 1: China/ Guiyang Main Responsible Organization: Guizhou Provincial People’s Government, Guizhou Province Japan-China Environment Model City (Guiyang) Project Office Tel No. 86-851-5983010 Fax No. 86-851-5983010

Proponent: Japan Bank for International Cooperation (JBIC) Project title: Heilongjiang Songhua River Basin Environmental Improvement Project
Main objectives and outputs: The air quality management component of this project will include taking pollution control measures in factories in the major cities in the river basin in order to reduce pollution. Total budget: $90,000,000.00 Funding sources: JBIC Funding type: Loan. Status of project: Started December 1998, On-going Regions covered: East Asia. Countries covered: China Cities/provinces covered: Heilongjang Province Implementing agencies: Heilongjiang Provincial People's Government Main contact person: Japan Bank for International Cooperation (JBIC) Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Country/City 1: China/ Heilongjiang Province Responsible Organization: Heilongjiang Provincial People's Government Tel No.: 86-451-2331019 Fax No.: 86-451-2331019, 2331247 Project components Equipment support Areas of focus Stationary sources Monitoring for stationary sources Policies for stationary sources

Proponent: Japan Bank for International Cooperation (JBIC) Project title: Henan Environmental Improvement Project
Main objectives and outputs: The project will build natural gas supply facilities in five cities in Henan Province (Jiaozuo, Luohe, Pingdingshan, Xinyang, Zhumadian) so that coal and other fuels can be replaced Project components Policy and strategies devt.

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by natural gas, with the aim of improving the atmosphere. Total budget: $161,000.00 Funding sources: JBIC Funding type: Loan. Status of project: Staretd on March 31, 2003, to be completed in December 2008 Regions covered: East Asia. Countries covered: China Cities/provinces covered: Henan Province (Jiaozuo, Luohe, Pingdingshan, Xinyang, Zhumadian) Implementing agencies: Delhi Metro Rail Corporation Limited (DMRC) Main contact person: Japan Bank for International Cooperation (JBIC) Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Country/City 1: China/ Jiaozuo, Luohe, Pingdingshan, Xinyang, Zhumadian Main Responsible Organization: The People's Government of Henan Province Tel No. 86-371-5722312 Fax No. 86-371-5722312 Equipment support Areas of focus Stationary sources Monitoring for stationary sources Policies for stationary sources

Proponent: Japan Bank for International Cooperation (JBIC) Project title: Liuzhou Environment Improvement Project
Main objectives and outputs: Part I and II - This project is to expand gas supply system, create land-fill sites for garbage disposal, construct a garbage fill-cover up yard and furnish factories with pollution control equipment in order to improve the environment in Liuzhou. Part III - This project is to construct a flue gas desulfurization system at the Liuzhou Power Plant in order to improve the environment in Liuzhou. Total budget: $85,470,000.08 Funding sources: JBIC Funding type: Loan. Status of project: Started Part I 26 December 1996, Part II, 12 December 1997, Ongoing Part III 28 December 1998 Regions covered: East Asia. Countries covered: China Cities/provinces covered: Liuzhou Implementing agencies: Liuzhou Municipal People’s Government Main contact person: Japan Bank for International Cooperation (JBIC) 81-3-5218-3065 81-3-5218-3971 Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Country/City 1: China/Liuzhou Responsible Organization: Liuzhou Municipal People’s Government Tel No. 86-772-2859846 Fax No. 86-772-2819914 Project components Policy and strategies devt. Equipment support Areas of focus Stationary sources Monitoring for stationary sources Policies for stationary sources

Proponent: Japan Bank for International Cooperation (JBIC) Project title: Shenyang Environment Improvement Project

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Main objectives and outputs: This project is designed to improve air quality in Shenyang by implementing a thermoelectric power supply project and pollution control measures at industrial plants. Phase I of this project involved construction of the power supply facilities and Phase II was implemented to procure boilers, power generators and other equipment to supply thermoelectric power, as well as goods and materials required to address pollution sources at industrial plants. Total budget: $50,110.00 Funding sources: JBIC Funding type: Loan. Status of project: Started March 2001, On-going Regions covered: East Asia. Countries covered: China Cities/provinces covered: Shenyang Implementing agencies: Shenyang Municipal People’s Government Main contact person: Japan Bank for International Cooperation (JBIC) 81-3-5218-3065 81-3-5218-3971 Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Country/City 1: China/Shenyang Responsible Organization: Shenyang Municipal People’s Government Tel No.: 86-24-22728632 Fax No.: 86-24-22730028

Project components Policy and strategies devt. Equipment support Areas of focus Stationary sources Monitoring for stationary sources Policies for stationary sources

Proponent: Japan Bank for International Cooperation (JBIC) Project title: Wuhan Urban Railway Construction Project
Main objectives and outputs: The Project is designed to provide Wuhan with mass transit capabilities, supplement previous policies to ease traffic congestion by building more roadways, help ease traffic congestion on major roadways, and reduce air pollution. As part of Wuhan’s effort to improve its traffic network with the goal of relieving traffic congestion and promoting urban renewal, this project will involve construction of a 10-km urban railway from Zongquan to Huangpu Road. Total budget: $23,860,000.00 Funding sources: JBIC Funding type: Loan. Status of project: Started March 2001, On-going Regions covered: East Asia. Countries covered: China Cities/provinces covered: Wuhan Implementing agencies: Wuhan Municipal People’s Government Main contact person: Japan Bank for International Cooperation (JBIC) Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Country/City 1: China/ Wuhan Responsible Organization: Wuhan Municipal People’s Government Tel No.: 86-27-85776120 Fax No.: 86-27-85776120 Project components Equipment support Areas of focus Mobile sources Public transport Rail transport

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Proponent: Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) Project title: The Sino-Japan Friendship Center for Environmental Protection Project Phase III
Main objectives and outputs: 1. Improvement of the wide area air pollution by acquiring monitoring technique for acid rain and identifying the source of sandstorms in Beijing 2. Improvement of environmental management standards 3. Promoting research and analysis on dioxin and other chemical substances posing new threats 4. Promoting environmental protection in the Great Development Strategy for the Western Region in China Total budget: Funding sources: Not applicable (JICA conducts its cooperation in kind such as dispatching experts) Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Started 2002, to be Completed 2006 Regions covered: East Asia. Countries covered: China Cities/provinces covered: Implementing agencies: The State Environmental Protection Administration, China Main contact person: Eiji Iwasaki /Miwa Hiasa Team Director / Staff Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) +81-3-5352-5254 +81-3-5352-5348 Iwasaki.Eiji@jica.go.jp; Hiasa.Miwa@jica.go.jp Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Country/City 1: China Main Responsible Organization: State Environmental Protection Administration Contact Person: Mr. Zhang Qi Job Title: Deputy Director Tel No. +86-10-84638745 Fax No. +8610-84634274 Email: zqi@263.net Website of Organization: http://www.zhb.gov.cn/english/ Project components Policy and strategies devt. Data gathering and analysis Awareness raising Capacity building Equipment support Areas of focus AQ monitoring Ambient AQ monitoring Energy sector (co-benefits) Transboundary sources Monitoring transboundary sources Policies for transboundary sources Stationary sources Policies for stationary sources

Proponent: KfW banking group Project title: Energy Efficiency Program/ Wind Energy Program
Main objectives and outputs: Increasing the efficiency of generation, transmission and distribution of energy and, thus, reducing technical losses and the consumption of energy resources as well as promoting the generation of wind energy. Total budget: € 12.79 million Funding sources: Germany Funding type: Loan. Status of project: Regions covered: East Asia. Countries covered: China Cities/provinces covered: Implementing agencies: MOF Project components Policy and strategies devt. Areas of focus Energy Efficiency

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Main contact person: Arne Gooss Director KfW banking group 86 10 85275171 to 73 86 10 85275175 arne.gooss@kfwchina.com Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable):

Proponent: KfW banking group Project title: Solar Energy Gansu
Main objectives and outputs: Objectives and impacts In 1996 the Chinese government launched a large-scale programme aimed at supplying electricity from renewable energies to previously not electrified rural regions. Solar energy is playing an im-portant role. German Financial Cooperation supports this programme. The target areas of the FC projects comprise parts of the western provinces of Xinjiang, Qinghai and Gansu, as well as the southern province of Yunnan. These regions have good solar energy potential. The programme pursues a dual objective. It is to improve the living conditions of the population in the programme areas through the installation of solar electricity facilities for village electrification. Rural health stations and village schools benefit particularly from the electricity supply as it enables them to enhance their performance. At the same time, providing clean electricity will contribute to protect-ing the environment and preserving natural resources. However, the use of solar energy for elec-tricity generation is still very expensive and cannot be implemented without subsidies. Project design The project covers the installation and entry into operation of around 375 individually operating village power systems in rural areas of the provinces of Xinjiang, Yunnan, Qinghai and Gansu. A financial contribution totalling EUR 26.6 million will be allocated to this project. The Chinese prov-inces' counterpart contribution is approximately EUR 13.2 million. Given the size of the regions (Xinjiang is China's largest province with roughly the area of Western Europe), site selection crite-ria were agreed with the Chinese partners in order to keep the effort and cost of managing and monitoring the programme within affordable limits. These criteria range from minimum hours of sunshine and radiation, the geographic delimitation of the sites, the existence of basic infrastruc-ture and the distance from the sites to the grid, to minimum criteria regarding the potential user's ability and readiness to pay for the energy. The latter will also be further tested on the basis of demand-orientated application fees. The programme-executing agencies are implementing agen-cies located at the provincial level that already have a number of years of experience in the use of renewable energies. Their maintenance activities will be supported by technical personnel of the district administration, and they will contract local operators at the village level. The implementing organisations and users will enter into agreements in order to keep the rights and obligations of both sides transparent. A Sino-German team of consultants as well as the GTZ will familiarise the executing agencies and operators with solar technology in the provinces of Yunnan, Qinghai and Gansu and train them further in aspects of operation and maintenance tasks. Total budget: € 26.6 million Funding sources: Germany Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Regions covered: East Asia. Countries covered: China Cities/provinces covered: Gansu Implementing agencies: MOF/Provincial scientific institutions Project components Policy and strategies devt. Data gathering and analysis Areas of focus Renewable Energy

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KfW banking group +49 (69) 7431-4260 +49 (69) 7431-3363 info@kfw-Entwicklungsbank.de Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Gansu Huineng New Energy Development Co. Mr. Gui Junxiang Fax 0931-840 6208, 8800196

Proponent: KfW banking group Project title: Solar Energy Inner Mongolia
Main objectives and outputs: Not available Total budget: € 8 million Funding sources: Germany Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Regions covered: East Asia. Countries covered: China Cities/provinces covered: Inner Mongolia Implementing agencies: MOF/ Provincial scientific institutions Main contact person: KfW banking group +49 (69) 7431-4260 +49 (69) 7431-3363 info@kfw-Entwicklungsbank.de Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Project components

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Proponent: KfW banking group Project title: Solar Energy Qinghai
Main objectives and outputs: Objectives and impacts In 1996 the Chinese government launched a large-scale programme aimed at supplying electricity from renewable energies to previously not electrified rural regions. Solar energy is playing an im-portant role. German Financial Cooperation supports this programme. The target areas of the FC projects comprise parts of the western provinces of Xinjiang, Qinghai and Gansu, as well as the southern province of Yunnan. These regions have good solar energy potential. The programme pursues a dual objective. It is to improve the living conditions of the population in the programme areas through the installation of solar electricity facilities for village electrification. Rural health stations and village schools benefit particularly from the electricity supply as it enables them to enhance their performance. At the same time, providing clean electricity will contribute to protect-ing the environment and preserving natural resources. However, the use of solar energy for elec-tricity generation is still very expensive and cannot be implemented without subsidies. Project design The project covers the installation and entry into operation of around 375 individually operating village power systems in rural areas of the provinces of Xinjiang, Yunnan, Qinghai and Gansu. A financial contribution totalling EUR 26.6 million will be allocated to Project components Policy and strategies devt. Data gathering and analysis Areas of focus Renewable Energy

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this project. The Chinese prov-inces' counterpart contribution is approximately EUR 13.2 million. Given the size of the regions (Xinjiang is China's largest province with roughly the area of Western Europe), site selection crite-ria were agreed with the Chinese partners in order to keep the effort and cost of managing and monitoring the programme within affordable limits. These criteria range from minimum hours of sunshine and radiation, the geographic delimitation of the sites, the existence of basic infrastruc-ture and the distance from the sites to the grid, to minimum criteria regarding the potential user's ability and readiness to pay for the energy. The latter will also be further tested on the basis of demand-orientated application fees. The programme-executing agencies are implementing agen-cies located at the provincial level that already have a number of years of experience in the use of renewable energies. Their maintenance activities will be supported by technical personnel of the district administration, and they will contract local operators at the village level. The implementing organisations and users will enter into agreements in order to keep the rights and obligations of both sides transparent. A Sino-German team of consultants as well as the GTZ will familiarise the executing agencies and operators with solar technology in the provinces of Yunnan, Qinghai and Gansu and train them further in aspects of operation and maintenance tasks. Total budget: € 26.6 million Funding sources: Germany Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Regions covered: East Asia. Countries covered: China Cities/provinces covered: Qinghai Implementing agencies: MOF/Provincial scientific institutions Main contact person: Robert Haas KfW banking group +49 (69) 7431-4260 +49 (69) 7431-3363 info@kfw-Entwicklungsbank.de Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Qinghai Brightness Engineering Co. Zhang Zhimin, Liu Hong Fax 0971-6320076, 6304742

Proponent: KfW banking group Project title: Solarenergy I, Xinjiang and Yunnan
Main objectives and outputs: Objectives and impacts In 1996 the Chinese government launched a large-scale programme aimed at supplying electricity from renewable energies to previously not electrified rural regions. Solar energy is playing an im-portant role. German Financial Cooperation supports this programme. The target areas of the FC projects comprise parts of the western provinces of Xinjiang, Qinghai and Gansu, as well as the southern province of Yunnan. These regions have good solar energy potential. The programme pursues a dual objective. It is to improve the living conditions of the population in the programme areas through the installation of solar electricity facilities for village electrification. Rural health stations and village schools benefit particularly from the electricity supply as it enables them to enhance their performance. At the same time, providing clean electricity will contribute to protect-ing the environment and preserving natural resources. However, the use of solar energy for elec-tricity generation is still very expensive and cannot be implemented without subsidies. Project design The project covers the installation and entry into operation of around 375 individually operating village power systems in rural areas of the provinces of Xinjiang, Yunnan, Qinghai and Gansu. A financial contribution totalling EUR 26.6 million will be allocated to this project. The Chinese prov-inces' counterpart contribution is approximately EUR 13.2 million. Given the size of the regions (Xinjiang is China's largest province with roughly the Project components Policy and strategies devt. Areas of focus Renewable Energy

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area of Western Europe), site selection crite-ria were agreed with the Chinese partners in order to keep the effort and cost of managing and monitoring the programme within affordable limits. These criteria range from minimum hours of sunshine and radiation, the geographic delimitation of the sites, the existence of basic infrastruc-ture and the distance from the sites to the grid, to minimum criteria regarding the potential user's ability and readiness to pay for the energy. The latter will also be further tested on the basis of demand-orientated application fees. The programme-executing agencies are implementing agencies located at the provincial level that already have a number of years of experience in the use of renewable energies. Their maintenance activities will be supported by technical personnel of the district administration, and they will contract local operators at the village level. The implementing organisations and users will enter into agreements in order to keep the rights and obligations of both sides transparent. A Sino-German team of consultants as well as the GTZ will familiarise the executing agencies and operators with solar technology in the provinces of Yunnan, Qinghai and Gansu and train them further in aspects of operation and maintenance tasks. Total budget: € 26.6 million Funding sources: Germany Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Regions covered: East Asia. Countries covered: China Cities/provinces covered: Xinjiang/Yunnan Implementing agencies: MOF/Provincial scientific institution

Main contact person: Robert Haas KfW banking group +49 (69) 7431-4260 +49 (69) 7431-3363 info@kfw-Entwicklungsbank.de Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Xinjiang Wind Energy Company Wang Liming Fax 0991-5888922, 5816456 Yunnan Brightness Engineering Company Yunnan Normal University Liu Zuming Fax 0871-551 6508

Proponent: MFA Project title: Danish mixed credit
Main objectives and outputs: Total budget: Funding sources: Denmark Funding type: Loan. Grant/TA. Status of project: Regions covered: East Asia. Countries covered: China Cities/provinces covered: Implementing agencies: MOF Main contact person: MFA jeschr@um.dk Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Project components

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Proponent: MFA Project title: Meijang District heating, Tianjin
Main objectives and outputs: Total budget: € 9.23 / 3.82 million Funding sources: Denmark Funding type: Loan. Grant/TA. Status of project: Regions covered: East Asia. Countries covered: China Cities/provinces covered: Tianjin Implementing agencies: MOF / China National Machinery Imp. & Exp. Corp. Main contact person: MFA tinhan@um.dk Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Project components Policy and strategies devt. Equipment support Areas of focus Indoor air pollution

Proponent: MFA Project title: Renewable Energy Programme - Wind Energy Development
Main objectives and outputs: Total budget: € 6 million Funding sources: Denmark Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Regions covered: East Asia. Countries covered: China Cities/provinces covered: National; Liaoning, Jilin and Heilongjiang Implementing agencies: MOFCOM; NDRC; CEPRI; CMA; three north-eastern provinces Main contact person: MFA heljor@um.dk; jeschr@um.dk Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Project components Policy and strategies devt. Areas of focus Renewable Energy

Proponent: Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC) Project title: Jiangsu Demand-Side Management
Main objectives and outputs: To demonstrate how China can improve its economy, address growing power shortages and reduce emissions from coal-fired power plants by investing in a portfolio of low-cost energy efficiency demand-side management (DSM) programs. These DSM programs will provide incentives to help enterprises and residents invest in more efficient technologies Project components Policy and strategies devt. Data gathering and analysis Awareness raising

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such as industrial motors, commercial lighting and cooling, and residential appliances. Preliminary analysis indicates that Jiangsu can save the equivalent of 24 new coal-fired power plants over the next decade at less than half the cost. This displaced coal consumption would eliminate 854 million metric tons of carbon emissions, as well as 12 million metric tons of sulfur oxides and 406 thousand tons of nitric oxides that otherwise would pollute China’s environment. Moreover, although reducing pollution normally comes at a cost, these impressive pollution reductions come at a net cost reduction. Total budget: $600,000.00 Funding sources: 1. Energy Foundation 2. ADB Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Started 1996, On-going Regions covered: East Asia. Countries covered: China Cities/provinces covered: Jiangsu Province Implementing agencies: Jiangsu Provincial Economic and Trade Commission Main contact person: Barbara Finamore Director, China Clean Energy Program Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC) 202-289-6868 202-289-1060 bfinamore@nrdc.org Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Country/City 1: Nanjing, China Main Responsible Organization: China State Grid Company DSM Instruction Center Contact Person: Song Hongkun Job Title: Assistant Director Tel No. 86 25 8508 5462 Fax No. 86 25 8331 8910 Email: songhk@public.yc.js.cn Capacity building Equipment support Areas of focus Energy sector (co-benefits) Stationary sources Monitoring for stationary sources Policies for stationary sources

Proponent: Protestant Church of Germany Project title: Environmental Protection by means of Support of Bio-Gas- and Solar Equipment
Main objectives and outputs: Not available Total budget: € 0.52 million Funding sources: Germany Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Regions covered: East Asia. Countries covered: China Cities/provinces covered: Guizhou, Yunnan and Qinghai Implementing agencies: Main contact person: Robert Haas Protestant Church of Germany eed@eed.de, wz-1@peki.auswaertiges-amt.de Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Project components

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Proponent: PSE Projektgesellschaft Solare Energiesysteme mbH Project title: Asia pro Eco - Reducing CO2 Emissions in China: Economic, Legal, and Technical Viability for an Architectural Integration and Local Production of Large Photovoltaic Modules in China's Yunnan Province
Main objectives and outputs: Clarifying and documenting the actual economic, legal and technical framework for the installation of large grid connected PV modules in Kunming, Yunnan Province; Developing in co-operation with Chinese project partners a set of economic, legal and technical measures to enable the successful application of large PV technology oriented on EU best practice; Benchmarking the existing PV production in Kunming against state-of-the art technology and technical-economical analyse to upgrade the production facility. Objectives: The overarching objective of the project is to reduce Chinese CO2 emissions increase as coupled to the economic development of China. Main Activities: Activity 1: Evaluation of framework conditions - Analysis of current settings as insolation, building regulations, legal framework for power purchasing agreements, local technical production capability for large PV modules; Activity 2: Viability of PV implementation - Identification, comparison and evaluation of potential sites for PV demonstration projects Activity 3: Local production of PV cells and assembly of large modules - Evaluation of the technical, financial and managerial capability of existing local PV production Activity 4: Market opportunities and potential entrance strategies for EU PV industry in China - the opportunities for EU China economic co-operation or joint ventures will be assessed and documented Activity 5: Production and dissemination of the viability study - study writing and dissemination Activity 6: Final technical and financial reporting to the Commission Services - The planned study plus an implementation report will be submitted to the Commission Services as final technical report. A financial report will be prepared for final payment. Total budget: € 78,214 Funding sources: European Commission Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Started 1 Nov 2005 (6 mos duration) Regions covered: East Asia. Countries covered: China Cities/provinces covered: Yunnan province Implementing agencies: Yunnan Environment Development Institute, China Consorzio Italasia, Italy; European Forum for Economic Cooperation EEIG (= European Economic Interest Grouping) Main contact person: Dipl.-Phys. Rafael Wiese PSE Projektgesellschaft Solare Energiesysteme mbH +49 761 479 14 24 +49 761 479 14 44 wiese@pse.de Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Project components Policy and strategies devt. Data gathering and analysis Capacity building Equipment support Areas of focus Energy sector (co-benefits) Renewable Energy

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Proponent: Royal Netherlands Embassy Project title: Promotion of Rural Renewable Energy in Western China
Main objectives and outputs: This project aims to promote the development and utilization of rural renewable energy in the western region, improve the living condition of farmers, protect the environment and promote local economic development. The duration of the project is five years, i.e. from 9 January 2003 to 31 December 2007. The activities of this project are: • Training of officials, managers, technicians and farmer technicians in rural renewable energy technology • Development of the capacity of testing centres for RE products • Improvement of website based dissemination capacity • Construction of demonstration sites, including the following categories of rural renewable technologies: Household biogas digester; Small scale biogas digester; Solar water heater; Passive solar building; Solar livestock and poultry pen; Photovoltaic electricity generation; Micro hydropower power generation; High efficient hollow-heated Kang; High efficient stoves; Small wind turbine power generation; Energy saving technology for agricultural product processing. • Transfer of biogas power generation technology from Europe to China • Dissemination of project results Total budget: € 5.3 million Funding sources: Netherlands Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: on-going from 9 Jan 2003 to 31 Dec 2007 Regions covered: East Asia. Countries covered: China Cities/provinces covered: Sichuan, Hubei, Hunan, Gansu Implementing agencies: Ministry of Agriculture, CAREI (NGO) Main contact person: Martien A. Beek First Secretary Development Cooperation Royal Netherlands Embassy (+86 10) 85320243 (+86 10) 85320243 pek-ea@minbuza.nl Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Project components Policy and strategies devt. Awareness raising Capacity building Equipment support Areas of focus Renewable Energy

Proponent: Royal Swedish Academy Engineering Project title: Cooperation on Renewable Energy and Environment
Main objectives and outputs: This project aims at enhancing the knowledge and skills within renewable energy at relevant academic institutions, decision-making bodies and industries in China, through an exchange programme between Sweden and China. The exchange programme will focus on technology development, policy, legislation, awareness and other means of developing and promoting the use of renewable energy. Bio-energy has been identified as one of the key interest areas. Total budget: € 0.33 million Project components Policy and strategies devt. Awareness raising Capacity building Areas of focus Renewable Energy

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Funding sources: Sweden Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Regions covered: East Asia. Countries covered: China Cities/provinces covered: Beijing Implementing agencies: Chinese Academy of Engineering Main contact person: Annika Siwertz First Secretary Development Section Royal Swedish Academy Engineering +86 10 68 57 03 20 +86 10 68 52 26 62 annika.siwertz@foreign.ministry.se Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable):

Proponent: Shanghai Academy of Environmental Sciences (SAES) Project title: Low Carbon Development and Co-benefit in Shanghai
Main objectives and outputs: The objective of this study is mainly to development a long-term strategy of low carbon or low emission development for Shanghai Municipality by integrating energy utilization, air quality management, and public health. Total budget: $50,000.00 Funding sources: US Energy Foundation Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Completed, 2003 Regions covered: East Asia. Countries covered: China Cities/provinces covered: Shanghai Implementing agencies: Main contact person: Changhong Chen Team Leader Shanghai Academy of Environmental Sciences (SAES) +86-21-5464 1938 or +86-21-6408 5119 ex 2506 +86-21-6484 7827 chench@saes.sh.cn Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Country/City 1: Shanghai Main Responsible Organization: Shanghai Academy of Environmental Sciences Contact Person: Changhong CHEN Job Title: Team Leader Tel No. +86-21-5464 1938 or +86-21-6408 5119 ex 2506 Fax No. +86-21-6484 7827 Email: chench@saes.sh.cn Website of Organization: http://www.saes.sh.cn Project components Policy and strategies devt. Data gathering and analysis Awareness raising Capacity building Areas of focus AQ monitoring Ambient AQ monitoring Emissions inventory Climate change mitigation (cobenefits approach) Transport sector (co-benefits) Energy sector (co-benefits) Stationary sources Monitoring for stationary sources Policies for stationary sources Health effects

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Proponent: Shanghai Academy of Environmental Sciences (SAES) Project title: Shanghai Mobile Source Emissions Inventory Study
Main objectives and outputs: The objective of this study is to determine the on-road fraction of each vehicle type operating in different areas within Shanghai. This requires information on both the fraction of vehicles in each class (passenger vehicles, taxis, mopeds, buses, or trucks) and the technology distribution within each class (engine size, vehicle age, and emissions control technology). To collect information on the former piece of data, video road surveys were conducted to identify the fraction of travel in each vehicle class. For the latter, parking lot surveys are conducted to determine the types of technologies within each vehicle class. The video survey allows a continuous picture of all lanes of a roadway where an accurate count of each class of vehicle can be conducted. The parking lot surveys allow for individual inspection of each vehicle to determine the odometer reading, engine size, drive train, control technology and model year. This data can then be combined to get an overall fleet travel distribution for each area in Shanghai. Total budget: $60,000.00 Funding sources: 1. Shell Foundation 2. Shanghai Municipal Government Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Completed April 2005 Regions covered: East Asia. Countries covered: China Cities/provinces covered: Shanghai Implementing agencies: Main contact person: Changhong Chen Team Leader Shanghai Academy of Environmental Sciences (SAES) +86-21-5464 1938 or +86-21-6408 5119 ex 2506 +86-21-6484 7827 chench@saes.sh.cn Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Country/City 1: Shanghai Main Responsible Organization: Shanghai Academy of Environmental Sciences Contact Person: Changhong CHEN Job Title: Team Leader Tel No. +86-21-5464 1938 or +86-21-6408 5119 ex 2506 Fax No. +86-21-6484 7827 Email: chench@saes.sh.cn Website of Organization: http://www.saes.sh.cn Project components Data gathering and analysis Awareness raising Capacity building Areas of focus AQ monitoring Ambient AQ monitoring Emissions inventory Mobile sources Public transport Rail transport Bus transport Non-motorized transport Inspection and maintenance Gasoline Diesel CNG/LPG

Proponent: Shanghai Academy of Environmental Sciences (SAES) Project title: Sustainable Transport Indicators- from Raw Data to Indicators, Shanghai China
Main objectives and outputs: The objective of this study is to set-up an indicator system for sustainable transport in Shanghai, China. This indicator system is going to build on the information from social economic devilment historically, transportation system in Shanghai, and air quality management. The indicator system will be used for sustainability review of historical situation, trend analysis for the future, and policy recommendations for sustainable development in the long-term. Total budget: $100,000.00 Project components Policy and strategies devt. Data gathering and analysis Awareness raising Capacity building Areas of focus

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Funding sources: 1. Shell Foundation 2. Shanghai Municipal Government Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: On-going Regions covered: East Asia. Countries covered: China Cities/provinces covered: Shanghai Implementing agencies: Main contact person: Changhong Chen Team Leader Shanghai Academy of Environmental Sciences (SAES) +86-21-5464 1938 or +86-21-6408 5119 ex 2506 +86-21-6484 7827 chench@saes.sh.cn Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Country/City 1: Shanghai Main Responsible Organization: Shanghai Academy of Environmental Sciences Contact Person: Changhong CHEN Job Title: Team Leader Tel No. +86-21-5464 1938 or +86-21-6408 5119 ex 2506 Fax No. +86-21-6484 7827 Email: chench@saes.sh.cn Website of Organization: http://www.saes.sh.cn AQ monitoring Ambient AQ monitoring Roadside AQ monitoring Emissions inventory Mobile sources Public transport Rail transport Bus transport Non-motorized transport Inspection and maintenance Fuels Gasoline Diesel

Proponent: Shanghai Academy of Environmental Sciences (SAES) Project title: Transportation Situation and Traffic Air Pollution Status in Shanghai
Main objectives and outputs: The purpose of this study is to establish the relationship between economic development and vehicle population, and vehicle pollutions. It bases on the surveys of vehicle driving behavior, vehicle technology, air pollution and epidemiology. According to recent research of transportation agency and prediction results of vehicle population, an international vehicle emission (IVE) model and air quality models is built for analyzing vehicle emission control and emission scenarios, study exposure level in air pollution and do relative health benefit analysis. Total budget: $65,000.00 Funding sources: US Energy Foundation Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Completed 2003 Regions covered: East Asia. Countries covered: China Cities/provinces covered: Shanghai Implementing agencies: Main contact person: Changhong Chen Team Leader Shanghai Academy of Environmental Sciences (SAES) +86-21-5464 1938 or +86-21-6408 5119 ex 2506 +86-21-6484 7827 chench@saes.sh.cn Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Country/City 1: Shanghai Main Responsible Organization: Shanghai Academy of Environmental Sciences Contact Person: Changhong CHEN Job Title: Team Leader Project components Policy and strategies devt. Data gathering and analysis Awareness raising Capacity building Areas of focus AQ monitoring Ambient AQ monitoring Roadside AQ monitoring Emissions inventory Mobile sources Public transport Rail transport Bus transport Non-motorized transport Inspection and maintenance Gasoline Diesel CNG/LPG Road infrastructure Climate change mitigation (cobenefits approach) Transport sector (co-benefits) Energy sector (co-benefits) Health effects

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Tel No. +86-21-5464 1938 or +86-21-6408 5119 ex 2506 Fax No. +86-21-6484 7827 Email: chench@saes.sh.cn Website of Organization: http://www.saes.sh.cn

Proponent: Shanghai Academy of Environmental Sciences (SAES) Project title: Vehicle emission control and health benefit, Shanghai China
Main objectives and outputs: The purpose of this study is to establish the relationship between economic development and vehicle population, set up the exposure–response relation of air pollution, according to the new situation of economic development and vehicle increase. It bases on the surveys of vehicle driving behavior, vehicle technology, air pollution and epidemiology. According to recent research of transportation agency and prediction results of vehicle population, an international vehicle emission (IVE) model and air quality models is used for analyzing vehicle emission control and emission scenarios, study exposure level in air pollution and do relative health benefit analysis. Total budget: $70,000.00 Funding sources: US Energy Foundation Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: On-going Regions covered: East Asia. Countries covered: China Cities/provinces covered: Shanghai Implementing agencies: Main contact person: Changhong Chen Team Leader Shanghai Academy of Environmental Sciences (SAES) +86-21-6484 7827 chench@saes.sh.cn Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Country/City 1: Shanghai Main Responsible Organization: Shanghai Academy of Environmental Sciences Contact Person: Changhong CHEN Job Title: Team Leader Tel No. +86-21-5464 1938 or +86-21-6408 5119 ex 2506 Fax No. +86-21-6484 7827 Email: chench@saes.sh.cn Website of Organization: http://www.saes.sh.cn Project components Policy and strategies devt. Data gathering and analysis Awareness raising Capacity building Areas of focus AQ monitoring Ambient AQ monitoring Roadside AQ monitoring Emissions inventory Mobile sources Public transport Rail transport Bus transport Non-motorized transport Inspection and maintenance Gasoline Diesel CNG/LPG Health effects

Proponent: Sino-Italian Cooperation Program for Environmental Protection Project title: Air Pollutant Emissions Monitoring (APEM), Shanghai, P.R. China
Main objectives and outputs: The ―Air pollutant emission monitoring‖ project (APEM) aims at establishing an effective decision support system to control air pollution and to improve air quality in the Municipality of Shanghai, addressing in particular atmospheric emissions generated by traffic, construction activities and large coal-fired boilers. The Italian scientific expertise has been requested to assist the Municipality of Shanghai in Project components Policy and strategies devt. Data gathering and analysis Capacity building Equipment support

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understanding the contribution to the pollution in the urban area of Shanghai from these three important sources and in suggesting the best technological and methodological approach to measure the effectiveness of control measures. The implementing agencies are jointly setting up a comprehensive system for the evaluation of fugitive emissions of particulate matter from construction sites, developing a prototype system to chase polluting cars and establishing a complete set of QA/QC procedures for the continuous monitoring of emissions from large industrial boilers. Total budget: €1.167.000 Funding sources: Italian Ministry for Environment and Territory Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Ongoing Regions covered: East Asia. Countries covered: China Cities/provinces covered: Shanghai Implementing agencies: Shanghai Environmental Protection Bureau Shanghai Environmental Monitoring Center Main contact person: Maria Pia Ancora Project Supervisor Sino-Italian Cooperation Program for Environmental Protection +86 21 6110 4860 +86 21 6110 4861 mariapia@dimitri.it Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Country/ City 1: Italy Main Responsible Organization: Italian Institute for Atmospheric Pollution Contact Person: Francesca Costabile Job Title: Project Coordinator Tel. No.: +39 (06) 90672280 Fax No.: +39 (06) 90672660 Email: costabile@iia.cnr.it Website of Organization: www.iia.cnr.it Country/ City 2: P.R. China Main Responsible Organization: Shanghai Environmental Monitoring Center Contact Person: Fu Qingyan Job Title: Project Coordinator Tel No. +86 21 64399909 Fax No. +86 (021) 64393639 Email: qingyanf@semc.com.cn Website of Organization: http://www.semc.com.cn/home/en/semc_english.asp Areas of focus AQ monitoring Ambient AQ monitoring Roadside AQ monitoring Stationary sources Monitoring for stationary sources

Proponent: Sino-Italian Cooperation Program for Environmental Protection Project title: Air Pollution Monitoring Improvement (AQMI), Urumqi, Xinjiang, P.R. China
Main objectives and outputs: Recommendations to the city of Wulumuqi for improving air quality management through capacity building activities and training in China and in leading Italian Institutes addressed in particular to policy makers and to the technical cadres. A preliminary assessment of air pollution through low-cost and highly effective supplementary techniques (diffusive samplers) for several atmospheric pollutants (Analyst®) deployed in the urban area. design. Optimisation of the existing AQMS, assistance in procurement and network AQ monitoring Ambient AQ monitoring Roadside AQ monitoring Project components Policy and strategies devt. Data gathering and analysis Awareness raising Capacity building Equipment support Areas of focus

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bring benefits also in terms of sustainable mobility and traffic related pollution in a very special and important region of China. Total budget: €500.000 Funding sources: Italian Ministry for Environment and Territory Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Regions covered: East Asia. Countries covered: China Cities/provinces covered: Implementing agencies: State Environnemental Protection Administration /FECO Urumqi Environnemental Protection Bureau Urumqi Environnemental Monitoring Center Main contact person: Maria Pia Ancora Project Supervisor Sino-Italian Cooperation Program for Environmental Protection +86 21 6110 4860 +86 21 6110 4861 mariapia@dimitri.it Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Country/ City 1: Italy Main Responsible Organization: Italian Institute for Atmospheric Pollution Contact Person: Francesca Costabile Job Title: Project Coordinator Tel. No.: +39 (06) 90672280 Fax No.: +39 (06) 90672660 Email: costabile@iia.cnr.it Website of Organization: www.iia.cnr.it Country/ City 2: P.R. China Main Responsible Organization: Urumqi Environmental Protection Bureau Contact Person: Ren Hongyan Job Title: Project Coordinator Tel No. +86 991 4640483 Email: ren.hongyan@sepa.gov.cn Stationary sources Monitoring for stationary sources

Proponent: Sino-Italian Cooperation Program for Environmental Protection Project title: Air Quality Monitoring System (AQMS), Suzhou, Jangsu, P.R. China
Main objectives and outputs: •To establish a complete AQMS facility providing data collection analysis and elaboration; •To provide direct and rapid transfer of innovation in the field of air pollution monitoring; •To carry out an extensive training program on AQMS •To build a model for the management of the AQMS service in other Chinese cities; •To support Chinese authorities in the policy making process to elaborate appropriate guidelines in the field of Air Quality; •To build up a feasible economic and financial model to facilitate the investment for the AQMS service in other Chinese cities; •To enforce public health protection, including accurate and precise data collection for epidemiological or long and short trend studies; •To achieve an Italian technology transfer and to build up Chinese scientific and capacity and capability; •To be coherent with Chinese sustainable development strategies; •To ensure integration of economic, social and environmental dimensions of sustainable development in the design and implementation of the project. Total budget: €6.485.000 Funding sources: 1. Italian Ministry of the Environment and Territory Project components Policy and strategies devt. Data gathering and analysis Awareness raising Capacity building Equipment support Areas of focus AQ monitoring Ambient AQ monitoring Roadside AQ monitoring Emissions inventory Source apportionment Climate change mitigation (cobenefits approach) Transport sector (co-benefits) Transboundary sources Monitoring transboundary sources

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2. CNR-IIA 3. China SEPA Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Ongoing since 2002 Regions covered: East Asia. Countries covered: China Cities/provinces covered: Suzhou (Jangsu Province) Implementing agencies: -Foreign Economy Cooperation Office (FECO) of the China State Environmental Protection Administration (SEPA) -Municipality of Suzhou -Suzhou Environmental Protection Bureau -Suzhou Environmental Monitoring Center Main contact person: Maria Pia Ancora Project Supervisor Sino-Italian Cooperation Program for Environmental Protection +86 21 6110 4860 +86 21 6110 4861 mariapia@dimitri.it Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Country/ City 1: Italy - Rome Main Responsible Organization: Italian National Research Council- Institute for Atmospheric Pollution (CNR-IIA) Contact Person: Francesca Costabile Job Title: Project Manager Tel. No.: +39 (06) 90672280 Fax No.: +39 (06) 90672660 Email: costabile@iia.cnr.it Website of Organization: www.iia.cnr.it Country/ City 2: P.R. China - Shanghai Main Responsible Organization: Suzhou Environmental Monitoring Center Contact Person: Hong Weimin Job Title: Director Tel No. +86 512 68262521 Fax No. +86 512 68262443 Email: uuhongwm@public1.sz.js.cn Stationary sources Monitoring for stationary sources Health effects

Proponent: Sino-Italian Cooperation Program for Environmental Protection Project title: Air Quality Monitoring System a (AQMS), Shanghai, P.R. China
Main objectives and outputs: - To carry out an extensive training program on AQMS - To build a model for the management of the AQMS service in other Chinese cities - To support Chinese authorities in the policy making process to elaborate appropriate guidelines in the field of Air Quality - To enforce public health protection, including accurate and precise data collection - To achieve an Italian technology transfer and to build up Chinese scientific and capacity and capability - To be coherent with Chinese sustainable development strategies - To ensure integration of economic, social and environmental dimensions of sustainable development in the design and implementation of the project. Total budget: $595,000.00 Funding sources: Italian Ministry of the Environment and Territory2. CNR-IIA3. China SEPA Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: 2005 to 2006 Regions covered: East Asia. Countries covered: China Cities/provinces covered: Shanghai Project components Policy and strategies devt. Data gathering and analysis Awareness raising Capacity building Equipment support Areas of focus AQ monitoring Ambient AQ monitoring Roadside AQ monitoring Emissions inventory Source apportionment Climate change mitigation (cobenefits approach) Transport sector (co-benefits)

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Implementing agencies: -Foreign Economy Cooperation Office (FECO) of the China State Environmental Protection Administration (SEPA) -Municipality of Shanghai/Shanghai Environmental Protection Bureau/Shanghai Environmental Monitoring Center Main contact person: Francesca Costabile Project Manager Sino-Italian Cooperation Program for Environmental Protection 39 (06) 90672280 39 (06) 90672660 costabile@iia.cnr.it Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Country/ City 1: Italy – Rome Main Responsible Organization: Italian National Research Council- Institute for Atmospheric Pollution (CNR-IIA) Contact Person: Francesca Costabile Job Title: Project Manager Tel. No.: +39 (06) 90672280 Fax No.: +39 (06) 90672660 Email: costabile@iia.cnr.it Website of Organization: www.iia.cnr.it Country/ City 2: P.R. China – Shanghai Main Responsible Organization: Sino-Italian Cooperation Program for Environment Protection – Program Management Office Job Title: Project Supervisor Tel No. +86 21 62488600 Fax No. +86 21 62482169 Email: mariapia@dimitri.it Website of Organization: www.iia.cnr.it

Proponent: Sino-Italian Cooperation Program for Environmental Protection Project title: Air Quality Monitoring System and Greenhousegases Emission Inventory (AQMSGHGI), Lanzhou, Gansu, P.R. China
Main objectives and outputs: •To complete the local AQMS facility providing data collection analysis and elaboration; •To provide direct and rapid transfer of innovation in the field of air pollution monitoring; •To carry out an extensive training program on AQMS •To build a model for the management of the AQMS service in other Chinese cities; •To support Chinese authorities in the policy making process to elaborate appropriate guidelines in the field of Air Quality; •To build up a feasible economic and financial model to facilitate the investment for the AQMS service in other Chinese cities; •To enforce public health protection, including accurate and precise data collection for epidemiological or long and short trend studies; •To achieve an Italian technology transfer and to build up Chinese scientific and capacity and capability; •To be coherent with Chinese sustainable development strategies; •To ensure integration of economic, social and environmental dimensions of sustainable development in the design and implementation of the project. Total budget: €1.500.000 Funding sources: 1. Italian Ministry of the Environment and Territory 2. CNR-IIA 3. China SEPA Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Ongoing since 2004 Regions covered: East Asia. Project components Policy and strategies devt. Data gathering and analysis Awareness raising Capacity building Equipment support Areas of focus AQ monitoring Ambient AQ monitoring Roadside AQ monitoring Emissions inventory Source apportionment Mobile sources Climate change mitigation (cobenefits approach) Transport sector (co-benefits) Transboundary sources Monitoring transboundary sources

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Countries covered: China Cities/provinces covered: Lanzhou, Gansu Province Implementing agencies: -Foreign Economy Cooperation Office (FECO) of the China State Environmental Protection Administration (SEPA) -Municipality of Lanzhou/Lanzhou Environmental Protection agency/Lanzhou Environmental Monitoring Center Main contact person: Maria Pia Ancora Project Supervisor Sino-Italian Cooperation Program for Environmental Protection +86 21 6110 4860 +86 21 6110 4861 mariapia@dimitri.it Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Country/ City 1: Italy - Rome Main Responsible Organization: Italian National Research Council- Institute for Atmospheric Pollution (CNR-IIA) Contact Person: Francesca Costabile Job Title: Project Manager Tel. No.: +39 (06) 90672280 Fax No.: +39 (06) 90672660 Email: costabile@iia.cnr.it Website of Organization: www.iia.cnr.it Country/ City 2: P.R. China - Lanzhou Main Responsible Organization: Lanzhou Environmental Monitoring Center Contact Person: Wang Qing Mei Job Title: Project Coordinator Tel No. +86 931 8832827 Fax No. +86 931 8884615 Email: xuelin001@hotmail.com

Proponent: Sino-Italian Cooperation Program for Environmental Protection Project title: Chemical Laboratory & Olympic Village Monitoring, Beijing, P.R. China
Main objectives and outputs: Provide tools to accurately monitor and evaluate industrial pollutants, environmental air quality and to effectively manage possible environmental emergencies. Engineering and supply of an advanced environmental monitoring system in the Olympic village, composed of an advanced chemical laboratory, three mobile units (one for emergency purposes, one for industrial emissions and one for calibration activities) a fixed station equipped with the most sophisticated equipment. Total budget: €4.2 million Funding sources: Italian Ministry for Environment and Territory Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Ongoing since 2004 Regions covered: East Asia. Countries covered: China Cities/provinces covered: Beijing Implementing agencies: Beijing Environmental Protection Bureau, Beijing Municipal Environmental Monitoring Center Main contact person: Maria Pia Ancora Project Supervisor Sino-Italian Cooperation Program for Environmental Protection Project components Data gathering and analysis Capacity building Equipment support Areas of focus AQ monitoring Ambient AQ monitoring Roadside AQ monitoring Indoor air pollution Stationary sources Monitoring for stationary sources

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+86 21 6110 4860 +86 21 6110 4861 mariapia@dimitri.it Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Country/ City 1: Italy Main Responsible Organization: Italian Institute for Atmospheric Pollution Contact Person: Francesca Costabile Job Title: Project Coordinator Tel. No.: +39 (06) 90672280 Fax No.: +39 (06) 90672660 Email: costabile@iia.cnr.it Website of Organization: www.iia.cnr.it Country/ City 2: P.R. China Main Responsible Organization: Beijng Environmental Monitoring Center Contact Person: Yu Jian Hua Job Title: Project Coordinator Tel No. +86 10 68487387 Email: yujianhua@bjmemc.com.cn

Proponent: Spanish Agency for International Cooperation (AECI); Institute for the Diversification and Saving of Energy (IDAE) Project title: Capacity-building on renewable energy
Main objectives and outputs: Total budget: € 0.45 million Funding sources: Spain Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Regions covered: East Asia. Countries covered: China and Spain Cities/provinces covered: China and Spain Implementing agencies: Ministry of Science & Technology (MOST); Development & Reform Commission (NDRC) Project components Capacity building Areas of focus Renewable Energy National

Main contact person: Jose L. Garcia-Baltasar Spanish Agency for International Cooperation (AECI); Institute for the Diversification and Saving of Energy (IDAE) aecicg@public3.bta.net.cn Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable):

Proponent: Spanish Agency for International Cooperation (AECI); Institute for the Diversification and Saving of Energy (IDAE) Project title: Promotion of solar energy in Inner Mongolia
Main objectives and outputs: Total budget: € 1 million Funding sources: Spain Project components

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Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Regions covered: East Asia. Countries covered: China Cities/provinces covered: Inner Mongolia Implementing agencies: Ministry of Science & Technology (MOST); China National Photolvotaic Technology Development Center (CPVP) Main contact person: Jose L. Garcia-Baltasar Spanish Agency for International Cooperation (AECI); Institute for the Diversification and Saving of Energy (IDAE) aecicg@public3.bta.net.cn Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable):

Proponent: Technical University Delft, Netherlands Project title: Asia pro Eco - ENER-C: Toward a better environment: implementation of energysaving buildings in China
Main objectives and outputs: The dissemination of European technologies to improve the energy performances of buildings in China and its effects on the reduction of Green House Gases (GHG) emissions is difficult to be implemented. This project will provide contribution to achieve both results by strengthening the relation and cooperation between universities and industries to speed up the transformation of new Green Building technologies to commercial products and increase the economic collaboration between Europe and China in the Sustainable Development field. The aim of the project is to improve environmental quality and promote technology dissemination; staff training aimed at reducing energy consumption in buildings as well as increase environmental concern in China. In addition, this project also helps to strengthen the relation and cooperation between universities and industries, raise awareness of opportunities in the sector and increase economic co-operation between Europe and China. Collection data and analysis; Evaluation of bio-based building material and sensors’ installation; Energy performance evaluation of the demo building; Knowledge dissemination Total budget: € 382,599 Funding sources: European Commission Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Regions covered: East Asia. Countries covered: China Cities/provinces covered: Beijing Implementing agencies: Tsinhua University Main contact person: Francesco Di Maio Faculty OCP Technical University Delft, Netherlands +31 15 2783688 F.DiMaio@WbMT.TUDelft.nl Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Project components Data gathering and analysis Awareness raising Areas of focus

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Proponent: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) Project title: Advanced Reburn System Pollution Control
Main objectives and outputs: EPA provided technical assistance to Chinese partners on advanced reburn technology for cost-effective control of NOx emissions from coal combustion sources. The boilers in the proposed facility have major slagging problems caused by the existing burners. Therefore, the proposed facility decided to eliminate the slagging problems by replacing the existing burners with low-NOx burners. The low NOx burners allow the facility to meet current NOx emission regulations without the need for the reburn system. Total budget: Funding sources: Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Regions covered: East Asia. Countries covered: China Cities/provinces covered: Implementing agencies: SEPA Main contact person: C.W. Lee U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Project components

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Proponent: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) Project title: Air Quality Management Assessment Project
Main objectives and outputs: 1. Collaborative assessment of China’s air quality management system using Shanghai as the demonstration city. Continue project in Beijing 2. Build capacity in Beijing and surrounding region to adapt and apply advanced tools to characterize current and future air quality and emissions, including emissions from stationary, area, and mobile sources, as well as greenhouse gases. 3. Enable evaluation of options for reducing and controlling emissions, including low-cost controls, pollution prevention, clean energy technologies, clean fuels and vehicles, and transportation management measures. Total budget: Funding sources: USEPA Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Started 1999, On-going Regions covered: East Asia. Countries covered: China Cities/provinces covered: Shanghai, Beijing Implementing agencies: China State Environmental Protection Agency: SEPA Main contact person: Charlene Spells U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) 1 (919) 541-5255 spells.charlene@epa.gov Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Project components

Areas of focus AQ monitoring Emissions inventory Mobile sources Public transport Rail transport

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Country/City 1: Shanghai Main Responsible Organization: Shanghai EPB, Shanghai SAES, Shanghai EMC Country/City 2: Beijing Main Responsible Organization: SEPA, CRAES, National Monitoring Center

Proponent: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) Project title: Air Toxics Program Training
Main objectives and outputs: The EPA has worked with Chinese environmental regulators to build capacity and transfer expertise on the US approach to regulating and controlling air toxics. At the request of the Shanghai Environmental Protection Bureau (SEPB), EPA staff from the Emission Standards Division of OAQPS visited Shanghai in November 2003 and provided a five-day training workshop on EPA’s air toxics program. In September 2005, EPA staff provided the same training to managers at the Chinese Research Academy of Environmental Sciences (CRAES) in Beijing. The EPA staff also provided case studies on regulatory development for specific industries in both training. Both workshops were well attended by regulators from federal agency (SEPA), provincial environmental bureaus, as well as research institutes. An outcome from the Shanghai workshop is the development of a comprehensive air toxics inventory from various industries by SEPB. EPA is exploring with CRAES opportunities for piloting air toxics regulatory development for some key industrial sectors. CRAES is interested in holding an annual conference on regulatory development based on the multi-pollutant approach. The Chinese also suggested EPA to consider providing air toxics training to staff at Guangzhou, another mega-city at the Pearl Delta Region. Total budget: Funding sources: Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Regions covered: East Asia. Countries covered: China Cities/provinces covered: Implementing agencies: SEPA Main contact person: Conrad Chin U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Project components

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Proponent: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) Project title: AIRNow Introduction and Air Quality Forecasting Training
Main objectives and outputs: EPA is working with the Shanghai Environmental Protection Bureau and partner institutes to build capacity for air quality forecasting and reporting, modeled after the successful AIRNow program. EPA’s AIRNow program provides real-time air quality data and forecasts in the U.S. and Canada on a year-round basis. Three days of training and policy/technical discussions related to air quality forecasting and reporting were conducted with Shanghai. Two days of additional training and meetings were provided to other interested China districts. Shanghai has requested more detailed and advanced training for 2006, and is being considered for piloting the AIRNow – International program. Project components

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Total budget: Funding sources: Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Regions covered: East Asia. Countries covered: China Cities/provinces covered: Implementing agencies: SEPA Main contact person: Chet Wayland U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable):

Proponent: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) Project title: Asia Persistent Organic Pollutants from Combustion
Main objectives and outputs: Support for worldwide efforts to reduce Persistent Organic Pollutants released to the global environment, especially unintentional POPs released through combustion. Workshop in Shanghai planned for October 18-20, 2004, to be followed by a conference on combustion and incineration at Zhejiang University in Hangzhou on October 21-23, 2004 Total budget: Funding sources: USEPA Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Started 2000, On-going, End 2005 Regions covered: East Asia. Countries covered: China Cities/provinces covered: Implementing agencies: Main contact person: Robert E. Hall U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) 1 (919) 541-2477 hall.bob@epa.gov Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Country/City 1: China Main Responsible Organization: SEPA, Shanghai EPB, Zhejiang University Project components

Areas of focus AQ monitoring Source apportionment Mobile sources Public transport Rail transport

Proponent: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) Project title: Assessment of Mercury Emissions and Use
Main objectives and outputs: EPA is providing technical assistance to Chinese partners for the assessment of mercury emissions and use in China. The project is a collaboration effort involving the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE), and the U.S. Geological Survey in the U.S., and State Environmental Protection Agency (SEPA), Ministry of Science and Technology (MOST), Tsinghua University, Zheijiang University, the Institute of Geochemistry, and Global Village Project components

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Beijing in China. The effort includes: 1) technical advice/assistance provided to Zhejiang University on source characterization and emissions inventory for coal-fired power plants; 2) training to Chinese scientists on harmonization of methods and instrumentation for mercury measurements; 3) technical assistance provided to SEPA on source characterization and emissions inventory for cement kilns; and 4) technical assistance provided to SEPA on reducing use of mercury containing products and wastes in health care facilities throughout China using the U.S.-based Hospitals for a Healthy Environment (H2E) Program. Progress: A workshop supported by US EPA, US DOE., SEPA and MOST in China, Environment Canada, and Japanese National Institute for Environmental Studies, for addressing the issue of mercury control from coal fired utilities in China, was held in Beijing, China, in November 2005. The workshop provided the Chinese government and other stakeholders information on mercury co-benefit and multi-pollutant reduction opportunities, as well as emerging mercury control technologies and other related information such as stack and ambient monitoring methods and residue management. EPA continues to provide technical advice to Zhejiang University on their project to measure Hg emissions from coal-fired boilers supported by MOST. EPA is assisting SEPA to measure dioxin emissions from cement kilns, and emissions of toxic metals including Hg, As, and Se are also added to this project focusing on POPs. The Global Village of Beijing mercury communications video, where grant funding was provided by EPA, has been completed and portions aired on Chinese television. A full viewing is planned in near future. Plans: 1) a possible multi-pollutant workshop in Spring of '07 addressing SO2, NOx, PM and Hg from coal-fired power plants as follow-up to last year's mercury workshop; 2) training and consultation to Chinese scientists on ambient mercury monitoring equipment as part of a planned Italian-led monitoring/modeling project in Suzhou that is expected to be part of the UNEP Transport and Fate Partnership. Total budget: Funding sources: USEPA Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Started 2003, On-going Regions covered: East Asia. Countries covered: China Cities/provinces covered: Implementing agencies: Main contact person: C.W. Lee and Marilyn Engle U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) 1 (919) 541-7663 (C.W. Lee) and 1 (202) 564-6472 (Marilyn Engle) lee.chun-wai@epamail.epa.gov and engle.marilyn@epamail.epa.gov Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Country/City 1: China Main Responsible Organization: SEPA, Institute for Thermal Power Engineering, Zhajiang University, MOST, Tsinghua University, Institute of Geochemistry, Global Village Beijing Mobile sources

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Proponent: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) Project title: Beijing Olympics Air Quality Subgroup
Main objectives and outputs: Addresses air quality management in greater Beijing region, including monitoring, emissions inventories, modeling, control strategy development.EPA and SEPA co-hosted a conference on regional air quality management in Beijing in October 2005. The Beijing Municipal Environmental Protection Bureau (BMEPB) participated actively in this conference, as did officials from several surrounding regions. In November 2005, EPA and BMEPB launched a diesel retrofit project.EPA will remain committed to implementing our joint diesel retrofit project. The regional air quality management work will focus on demonstrating approaches over a multi-provincial region to achieve regional air quality improvements affecting air quality in Beijing. We are also exploring three additional areas of possible collaboration: A project to capture methane emissions from key landfills around Beijing to fuel natural-gas garbage trucks the city has bought to run during the Olympics; several options to incorporate energy efficiency more thoroughly into the design plans for the Beijing Olympic Village; and providing technical support for a BMEPB study to characterize regional air quality. Total budget: Funding sources: Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Regions covered: East Asia. Countries covered: China Cities/provinces covered: Implementing agencies: SEPA Main contact person: Jacob Moss U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Project components

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Proponent: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) Project title: China Air Quality Modeling and Emission Inventory Projects
Main objectives and outputs: The Air Quality Modeling and Emission Inventory pilot projects initiated in FY’2003 are aimed at conducting a national/regional modeling assessment demonstration in China as well as building capacity and transferring technology on air quality modeling and emission tools to Chinese scientists to provide scientific assessment of regional and urban air quality issues related to the formation and transport of PM, ozone, acid rains, visibility and air toxics in China. The initial focused regions for collaboration include Beijing/Tianjin/Bohai region, Shanghai/Yangtze River Delta (YRD) region, and Guangzhou/Pearl River Delta (PRD) region. 2005 Accomplishments (1) Completed Beijing air quality modeling and emissions project using local developed emissions and conducted assessment of regional impact of PM and ozone to urban air quality; initiating Shanghai air quality modeling and emissions projects using local developed emissions (2) Provided a hands-on training workshop on China air quality modeling and emission inventory in Beijing in September (3) Assisted in the development of an ―Air Quality Management Decision Support System‖ for Beijing and China leveraging with a World Bank sponsored effort for conducting policy-relevant modeling assessment for air quality planning in Beijing Olympic Project components Policy and strategies devt. Data gathering and analysis Awareness raising Capacity building Areas of focus AQ monitoring Emissions inventory Mobile sources Public transport Rail transport Climate change mitigation (cobenefits approach) Transboundary sources Policies for transboundary sources Stationary sources Policies for stationary sources

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2008. (4) Coordinated jointly with SEPA and EU a ―Regional Air Quality Management Conference‖ in Beijing in October 2005 to initiate dialogues and follow-up actions on regional air pollution issues in China (5) Participated in a ―Pearl River Delta (PRD) Regional Air Pollution Workshop‖ held in May in Guangzhou hosted by Hong Kong EPD and Guangzhou EPB. (6) Extended collaboration with scientists and policy makers in Pearl River Delta (PRD) Region using the Beijing and Shanghai experience 2006 Plans (1) Complete Shanghai pilot modeling projects using local developed emissions (2) Initiate PRD pilot modeling projects using local developed emissions (3) Host/sponsor jointly with SEPA a ―Regional Air Pollution Workshop‖ in Shanghai or Beijing in October 2006 to continue dialogues and follow-up actions on regional air pollution issues in China (4) Organize a workshop on ―Improving China Regional Emission Inventory‖ in Guangzhou in March 2006 (5) Assist in completing the development of ―Air Quality Management Decision Support System‖ for Beijing Olympics and in training to Beijing EPB on conducting policyrelevant modeling assessment for air quality planning in Olympic 2008. (6) Conduct a hands-on training workshop on China air quality modeling and emission inventory in Guangzhou in the winter of 2006 Total budget: $225,000.00 Funding sources: USEPA Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Started 2002, On-going until 2006 Regions covered: East Asia. Countries covered: China Cities/provinces covered: Beijing/Tianjin/Bohairegion, Shanghai/Yangtze River Delta (YRD) region, and Guangzhou/Pearl River Delta (PRD) region Implementing agencies: US Environmental Protection Agency Main contact person: Carey Jang Senior Environmental Scientist U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) 1 (919) 541-5638 1 (919) 541-0044 jang.carey@epa.gov Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Country/ City 1: China/Beijing Main Responsible Organization: SEPA, Beijing EPB, Tsinghua, CRAES Country/ City 2: China/Shanghai and China/Guangzhou Main Responsible Organization: Shanghai EPB, Shanghai Academy of Environmental Sciences, Shanghai Environmental Monitoring Center; Guangzhou Environmental Monitoring Center, South China Univ. of Technology, Zhongshan University, HKEPD, HKUST

Proponent: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) Project title: China Coal Mine Methane Commercialization Program
Main objectives and outputs: Cooperative project with the China Coal Information Institute to fund the China Coalbed Methane Clearinghouse to conduct important outreach efforts to promote the recovery and use of coal mine methane: (1) reduce greenhouse gas emissions from China’s coal sector; (2) to make use of an otherwise wasted energy resource, and (3) to improve local and regional air quality by substituting methane for coal. Outreach efforts include technical workshops and international symposia, publication of a bilingual website and newsletter, publication of a technical journal, preparation of study reports, an investment guide, and a Project components

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feasibility analysis for use of ventilation air methane; study tours and training; and development of project-level pre-feasibility and feasibility studies. Total budget: Funding sources: Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Regions covered: East Asia. Countries covered: China Cities/provinces covered: Implementing agencies: SEPA Main contact person: Pamela Franklin U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable):

Proponent: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) Project title: China minimum energy-efficiency standards and comparison label
Main objectives and outputs: This is a highly cost-effective effort which both achieves substantial energy and GHG reductions directly and builds permanent capacity which will achieve indirect reductions in the future. Standards and Labels in place are projected to reduce GHG by 11.3 MMTCE annually (in 2010). EPA and other sponsors support technical assistance and capacity building in CNIS and other Chinese institutions to support effective implementation of minimum energy efficiency standards and informational labels for appliances and other equipment. EPA assistance in 2005 focused on creating standards for gas water heaters and external power supplies; standards have been completed for commercial and room AC units and refrigerators. The activity is coordinated with and complementary to EPA’s voluntary energy-efficiency labeling cooperation with CECP. Total budget: Funding sources: Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Regions covered: East Asia. Countries covered: China Cities/provinces covered: Implementing agencies: SEPA Main contact person: Paul Schwengels U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Project components

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Proponent: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) Project title: China Workshop on Mercury Control from Coal Combustion
Main objectives and outputs: Hold a workshop in China to provide China and other stakeholders with information on mercury co-benefit and multi-pollutant reduction opportunities, and emerging mercury Project components

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control technologies. Coal combustion in Asia, China in particular, is believed to account for a significant portion of the global mercury emissions. The workshop will present and discuss management strategies and technological solutions to reduce mercury emissions from coal-fired boilers. Total budget: Funding sources: Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Regions covered: East Asia. Countries covered: China Cities/provinces covered: Implementing agencies: SEPA Areas of focus

Main contact person: Robert E. Hall U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) (1 919)541-2477 hall.bob@epa.gov Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable):

Proponent: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) Project title: China-US Partnership in Industrial Pollution Prevention and Energy Efficiency
Main objectives and outputs: Cooperative agreement with SEPA to develop voluntary industry-government partnership programs to promote industrial pollution prevention and energy efficiency. Based on the evaluation of the pilot programs in Shandong, Liaoning, Guangdong, and Shanxi provinces, SEPA developed a national program. In the fall of 2003, SEPA launched nationwide the ―China Environmentally Friendly Enterprise (CEFE)‖ recognition program, modeled on EPA’s National Environmental Performance Track. As of September, 2003, 135 companies had applied; 30 CEFE companies will be announced by summer, 2004. An indepth pilot technical assistance program is underway in Xinjiang Utghur Autonomous Region to build capacity to provide industrial pollution prevention and energy efficiency assistance to facilities. Total budget: Funding sources: USEPA Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Started 1999, On-going Regions covered: East Asia. Countries covered: China Cities/provinces covered: Implementing agencies: SEPA Main contact person: Suzanne Gianini-Spohn U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) 1 (202) 564-3907 1 (202) 565-2411 gianini-spohn.suzanne@epa.gov Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Country/City 1: China Main Responsible Organization: SEPA Project components

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Proponent: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) Project title: Clean Fuels and Vehicles – Multi-Project Partnership
Main objectives and outputs: Pursuant to a signed EPA-SEPA work plan, numerous integrated fuels and vehicles projects will be developed and implemented. These include: Beijing diesel retrofit, Advanced vehicle technologies, Training, training trainers, OBD, Fuel quality (sulfur in fuels), Non-road regulations, In-use vehicle compliance, Sustainable transportation, New clean vehicles, Fuel efficiency, Voluntary programs, Capacity buildingThis integrated set of projects will assist China in taking a holistic approach to achieving fuel and vehicle emissions reductions. Total budget: Funding sources: Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Regions covered: East Asia. Countries covered: China Cities/provinces covered: Implementing agencies: SEPA Main contact person: Sue Stendebach U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) (1 202) 343-9532 stendebach.sue@epa.gov Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Project components

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Proponent: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) Project title: Coal Mine Methane Commercialization Program
Main objectives and outputs: Commercialize the recovery of methane from coal mines in China, in order to reduce greenhouse gases, improve regional air quality, advance local economic development and investment, and improve mine safety. EPA and China collaborate on: Marketing project business plans prepared with coal companies; advising financial institutions on the best projects to finance; hosting technical training workshops (in Spring of each year) for Chinese mining executives on marketing their projects to foreign companies and understanding the steps in securing financing; preparing an investment guide for companies; and hosting international symposia (in fall of each year). Total budget: Funding sources: USEPA Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Started 2002, On-going Regions covered: East Asia. Countries covered: China Cities/provinces covered: Implementing agencies: Main contact person: Clark Talkington U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) 1 (202) 343-9484 talkington.clark@epa.gov Project components

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Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Country/City 1: China Main Responsible Organization: State Administration of Coal Mine Safety Supervision, China Coal Information Institute

Proponent: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) Project title: Comprehensive Management of Dioxins/Furans from Cement Kilns in China
Main objectives and outputs: China produces almost half of the world's cement in largely unregulated, highly polluting cement kilns. The overall goal of the project is to reduce emissions of dioxins/furans, hexachlorobenzene (HCB) and polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs), which are unintentional by-products of incomplete combustion. The main objectives are to assist SEPA to train environmental officials in monitoring, analyzing and managing unintentional releases of persistent organic pollutants (POPs) from cement kilns; develop and deliver a training program for permitting and inspecting cement kilns; develop a national inventory of dioxins/furans emissions from cement kilns, beginning in two pilot provinces (Shandong and Xinjiang); develop China's National Implementation Plan (NIP) for reducing dioxins/furans emissions from cement production; and develop financing mechanisms and incentives for private sector investment to improve combustion efficiency and control particulate emissions from cement kilns. Total budget: Funding sources: Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Regions covered: East Asia. Countries covered: China Cities/provinces covered: Implementing agencies: SEPA Main contact person: Suzanne Giannini-Spohn U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) (1 202) 564-3907 giannini-spohn.suzanne@epa.gov Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Project components

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Proponent: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) Project title: Comprehensive Management of Unintentional Releases of Dioxins and Furans from Cement Kilns
Main objectives and outputs: China produces almost 40% of all cement in the world, and cement kilns (particularly those co-firing hazardous waste) can be a significant source of non-intentional releases of POPs, if not properly controlled and operated. SEPA is equipping a new dioxin laboratory, and in Phase 1 of this project, EPA will provide training and technical assistance to strengthen SEPA’s capacity to monitor, analyze, and manage unintentional POPs emissions, using cement kilns as a case study. Phase 2 will build capacity for China to develop strategies to control unintentional releases of PCDD/PCDF from cement kilns used in cement production, and those that are hazardous waste combustors; Phase 3 is a demonstration project for retrofitted cement kilns and for state-of-the-art kilns, implementing the strategies. Project components

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Total budget: Funding sources: USEPA Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Started 2004, On-going Regions covered: East Asia. Countries covered: China Cities/provinces covered: Implementing agencies: SEPA Main contact person: Suzanne Gianini-Spohn U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) 1 (202) 564-3907 gianini-spohn@epa.gov Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Not Specified

Proponent: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) Project title: Developing the Institutions and Infrastructure for Improved Air Quality Management and SO2 Emission Trading
Main objectives and outputs: • Technical and policy papers aimed at improving the infrastructure for emission trading programs • Emission trading registry for managing emission and Total Emission Control policy data • Training programs for policy design and operation • Training programs for the operation of dry deposition monitoring equipment • Data for more accurate cost-benefit analyses of emission trading programs Total budget: Funding sources: Not Specified Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Regions covered: East Asia. Countries covered: China Cities/provinces covered: Implementing agencies: SEPA Main contact person: Jeremy Schreifels Senior Policy Analyst U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) +1 202 343 9127 +1 202 343 2358 schreifels.jeremy@epa.gov Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Country/City 1: China Main Responsible Organization: SEPA Contact Person: Liu Bingjiang Website of Organization: www.zhb.gov.cn Project components Policy and strategies devt. Awareness raising Capacity building Areas of focus AQ monitoring Emissions inventory Source apportionment Stationary sources Monitoring for stationary sources Policies for stationary sources

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Proponent: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) Project title: Developing the Institutions and Infrastructure for Improved Air Quality Management and SO2 Emission Trading
Main objectives and outputs: Builds capacity to develop and implement environmental regulations and strengthens AQM, with the goal of building the institutions and infrastructure for SO2 emission trading. The primary areas of cooperation are: Emission measurement – improving CEM standards and developing alternative measurement requirements; Allocation – assessing different allocation approaches for the Total Emission Control policy implemented in 2000. The lessons are directly applicable to allocating allowances for an emission trading program.; Data systems – developing a computerized tracking system to collect and analyze emission data, and track the allocation (and, if emission trading is implemented, trades) of allowances or Total Emission Control quota.; Education – providing the tools and information necessary to educate stakeholders about emission trading. Total budget: Funding sources: Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Regions covered: East Asia. Countries covered: China Cities/provinces covered: Implementing agencies: SEPA Main contact person: Jeremy Schreifels U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) (1 202) 343-9127 schreifels.jeremy@epa.gov Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Project components

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Proponent: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) Project title: Economy-Environment-Health Modeling
Main objectives and outputs: With Dale Jorgenson and Mun Ho at Harvard and various Chinese collaborators, we have constructed and regularly updated a dynamic computable general equilibrium (CGE) model of the Chinese economy. The model has been used to look at the economic, environmental, and health effects of policies to reduce greenhouse gas emissions in China. A recent Harvard-Tsinghua project collected data on industrial emissions from a number of sources in five Chinese cities. These data have been used to improve model parameters for PM and SO2 emissions. In collaboration with the Chinese National Bureau of Statistics, work is currently underway to construct a time-series data set to be used to estimate a number of parameters of the economic model. Total budget: Funding sources: Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Regions covered: East Asia. Countries covered: China Cities/provinces covered: Implementing agencies: SEPA Main contact person: Project components

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Richard Garbaccio U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable):

Proponent: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) Project title: Energy-Efficiency Voluntary Endorsement Labeling
Main objectives and outputs: EPA is working with key Chinese government and technical institutions to achieve reductions in emissions of greenhouse gases and other air pollutants through strengthening activities of China’ voluntary energy efficiency endorsement label, similar to the US Energy Star program. This project and other energy efficient equipment technology work in China builds on more than a decade of successful EPA collaboration with SEPA and other Chinese partners, which began with the US-China CFC-free, super-efficient refrigerator project. Next steps include establishing performance levels for televisions and continued technical assistance to China’s labeling program in FY 2004. Performance levels are being established for additional products. Total budget: Funding sources: USEPA Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Started 2001, On-going Regions covered: East Asia. Countries covered: China Cities/provinces covered: Implementing agencies: Main contact person: Gary McNeil U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) 1 (202) 343-9173 mcneil.gary@epa.gov Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Country/City 1: China Main Responsible Organization: Center for Certification of Energy Cons Products (CECP) Project components

Areas of focus AQ monitoring Roadside AQ monitoring

Proponent: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) Project title: Energy-efficiency voluntary endorsement labeling
Main objectives and outputs: EPA works with key Chinese Government and technical institutions to achieve reductions in emissions of GHG and other air pollutants through strengthening activities of China’s voluntary EE endorsement label (similar to ENERGY STAR®). This project and other energy efficient equipment technology work in China builds on more than a decade of successful EPA cooperation with SEPA and other Chinese partners, which began with the US-China CFC-free, Super-Efficient Refrigerator Project. Next steps: Continue technical assistance to China’s labeling program in FY 2006. Performance levels are being established for set-top boxes and a product—such as cell phones—which use external power supplies (in 2004 CECP and ENERGY STAR developed harmonized performance levels for external power supplies). Total budget: Project components

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Funding sources: Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Regions covered: East Asia. Countries covered: China Cities/provinces covered: Implementing agencies: SEPA Main contact person: Gary McNeil U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable):

Proponent: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) Project title: Environmental Tobacco Smoke Outreach Project
Main objectives and outputs: Work with WHO to conduct training of community leaders to do outreach on the health issues of environmental tobacco smoke. Total budget: Funding sources: USEPA Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Started 2002, On-going Regions covered: East Asia. Countries covered: China Cities/provinces covered: Implementing agencies: Main contact person: Catherine Allen USEPA, Office of International Affairs U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) 1 (202) 564-6115 1 (202) 565-2412 allen.catherine@epa.gov Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Not Specified Project components

Areas of focus AQ monitoring Source apportionment Mobile sources

Proponent: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) Project title: Integrated Environmental Strategies China National Assessment
Main objectives and outputs: • Develop a range of integrated strategies which take into account both air quality and greenhouse gas concerns • Quantify the co-benefits of energy policies in China • Provide scientific support for comprehensive air pollution control policy making • Establish a new co-benefits analysis framework • Validate and run Models-3/cmaq system in China • Develop a national air pollution health benefits assessment model for China • Capacity building for Chinese scientists Project components Policy and strategies devt. Data gathering and analysis Capacity building Areas of focus Climate change mitigation (cobenefits approach)

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Total budget: Funding sources: Not Specified Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Started 2003, On-going Regions covered: East Asia. Countries covered: China Cities/provinces covered: Beijing Implementing agencies: Main contact person: Kong Chiu Environmental Protection Specialist U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) 1(202) 343-9309 1(202) 343-2337 chiu.kong@epa.gov ; ies@epa.gov Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Country/City 1: Beijing, China Main Responsible Organization: Tsinghua University Contact Person: He Kebin Tel No.: 86 (10) 62785053 Email: hekb@tsinghua.edu.cn Website of Organization: www.tsinghua.edu.cn Transport sector (co-benefits)

Proponent: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) Project title: Methane to Markets
Main objectives and outputs: The Methane to Markets Partnership is an international initiative that advances costeffective, near-term methane recovery and use as a clean energy source. The goal of the Partnership is to reduce global methane emissions in order to enhance economic growth, strengthen energy security, improve air quality, improve industrial safety, and reduce emissions of greenhouse gases. The Partnership currently focuses on four sources of methane emissions: Agriculture (animal waste management), Coal Mines, Landfills, and Oil and gas systems.The US and China are both partners in the initiative and the U.S. is committed to working with the Chinese Government to support projects and activities in the coming years. Total budget: Funding sources: Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Regions covered: East Asia. Countries covered: China Cities/provinces covered: Implementing agencies: SEPA Main contact person: Erin Birgfeld U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Project components

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Proponent: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) Project title: Minimum Energy-Efficiency Standards and Labeling
Main objectives and outputs: This project’s goal is to achieve direct energy and greenhouse gas reductions and build permanent capacity which will achieve indirect reductions in the future. Standards and labels in place are projected to reduce greenhouse gases by 11.3 MMTCE annually by 2010. EPA and other sponsors are supporting technical assistance and capacity building within the Chinese National Institute for Standardization (CNIS) and other Chinese institutions to support effective implementation of minimum energy efficiency standards and informational labels for appliances and other equipment. The activity is coordinated with and complementary to EPA’s voluntary energy-efficiency labeling cooperation with CECP. Total budget: Funding sources: USEPA Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Started 2002, On-going Regions covered: East Asia. Countries covered: China Cities/provinces covered: Implementing agencies: National Institute for Standardization (CNIS) Main contact person: Paul Schwengels USEPA, Office of Air and Radiation U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) 1 (202) 343-9310 schwengels.paul@epa.gov Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Country/City 1: China Main Responsible Organization: National Institute for Standardization (CNIS) Project components

Areas of focus AQ monitoring Emissions inventory Mobile sources

Proponent: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) Project title: Mobile Source Emission Testing
Main objectives and outputs: Provide state-of-the-art Portable Emissions Measurement System (PEMS) testing devices in order to get real-time, in-use emissions data from a variety of mobile sources in Shanghai, following the Michelin Bibendum Challenge in October 2004. Provide a training workshop on the use of portable vehicle emissions testing equipment. This data will provide better modeling of overall vehicle fleet and enable strategic decisions regarding most appropriate measures to address the greatest risk in the most cost-effective manner. Total budget: $20,000.00 Funding sources: USEPA Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Completed 2004 Regions covered: East Asia. Countries covered: China Cities/provinces covered: Shanghai Implementing agencies: Shanghai EPB Main contact person: Maureen Delaney U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) 1 (202) 343-9532 Project components

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delaney.marilyn@epa.gov Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Country/City 1: China, Shanghai Main Responsible Organization: Shanghai EPB

Proponent: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) Project title: Partnership for Clean Indoor Air
Main objectives and outputs: 1. Risk management study 2. Training in social marketing 3. Indoor air pilot projects 4. Stove ―camps‖ Total budget: Funding sources: USEPA Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Started 2003, On-going Regions covered: South Asia. East Asia. Countries covered: India Cities/provinces covered: Pune Implementing agencies: Main contact person: Ted MacDonald EPA Coordinator, India programs U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) 1 (202 ) 564-6114 1 (202) 565-2411 macdonald.ted@epa.gov Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Not Specified Project components

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Proponent: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) Project title: Partnership for Clean Indoor Air
Main objectives and outputs: The Partnership for Clean Indoor Air is addressing the increased environmental health risk faced by more than 2.5 billion people in the developing world who burn traditional biomass and coal indoors for cooking and heating. EPA is in the process of awarding two grants for pilot projects in China to increase the use of affordable, reliable, clean, efficient, and safe home cooking and heating practices and reduce people’s exposure to indoor air pollution from home cooking and heating practices. In the implementation of the pilots, the grantees will address the following four priority areas: 1. Social/behavioral change 2. Market development; 3. Technology design 4. Exposure/health effects monitoring Total budget: Project components

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Funding sources: USEPA Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Started 2004, On-going Regions covered: East Asia. Countries covered: China Cities/provinces covered: Implementing agencies: Main contact person: Brenda Doroski and John Mitchell EPA, office of Air and Radiation U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) 1 (202) 343-9764 (Brenda) and 1 (202) 343-9031 (John) Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Country/City 1: China Main Responsible Organization: The All-China Youth Federation

Proponent: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) Project title: Partnership in Industrial Pollution Prevention and Energy Efficiency
Main objectives and outputs: Cooperative agreement with SEPA to develop voluntary industry-government partnership programs to promote industrial P2 & E2. Based on evaluation of pilot programs in Shandong, Liaoning, Guangdong and Shanxi provinces, SEPA developed a national program, modeled on EPA’s National Environmental Performance Track. Results: In Fall 2003 SEPA launched nationwide the ―China Environment Friendly Enterprise‖ (CEFE) recognition program. CEFE companies must have an outstanding compliance record, have a certified EMS, undergo a Cleaner Production audit, and commit to quantitative ―beyond compliance‖ pollution reductions. EPA participated with SEPA in training workshops held in Xinjiang and Zhejiang Provinces in 2003, to introduce EPB officials and candidate facilities to principles of pollution prevention, energy efficiency and cleaner production. Over 90 participants were trained. By September 2003, 135 companies had applied. The first eight CEFE companies were recognized formally by Zeng Pei Yan, Vice Premier of State Council of China, in a ceremony held in Beijing in the Great Hall of the People, December 16, 2004. SEPA considers the CEFE program to be a very important policy output from this cooperation. Total budget: Funding sources: Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Regions covered: East Asia. Countries covered: China Cities/provinces covered: Implementing agencies: SEPA Main contact person: Suzanne Giannini-Spohn U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) (1 202) 564-3907 giannini-spohn.suzanne@epa.gov Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Project components

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Proponent: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) Project title: Promoting Voluntary Environmental Initiatives Through Industry Trade Association in the US and China
Main objectives and outputs: EPA will assist SEPA in developing, piloting and evaluating voluntary industrial pollution prevention and energy efficiency partnerships through partnerships with trade associations, similar to EPA’s Sector Strategies Program. The role of industry associations in promoting improved environmental performance is a key subject, because China has recently dissolved their government industrial bureaus and is reforming them as non-governmental trade associations. SEPA is interested in learning how EPA works with sustainable industry associations like the U.S. Business Council for Sustainable Development, and how EPA and US trade associations cooperate in programs like the Sector Strategies. Total budget: Funding sources: USEPA Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Started 2004, On-going Regions covered: East Asia. Countries covered: China Cities/provinces covered: Implementing agencies: Main contact person: Suzanne Gianini-Spohn U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) 1 (202) 564-3907 gianini-spohn@epa.gov Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Not Specified Project components

Areas of focus AQ monitoring Roadside AQ monitoring Emissions inventory

Proponent: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) Project title: Training and Consultation to enhance Mercury Air Quality Measurements in China
Main objectives and outputs: Collaborate with the CNR Institute in their efforts to obtain air quality data at several sites in China. Provide training and consultation to Chinese scientists on the use of ambient measurement equipment at one or more sites Total budget: Funding sources: Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Regions covered: East Asia. Countries covered: China Cities/provinces covered: Implementing agencies: SEPA Main contact person: Joel Scheraga U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Project components

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Proponent: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) Project title: Wind Technology Partnership (WTP)
Main objectives and outputs: Vision: Further the development of wind power, through the creation of a vibrant commercial wind energy market by 2010. This will offset China’s use of fossil fuels, and consequently China’s GHG emissions, and meet its growing energy needs. The goal is 1,200 MW generated by wind power by 2005 and 20 GW by 2020. This will avoid 15 MMTCE of carbon emissions per year. Strategies: • Contribute to policy development • Train wind developers • Train provincial decision makers • Pre-screen viable wind sites Total budget: Funding sources: USEPA Funding type: Status of project: Started 2003, On-going 2003 Regions covered: East Asia. Countries covered: China Cities/provinces covered: Implementing agencies: Main contact person: Kong Chiu Environmental Protection Specialist U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) 1(202) 343-9309 1(202) 343-2337 chiu.kong@epa.gov Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Country/City 1: China Main Responsible Organization: Energy Research Institute Contact Person: Li Junfeng Job Title: Deputy Director Tel No.: 86-1068002615 Fax No.: 86-1068002674 Email: lijf@public.bta.net.cn Website of Organization: www.eri.org.cn Project components

Areas of focus AQ monitoring Roadside AQ monitoring Emissions inventory Mobile sources Transboundary sources Monitoring transboundary sources Stationary sources Monitoring for stationary sources

Proponent: UK Embassy- FCO Project title: Global Opportunities Fund Climate Change and Energy Programme
Main objectives and outputs: Total budget: € 0.91 million Funding sources: UK Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Regions covered: East Asia. Project components Policy and strategies devt. Areas of focus Energy sector (co-benefits)

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Countries covered: China Cities/provinces covered: China Implementing agencies: Various implementers Main contact person: John Fox UK Embassy- FCO John.Fox@fco.gov.uk Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable):

Proponent: United States – Asia Environmental Partnership (USAEP) Project title: Cooperation with China Certification Center for Energy Conservation Products (CECP)
Main objectives and outputs: Goal: • Work with CECP to achieve GHG reductions through voluntary energy efficient product labeling, following the same basic program model used by ENERGY STARâ Strategy: • Provide training in developing performance levels for labeled products. Training is designed to provide specific analytic, planning and negotiating skills while working with the Chinese to develop specific performance specifications for new products, or to revise specifications for existing products • Provide training in Energy Star promotional activities. Jointly implement specific promotional projects in China • Educate CECP about the role and importance of Energy Star partners including regional and local energy efficiency organizations, and utility programs. Work with CECP to develop relationships with provincial and municipal organizations who fill, or could fill, similar partner roles in China. Assist CECP to identify other energy efficiency-related activities in China that may provide leverage for label promotion. • Establish a communication channel between CECP, Energy Star staff, and Brazil Procel to increase the effectiveness of CECP Total budget: Funding sources: Not Specified Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Started 2000, On-going Regions covered: East Asia. Countries covered: China Cities/provinces covered: Implementing agencies: Main contact person: Gary McNeil United States – Asia Environmental Partnership (USAEP) 1(202) 343-9173 1(202) 343-2337 mcneil.gary@epa.gov Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Country/City 1: China Main Responsible Organization: China Certification Center for Energy Conservation Products (CECP) Contact Person: Li Tienan Job Title: Tel No. 8610 8463 4191 Energy sector (co-benefits) Stationary sources Monitoring for stationary sources Policies for stationary sources Project components Awareness raising Capacity building Areas of focus

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Fax No. 8610 8463 3226 Email: litn@cecp.org.cn Website of Organization: www.cecp.org.cn

Proponent: United States – Asia Environmental Partnership (USAEP) Project title: Development of Inspection and Maintenance Program for Shanghai
Main objectives and outputs: 1. Select the test procedures, equipment and methods to be used in the new I/M program based on newer vehicles in the fleet 2. Devise an administrative structure for the program and an implementation plan. 3. Provide assistance on use of models and air quality modeling Total budget: Funding sources: USEPA Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Started 1999, Completed 2003 Regions covered: East Asia. Countries covered: China Cities/provinces covered: Shanghai Implementing agencies: Shanghai EPB Main contact person: Gene Tierney U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Transportation and Air Quality United States – Asia Environmental Partnership (USAEP) 1 (734) 214-4456 1 (734) 214-4816 tierney.gene@epa.gov Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Country/City 1: Shanghai, China Main Responsible Organization: Shanghai EPB Contact Person: Mr. Zhang Quan, Deputy Director, Shanghai Municipal Bureau of Environmental Protection; Mr. Su Guo Dong, Shanghai EPB;Mr. Wu Chengjian, Shanghai EPB; Ms. Qingyan Fu, Director Assistant, Shanghai Environmental Monitoring Centre Project components Data gathering and analysis Capacity building Areas of focus AQ monitoring Ambient AQ monitoring Mobile sources Inspection and maintenance

Proponent: United States – Asia Environmental Partnership (USAEP) Project title: Integrated Environmental Strategies Beijing
Main objectives and outputs: • Promote analysis of environmental, public health, economic development, and air quality/greenhouse gas mitigation co-benefits • Build permanent institutional and human capacity for integrated energy and environmental analysis • Engage policy-makers to build support for integrated policy approaches and energy efficiency/renewable energy technologies • Inform in-country energy and environmental policy processes and integrate global issues with local policy initiatives • Promote implementation of promising mitigation measures, plans and policies to realize co-benefits • Refine, improve and disseminate analytical methodologies for co-benefits analysis • Assist in China’s efforts to make the 2008 summer games the world’s first ―Green Olympics‖ Total budget: Project components Policy and strategies devt. Data gathering and analysis Awareness raising Capacity building Areas of focus AQ monitoring Ambient AQ monitoring Emissions inventory Mobile sources Public transport Transport planning Climate change mitigation (co-

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Funding sources: Not Specified Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Started 1999, On-going Regions covered: East Asia. Countries covered: China Cities/provinces covered: Beijing Implementing agencies: Tsinghua University Main contact person: Kong Chiu Environmental Protection Specialist United States – Asia Environmental Partnership (USAEP) 1(202) 343-9309 1(202) 343-2337 chiu.kong@epa.gov, ies@epa.gov Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Country/City 1: Beijing, China Main Responsible Organization: Tsinghua University Contact Person: He Kebin Tel No.: 86 (10) 62785053 Email: hekb@tsinghua.edu.cn Website of Organization: www.tsinghua.edu.cn benefits approach) Transport sector (co-benefits) Energy sector (co-benefits)

Proponent: United States – Asia Environmental Partnership (USAEP) Project title: Integrated Environmental Strategies Shanghai
Main objectives and outputs: • Promote analysis of environmental, public health, economic development, and air quality/greenhouse gas mitigation co-benefits • Build permanent institutional and human capacity for integrated energy and environmental analysis • Engage policy-makers to build support for integrated policy approaches and EERE technologies • Inform in-country energy and environmental policy processes and integrate global issues with local policy initiatives • Promote implementation of promising mitigation measures, plans and policies to realize co-benefits • Refine, improve and disseminate analytical methodologies for co-benefits analysis Total budget: $50,000.00 Funding sources: USEPA Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Started 1999, On-going Regions covered: East Asia. Countries covered: China Cities/provinces covered: Shanghai Implementing agencies: Shanghai Academy of Environmental Sciences Main contact person: Kong Chiu Environmental Protection Specialist United States – Asia Environmental Partnership (USAEP) 1(202) 343-9309 1(202) 343-2337 chiu.kong@epa.gov, ies@epa.gov Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Name: Changhong CHEN Job Title: Team Leader Organizational affiliation: Tel. No.: +86-21-5464 1938 or +86-21-6408 5119 ex 2506 Fax No.: +86-21-6484 7827 Project components Policy and strategies devt. Data gathering and analysis Awareness raising Capacity building Areas of focus AQ monitoring Ambient AQ monitoring Emissions inventory Mobile sources Transport planning Climate change mitigation (cobenefits approach) Transport sector (co-benefits) Energy sector (co-benefits)

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Proponent: World Bank Project title: Beijing Environment Project II
Main objectives and outputs: The project will support facilities and works to reduce emissions from coal-burning boilers, and to collect and treat municipal sewage around the Liangshui river basin. In addition, the project will also strengthen the city's environmental management institutions and policies with upgraded monitoring capabilities and policy and regulatory tools. The main components are: 1. Conversion or Improvement of Coal Burning Devices (total estimated cost about $300 million). The project will support the government's Coal Free Zone programs, where small boilers and stoves will be converted from coal to natural gas use. In addition, a range of energy conservation measures will be adopted to reduce energy consumption by remaining coal-fired boilers, and simultaneously reduce emissions. These measures include consolidation of small heating boilers, the installation of better control equipment, addition of recovery systems, and the implementation of stricter management practices for energy efficiency. 2. Power Plant Pollution Abatement ($25 M): A flue gas desulfurization (FGD) facility will be installed at the Shijingshan power plant to effectively reduce its overall sulfur dioxide emissions by 25 %. 3. Vehicle conversion to LPG ($20 M): The pilot project aims to demonstrate the feasibility of liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) vehicles as a practical means of reducing nitrogen oxides, hydrocarbon, and carbon monoxide emissions. 4. Waste Water Management ($315 M): A set of secondary and possibly tertiary wastewater treatment plants with total capacity of about 650,000 m3 /day will be constructed to improve the quality of the Liangshui river basin. Associated sewer lines of about 40 km will also be included, as well as 30 km of sewers to serve the Qing river wastewater treatment projects. 5. Institutional Strengthening ($10 M): Technical assistance programs and equipment upgrading will aim at improving the capacity of municipal agencies responsible for managing the environment, energy, and sewerage. This will include a package to enhance the environmental decision support systems for the Beijing Environment Protection Bureau. Total budget: $670,000,000.00 Funding sources: Not Specified Funding type: Loan. Status of project: Started June 2000, to be Completed December 2006 Regions covered: East Asia. Countries covered: China Cities/provinces covered: Beijing Implementing agencies: Beijing Environment Project Office Main contact person: Songzu Choi World Bank schoi@worldbank.org Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Country/City 1: Beijing, China Responsible Organization: Beijing Environment Project Office Tel No. (8610) 684-22811 Fax No. (8610) 684-22833 Project components Areas of focus AQ monitoring Roadside AQ monitoring Emissions inventory Source apportionment Mobile sources Public transport Road infrastructure

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Proponent: World Bank Project title: Energy Conservation Project, Phase II
Main objectives and outputs: 1. The Second Energy Conservation Project will expand domestic investment in energy efficiency projects, through the aggressive development of China's nascent Energy Management Company (EMC) industry, thus achieving large-scale energy efficiency improvements, and associated reductions in the growth of carbon dioxide emissions, and other pollutants. 2. The project includes three components: • The EMC service component consists of a large capacity building, and technical assistance program to assist EMC develop businesses, and help develop policy support. The function of the EMC Service Group is to provide service to emerging EMCs, in developing a training programs for their establishment, corporate structuring and identification of types of corporate partners, and in overcoming operational problems. In addition, EMC will advocate, and recommend policy support activities to the Government, international institutions, and other groups to foster industry growth; • The project management and monitoring component, will support central coordination, monitoring and reporting of project activities; and • The EMC loan guarantee program is designed to provide emerging EMCs with enhanced opportunities to receive loans from domestic banks, and to engage the banks in the development of a sustainable EMC industry. Total budget: $242,500,000.00 Funding sources: WB Funding type: Loan. Grant/TA. Status of project: Started October 2002, to be Completed June 2010 Regions covered: East Asia. Countries covered: China Cities/provinces covered: Implementing agencies: Main contact person: Robert P. Taylor Task Manager World Bank (202) 458-2446 (202) 522-1648 rtaylor@worldbank.org Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Country/City 1: China Responsible Organization: State Economic And Trade Commission Contact Person: Mr. Wang Shumao Tel No. 86-10-6360-1354 Fax No. 86-10-6360-1353 Email: pmo@public.bta.net.cn Country/City 2: China Responsible Organization: National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC) Name: Wang Shumao Job Description: Executive Director Project Management Office(PMO) Tel: (8610) 63601354 Fax: (8610) 63601353 Email: pmo@public.bta.net.cn Project components

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Proponent: World Bank Project title: Fuzhou Nantai Island Peri-Urban Development Project
Main objectives and outputs: The main objective of the project is to support Fuzhou City’s development as it expands to include Nantai Island by financing key transport infrastructure to facilitate development of existing peri-urban land in Nantai Island, and assisting the city strengthen its planning and implementation capacity for a strategy that promotes fiscally, socially and environmentally sustainable development of Nantai Island. Specifically, the project supports peri-urban development in Nantai Island with (a) Investments in transport access to Nantai Island (road and public transport) and (b) Technical Assistance that would improve the manner in which the development is planned (transport and public transport masterplan, integration of transport and land-use planning, integrating environmental concerns upstream in the planning process), and the manner in which the development is implemented (improving urban design and air quality, preservation of sensitive/historic neighborhoods, and increasing the City's capacity to phase/stage development in a market environment). Key outcome indicators measure the urban activity in Nantai Island (size of developed area, size of secondary and tertiary activities), reduction in travel times between locations in Nantai Island and central city Fuzhou, and adoption of the recommendations of the technical assistance leading to outcomes such as more effective transit-oriented development and more effective public transport service. Key output indicators are implementation of selected priority investments, and successful completion of the technical assistance. The project has three components: • A strategic road infrastructure component (IBRD US$88 million, total $241 million), which includes construction of key transport infrastructure to facilitate the urbanization of Nantai Island. The completion of the southern section of the 3rd Ring Road (3RR/S) will open up significant new areas of development and will – together with the Kuiqi Bridge – improve the linkages between the island and the existing urban area and port. Construction of Nan Jiang Bin Lu (NJBL) will stimulate the redevelopment of older industrial areas on the north of the island and improve public access to the Min River bank. • A public transport component (IBRD US$8 million, total US$20 million), that facilitates the development of public transport in Fuzhou and enhances the accessibility of Nantai Island to public transport and in-turn improves air quality. This component includes implementation of measures to provide bus priority on a major Corridor in Fuzhou, construction of an overnight parking and maintenance depot for buses, a passenger interchange terminal, a dispatch center, as well as the enhancement of operations and planning through analyses, computerization and developments in the dispatching system. • An institutional development and technical assistance component (IBRD US$4 million, total US$4 million), to assist in project implementation, to maximize the benefits and sustainability of investment components, and to support capacity-building efforts to strengthen Fuzhou agencies. Specific issues that this component will focus on include: construction supervision, development of better road maintenance systems, development of urban and transport plans, capacity building for regulation, planning and operations of public transport, capacity building to support development management and support for improved financial planning. Total budget: $100,000,000.00 Funding sources: IBRD Funding type: Loan. Status of project: September 2005 Regions covered: East Asia. Countries covered: China Cities/provinces covered: Implementing agencies: Fuzhou Municipal Government Main contact person: Mehndiratta Shomik Raj Task Team Leader World Bank (202) 473-2472 Project components

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Proponent: World Bank Project title: Hanoi Urban Transport Project
Main objectives and outputs: The project development objective is to assist Hanoi in implementing a sustainable strategy of city development and transport improvement with a focus on promoting public transport. This objective will be supported through the establishment of high capacity busways on major corridors, by integrating investments in road infrastructure with land-use plans to generate a transit friendly urban landscape, and by enhancing the capacity of the City’s institutions to create/implement a growth strategy that is conducive to public transit oriented development. The main components are; • A bus transport component (total US$35-40 million, IDA+GEF US$30-35 million) to (i) support reorganization the bus system; (ii) development of busways and bus priority on a selection of new and existing roads; and (iii) development of bus maintenance facilities, and secure ticketing systems. • A road infrastructure component. (total US$100-110 million, IDA US$75-85 million). that includes construction of a section of Ring Road 2 (6 km) from Cau Say north to the dyke road (the site of the planned bridge at Nhat Tan) to facilitate development of the area West of West Lake, and ultimately North of Red River. In addition, Hanoi has proposed the Western extension of Hoang Quoc Viet Street (1.5 km). The two road sections go through a combination of farmland and settled land and will entail resettlement. • Institutional strengthening.(~US$15-20 million IDA+GEF US$ 15-20 million) Subcomponents will cover safety (US$5 million requested) and air quality (US$7 million requested) measures as requested by HPC, along with the project’s three major policy foci: reform of bus services, capacity building for integrated land use and transport development, and promotion of a PT oriented urban transport policy that covers issues such as parking, traffic control and vehicular restrictions. Although these components still need to be defined, it is likely that they will support studies, training, equipment and other technical assistance. Total budget: $170,000,000.00 Funding sources: 1. World Bank 2. Global Environmental Facility (GEF) Funding type: Loan. Status of project: Start June 15, 2006 Regions covered: East Asia. Countries covered: China Cities/provinces covered: Implementing agencies: Hanoi People’s Committee Transport and Urban Works Projects Management Unit Main contact person: Mehndiratta Shomik Raj Task Team Leader World Bank (202) 473-2472 (202) 614-0167 smehndiratta@worldbank.org Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Country/City 1: Hanoi, Vietnam Hanoi People’s Committee Transport and Urban Works Projects Management Unit Project components Policy and strategies devt. Areas of focus Mobile sources Public transport

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Proponent: World Bank Project title: Renewable Energy Scale-up Program
Main objectives and outputs: The project will help enable commercial renewable electricity suppliers to provide energy to the electricity market efficiently, cost-effectively and on a large scale. Project preparation is under way. Total budget: $50,000,000.00 Funding sources: 1. IBRD 2. GEF Funding type: Loan. GEF funds. Status of project: Completed June 2005 Regions covered: East Asia. Countries covered: China Cities/provinces covered: Implementing agencies: Main contact person: Noureddine Berrah World Bank Nberrah@worldbank.org Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Country/City 1: China Responsible Organization: C/WB Gef Renewable Energy Scale-up Program Project Management Office Contact Person: Mr. Zhou Fengqi Job Title: Director, Project Management Office Tel No: 86-10) 6390-8566 Fax No.: (86-10) 6390-8568 Email: Zhoufq@public3.bta.net.cn Project components

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Proponent: World Bank Project title: Shandong Environment Project
Main objectives and outputs: The project will help enable commercial renewable electricity suppliers to provide energy to the electricity market efficiently, cost-effectively and on a large scale. Project preparation is under way. Total budget: $215,100,000.00 Funding sources: Not Specified Funding type: Loan. Status of project: Regions covered: East Asia. Countries covered: China Cities/provinces covered: Shandong Implementing agencies: Shandong Provincial Environment Project Office Main contact person: Shenhua Wang Task Manager World Bank (202) 458-8317 (202) 522-1787 Project components

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swang3@worldbank.org Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Country/City 1: Shandong Province, China Responsible Organization: Shandong Provincial Environment Project Office (SPPMO)

Proponent: World Bank Project title: Shijiazhuang Urban Transport Project
Main objectives and outputs: To promote development of a more efficient urban transport system in the city of Shijiazhuang while providing a wider set of travel choices for users. Sub-objectives by component are the following: • develop an integrated urban and regional transport networks including an improved and • safer urban road system; preserve the benefits of the bicycle and improve the overall efficiency of the road system for all modes of transport; • enhance accessibility within the city center; • develop more efficient and financially sustainable public transport services; • improve the quality and efficiency of road maintenance activities in the city; • promote environmental sustainability of urban transport system and vehicle fleet; • strengthen urban transport planning, policy and decision-making processes and management. The following are the project components: Road infrastructure. This component will strengthen the strategic road network within the city and to complete the basic grid of arterial streets, where applicable and economically justified, with consistent standards. It is likely to include three major elements: (1) upgrading of 25 km of peripheral roads linking the city to the surrounding provincial highways; (2) upgrading and construction of 52 km of urban major arterial roads within the second ring road; and (3) construction of 6 multi-level interchanges, 2 major rail overpasses, and 21 pedestrian crossing facilities. Bicycle and traffic management. The component would significantly improve the efficiency of the transport network by providing appropriate facilities and priority for the movement of people and goods with a particular emphasis on the needs of bicycles and pedestrians. The component would increase the effective capacity of road network and reduce congestion caused by conflicts between various road users (cyclists, pedestrians, buses, and other motor vehicles) competing with one another for available road space. The component is likely to finance traffic engineering measures for a number of intersections (such as safety islands and civil work for traffic channelisation), provision of additional bicycle and pedestrian facilities throughout the network, low-cost physical street improvements, a traffic information data system, and an area traffic control system. Public transport. The component is designed to improve public transit operating efficiency while assisting with the development of an improved regulatory structure. It is likely to finance the procurement of bus maintenance equipment, improvements at intermodal facilities and passenger terminal(s), including the area surrounding the city's main railway station, and implementation of bus priority pilot scheme in several major arterial roads. Technical assistance aimed at strengthening policy-making, planning and regulations is also proposed. Road maintenance. It is proposed to strengthen the city’s road maintenance organization, to increase the responsiveness of the organization to the growing maintenance needs of the city, and to avoid the heavy costs that would be incurred by lack of timely maintenance. The component would include introduction of modern planning tools and procedures, and the procurement of key pieces of equipment. Project conditionality will require an increase in the road maintenance budget. Control of vehicle emissions. The component is proposed to address the likely adverse Project components

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impact of motorization on the city environment, especially air quality. The component may include pilot schemes that introduce new emission standards for new vehicles, particularly taxicabs and buses. Institutional development and technical assistance. Assistance to strengthen existing institutions and the enhance skills in these agencies. Total budget: Funding sources: World Bank ($166,000,000) Funding type: Status of project: Started May 27, 2001 to be Completed December 31, 2006 Regions covered: East Asia. Countries covered: China Cities/provinces covered: Implementing agencies: Main contact person: Yan Zong Task Team Leader World Bank 86-10-6505 8686 86-10-6505-9808 yzong@worldbank.org Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Country/City 1: Shijiazhung, China Responsible organization:Municipality of Shijiazhuang Tel. No: 86-311-6689251 Fax No. 86-311-6835025 Email: cjtzbzbh@sj-user.he.cninfo.net

Proponent: World Bank Project title: Tianjin Urban Environment Project II
Main objectives and outputs: The project's objective is to enhance the efficiency and equity of wastewater management and transportation systems in Tianjin, and thereby facilitate the sustainable development of Tianjin Municipality, and establish a model for other Chinese cities. For wastewater management, the project will support measures to increase the utilization of wastewater treatment facilities; reuse of wastewater; increase sewerage services in underserved areas including the fast-growing suburban areas; and to improve wastewater management institutions and finances. For improved transportation and air quality, the project will support modifications and better management of selected sections of existing roads, focusing on facilitating public transportation. These programs include significant innovations -- the suburban wastewater management, water reuse, and bus priority measures -- that will serve as important experiments and demonstration for advances in urban management in China. The project consists of the following of environmental and transportation components, along with associated technical assistance: Environmental Components: (a) City Drainage and Sewerage: Construction of storm water drains and sanitary sewers in Nanbeicang and Fukangnanlu areas, complementing the wastewater treatment plant (WWTP) being financed by JBIC and ADB; drains and sewers, and the Shuanglin WWTP (200,000 m3/day), in the south suburb district of Tianjin. These facilities will complete the drainage system envisioned by Tianjin drainage master plan. The Nanbeicang and south suburb district are recently annexed areas with many small industries and lower-income residents. (b) Urban Wastewater Reuse: Construction of water reclamation (tertiary treatment) plants for approximately 20% of the treated effluent from the Dongjiao, Nanbeicang, and Shuanglin WWTPs; and reclaimed water distribution systems mainly for industrial cooling and landscape irrigation. Project components

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(c) Rehabilitation of Dagu Canal: Dredging of sediments and rehabilitation of crosssections, bridges and culverts, and three pump stations of Dagu Canal (70 km) and its associated tributary canal Xinfeng (20 km). These are main wastewater canals for the southern part of Tianjin City draining directly into the Bohai Sea since 1960. The project will remove, treat, and dispose of about 2 million cubic meters of sediment, about half of which is estimated to be contaminated with heavy metals, in an environmentally sound manner. This will prevent recontamination of treated wastewater (three of the new Tianjin wastewater treatment plants will discharge into Dagu canal), and also restore its flood water conveyance capacity. (d) Suburban Sewerage: Creation of municipal wastewater collection and treatment systems in two or three small towns of Tianjin municipality on a programmatic basis. Water pollution from the Tianjin suburbs as a whole is already greater than from the city itself, yet there are no wastewater treatment systems serving these small cities. The project will initiate and set models for the wastewater management in these areas. A proposed GEF-financed project for an improvement of Bohai water quality will include a direct support for this and the Dagu rehabilitation as well as complementary measures of groundwater management and water conservation. Transportation Components: (e) Urban Roads: Construction of interchanges at two major intersections of the Middle Ring Road (MRR), and low cost traffic engineering improvements on selected locations along the Inner Ring Road (IRR) and the Eastern and Southwestern parts of the MRR. (f) Traffic Management: Extension of the existing Area Traffic Control System to 300 new intersections -- 89 on or within IRR and the rest within the MRR, with channelization and often in connection with bus priority measures. (g) Public Transportation: Preparation and implementation of bus priority measures on selected corridors, including bus ways and traffic engineering measures, to increase the efficiency of bus operations and to contribute to increasing the modal share of the bus system. Technical Assistance: (h) Technical Assistance and Training for: (1) Development of infrastructure information systems; (2) Reform of sewerage institutions and finance; (3) Establishment of comprehensive urban transport planning and management institution; (4) Improvement in the traffic forecast model; (5) Bus routes restructuring. Total budget: $360.00 Funding sources: 1. Borrower $210 2. IBRD $150 Funding type: Loan. Status of project: Started December 17, 2002 to be Completed June 30, 2010 Regions covered: East Asia. Countries covered: China Cities/provinces covered: Implementing agencies: Tianjin Construction Commission Main contact person: Songsu Choi Task Team Leader World Bank (202) 458-2945 (202) 522 1787 schoi@worldbank.org Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Country/City 1: China, Tianjin Municipal Government Responsible organization: Project Management Office, Construction Commission Contact Person: Mr. Qi Wenjie Tel. No: 86-22-2330-3630 Fax No. 86-22-2330-6419 Email: tjpmo@shell.tjvan.com.cn

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Proponent: World Bank Project title: Wuhan Urban Transport Project
Main objectives and outputs: 1. The Wuhan Urban Transport Project will promote the development of an integrated, efficient, and sustainable transport system for the movement of people (especially the poorer sections of society) and goods in Wuhan. More specifically, the project aims to support: • Investments in transport infrastructure and services that address the needs of the existing system in particular, the issues related to capacity, safety and sustainability, and mobility of users, (particularly the most vulnerable sections of society) within a long-term framework provided by the approved Master Plan • Formulation of a transport strategy to guide investment decisions • Reforms to improve performance of bus service delivery. 2. The Project has six components. • Component 1: Road network development. This component addresses the immediate need to improve the road network operations within the city, and to expand the bicycle and pedestrian networks. The five programs, within the component, are designed to: 1. Provide suitable routes for through or cross-town traffic 2. Improve utilization of existing cross-river bridges 3. Relieve congestion in central down-town areas 4. Provide adequate road networks in development areas 5. Provide safe conditions for pedestrians The civil works for these five programs include the construction of new primary, arterial and local roads, upgrading/widening of existing roads, construction of interchanges and construction of pedestrian over bridges or underpasses. • Component 2: Traffic management and road safety. The aim of this component is to build upon the strengths of the existing transport network management to better utilize existing assets and resources. The detailed content includes 1. Pedestrian and bicycle measures 2. Bus priority measures 3. Channeling of junctions 4. Provision of traffic signals at junctions and an urban area traffic control (ATC) system 5. A road safety and accident analysis program 6. A road user education program 7. Road marking equipment • Component 3: Public transport. The objective of this component is to facilitate an increase in the efficiency and effectiveness of bus services in the city. A key element of the effort related to public transport is support for the ongoing reform of public transport operations. The physical investments related to this component include: 1 A Computerized Management Information System (CMIS) to increase the efficiency of operators in routine administrative and technical tasks, and a GPS based bus location system to improve the on-street management of bus operations 2. Construction of passenger facilities, including bus interchange stations, bus terminals and bus stop bays 3. The component also includes studies of bus priority and bus rapid transit measures on selected corridors. 4. Provision is made for the implementation of a pilot Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) scheme, if considered viable. Project components

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• Component 4: Road maintenance. This component aims to: 1. Assist the government's intent to reform and improve the current road maintenance management through training and study for Road Maintenance Management Information System (RMMIS) 2. Improve the current road maintenance facilities by purchasing advanced road maintenance equipment 3. Reconstruct the most damaged road sections in Wuhan • Component 5: Environmental management. The aim of this component is to mitigate the adverse impacts of road construction, minimize vehicle emission, and increase the positive environmental impacts of the project. The detailed content includes: 1. Constructing noise barriers and other facilities to mitigate noise from the new roads 2. Planting along new roads 3. Expanding the vehicle emission and traffic noise monitoring system 4. Facilitating implementation of a motor vehicle emission control strategy 5. Upgrading the vehicle inspection and maintenance (I/M) system. • Component 6: Capacity Building and Technical Assistance (TA). This component will strengthen the technical and management skills of the municipal staff, and includes: 1. Domestic and international training for officials from project implementing agencies 2. Funding for consultant studies on issues and topics related to the other five components of the project 3. Office equipment to enhance the productivity of the implementing agencies Total budget: $598,200,000.00 Funding sources: 1. Wuhan 2. World Bank Funding type: Loan. Grant/TA. Status of project: Started March 2004 to be Completed June 2009 Regions covered: East Asia. Countries covered: China Cities/provinces covered: Wuhan Implementing agencies: Main contact person: Edward B. Dotson World Bank edotson@worldbank.org Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Country/City 1: Wuhan, People’s Republic of China Responsible Organization: Municipality of Wuhan Contact Person: Hui Shu Zhi Job Title: Vice Director Tel No.: 86-27-85886173 Fax No.: 86-27-82811498 Email: Whjtxmb@Public.Wh.Hb.Cn

Proponent: World Bank Project title: Yantai Integrated Coal Gasification Combined Cycle (IGCC) project
Main objectives and outputs: The objectives of the project are to pilot and demonstrate construction, commissioning, operation of a 300-400 MW IGCC plant at Yantai, Shangdong Province, and to develop a long-term strategy to achieve zero-CO2 emissions from coal-fired power generation. Project preparation is under way. Total budget: $440,000,000.00 Project components Policy and strategies devt. Data gathering and analysis Awareness raising Capacity building Equipment support

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Funding sources: 1. GEF Areas of focus 1.80 million equity 2.340 million commercial loan Funding type: GEF funds. Status of project: Start construction in 2007, commercial operation in 2010 Hydrogen production and CO2 sequestration study, and incremental cost analysis to be completed in June 2006 Regions covered: East Asia. Countries covered: China Cities/provinces covered: Shandong Province Yantai City Implementing agencies: National Development and Reform Commission Main contact person: Yuling Zhou Senior Procurement Specialist World Bank 202-458-2508 yzhou@worldbank.org Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Country/ City 1: China/Yantai Main Responsible Organization: State Grid Corporation of China Contact Person: Ms. Wu Jing Job Title: Tel No. 010-66598577 Fax No. 010-66598500 Email: wu-jing@sgcc.com.cn Website of Organization: http://www.sgcc.com.cn/ AQ monitoring Ambient AQ monitoring Emissions inventory Energy sector (co-benefits) Stationary sources Monitoring for stationary sources Policies for stationary sources

Proponent: World Bank – Global Environment Facility Project title: Sustainable Urban Transportation in China
Main objectives and outputs: Total budget: Funding sources: Funding type: Status of project: Regions covered: East Asia. Countries covered: China Cities/provinces covered: Implementing agencies: Main contact person: World Bank – Global Environment Facility Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Project components Policy and strategies devt. Data gathering and analysis Awareness raising Capacity building Areas of focus Mobile sources Public transport Bus transport Non-motorized transport Transport planning Transport sector (co-benefits)

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Proponent: World Health Organization (WHO) Project title: Study on Health Impact of Air Quality and Temperature in Shanghai
Main objectives and outputs: 1. To retrieve relevant air quality data, temperature data and mortality and morbidity health data for the city of Shanghai over the 5 to 10 years 2. To conduct assessment, analysis and correlation study of health morbidity and mortality data with the air quality and temperature data in the city of Shanghai and establish doseresponse relationships 3. To estimate the air quality, temperature and morbidity and mortality health data by using the monitored air quality and temperature data and dose-response, relationship established in all grids developed in those grids, and verify the estimated health data with actual hospital data 4. To input these data into geographical information system (GIS) in the city of Shanghai 5. To produce a report at the completion of the project. Total budget: $14,000.00 Funding sources: WHO Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Completed 2004 Regions covered: East Asia. Countries covered: China Cities/provinces covered: Shanghai Implementing agencies: Shanghai Municipal Center for Disease Control and Prevention, Department of Environmental Health Main contact person: Dr H. Ogawa Regional Adviser in Healthy Settings and Environment World Health Organization (WHO) (632) 528 8001 (632) 528 0279; (632) 521 1036 ogawah@wpro.who.int Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Country/City 1: Shanghai, China Main Responsible Organization: Shanghai Municipal Center for Disease Control and Prevention, Department of Environmental Health Contact Person: Dr. Guo Changyi Job Title: Deputy Director Project components Data gathering and analysis Capacity building Areas of focus AQ monitoring Ambient AQ monitoring Health effects

Proponent: World Health Organization (WHO) Project title: Study on Health Impact of Air Quality and Temperature in Taiyuan
Main objectives and outputs: 1. To retrieve relevant air quality data, temperature data and mortality and morbidity health data for the city of Taiyuan over the 5 to 10 years 2. To conduct assessment, analysis and correlation study of health morbidity and mortality data with the air quality and temperature data in the city of Taiyuan and establish doseresponse relationships 3. To estimate the air quality, temperature and morbidity and mortality health data by using the monitored air quality and temperature data and dose-response, relationship established in all grids developed in those grids, and verify the estimated health data with actual hospital data Project components Data gathering and analysis Capacity building Areas of focus AQ monitoring Ambient AQ monitoring Health effects

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4. To input these data into geographical information system (GIS) in the city of Taiyuan 5. To produce a report at the completion of the project. Total budget: $14,000.00 Funding sources: WHO Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Completed 2004 Regions covered: East Asia. Countries covered: China Cities/provinces covered: Taiyuan Implementing agencies: Main contact person: Dr H. Ogawa Regional Adviser in Healthy Settings and Environment World Health Organization (WHO) (632) 528 8001 (632) 528 0279; (632) 521 1036 ogawah@wpro.who.int Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Country/City 1: Taiyuan, China Main Responsible Organization: Institute for Environment Hygiene and Health Related Product Safety, Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention Contact Person: Dr Jin Yunlong Job Title: Director Tel No.: (8610) 67711577 Fax No.: (8610) 67711577

Proponent: Zheijiang University, PRC Project title: Asia pro Eco - Feasibility study on the extensive utilisation of biodiesel produced from waste and/or pure oils/fats in the public vehicles in Hangzhou and preparation for the implementation of a demonstration plant (biodiesel-Fs)
Main objectives and outputs: The project is to develop a rational pathway of producing good quality of biodiesel from China-origin waste and/or pure oils/fats in order to significantly reduce engine emissions encountered by Hangzhou and /or Tianjin through the replacement of petro-based diesel by produced biodiesel and at the same time to environment-friendly dispose waste oils/fats. The aim of the project is to present a solution to serious emissions incurring by vehicles used in Hangzhou through the replacement of petrol-based diesel by biodiesel. 1. Investigation of available waste and/or pure oil/fat sources suited for the production of biodiesel; 2. Characterisation of selected sources; 3. Quality control and assurance by fuel analysis in modern chemical laboratories; 4. Physico-chemical pretreatment of selected sources; 5. Evaluation and selection of suited production technology; 6. Formulation of new heterogeneous catalysts; 7. Lab-scale production of biodiesel; 8. Post-upgrading of raw biodiesel produced; 9. Testing of biodiesel in pure or blended way in laboratory facilities and on-road cars; 10. Re-use of glycerol; 11. Techno-economic evaluation of the production process; 12. Life cycle assessment of specific production process; 13. Dissemination of results to the target groups; 14. Preparations for the planned demo plant. Total budget: € 244.753,05 Funding sources: European Commission Project components

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Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: 13 Dec 2005 (12 mos duration) Regions covered: East Asia. Countries covered: China Cities/provinces covered: Hangzhou Tianjin Implementing agencies: Universita di Napoli "Federicoii" (UNINA), Italy; Austrian Biofuels Institute (ABI), Austria; University of Jean UJEAN), Spain; University of Malaya, Malaysia Main contact person: Prof. Guanyi Chen Zheijiang University, PRC 022-87401929 +86-22-27404833 chen@tju.edu.cn Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Dr. Shurong Wang Zhejiang University Telephone: 0571-87952801 Fax: 0571-87951616 Email: srwang@zju.edu.cn

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Proponent: Airports Authority of India (AAI) Project title: Ambient Air Quality and Noise Level Monitoring in and around Indira Gandhi International Airport, New Delhi
Main objectives and outputs: Ambient air quality and ambient noise level monitoring due to movement of aircraft in IGI Airport for the development of environmental management plan for compliance with respect the national standards Total budget: $7,614.85 Funding sources: AAI Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Ongoing up to 2005 Regions covered: South Asia. Countries covered: India Cities/provinces covered: New Delhi Implementing agencies: Airports Authority of India Main contact person: Dr. J.K.Moitra Ambient Air Quality and Noise Level Monitoring Airports Authority of India (AAI) 91 98 10032481 91 11 22387792 emtrcjkm@ rediffmail.com Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): New Delhi Main Responsible Organization: EMTRC Consultants Pvt. Ltd. Contact Person: Dr. J.K.Moitra Job Title: Ambient air quality and noise level monitoring Tel No. 91 98 10032481 Fax No. 91 11 22387792 Email: emtrcjkm@rediffmail.com Website of Organization: www.emtrc.com Project components

Areas of focus AQ monitoring Roadside AQ monitoring Emissions inventory Mobile sources Public transport Rail transport Gasoline Road infrastructure Indoor air pollution Stationary sources Monitoring for stationary sources

Proponent: Asian Development Bank (ADB) Project title: India Urban Clean Fuel Project
Main objectives and outputs: 1. The primary purpose of the TA is to formulate an economically viable project to promote widespread use of natural gas in 6 Indian cities. 2. The components of the project include: • Policy Guidelines and institutional measures for fast implementation of CNG development of policy framework, and laws for sustained use of natural gas in urban areas • Revised policy guidelines for pricing and institutional mandates • An optimal strategy for the involvement of the private sector and the multilaterals • Project plans for concerned cities with acceptable economic and financial viability Total budget: $1,250,000.00 Funding sources: 1. ADB 2.United Kingdom Cooperation Fund 3. Gas Authority of India, Ltd (GAIL) Funding type: Grant/TA. Project components Policy and strategies devt. Data gathering and analysis Areas of focus Mobile sources Public transport Fuels

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Status of project: Started November 2003, Completed June 2004 Regions covered: East Asia. Countries covered: India Cities/provinces covered: Agra, Faridabad, Kanpur, Kolkata, Lucknow, Pune Implementing agencies: Gas Authority of India, Ltd (GAIL) Main contact person: Najeeb H. Jung Senior Energy Specialist Asian Development Bank (ADB) (632) 632 6240 njung@adb.org Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Cities: India/ Agra, Faridabad, Kanpur, Kolkata, Lucknow, Pune Main Responsible Organization: Gas Authority of India, Ltd (GAIL)

Proponent: Asian Regional Research Program on Environmental Technology (AIRPET) Project title: Particulate Monitoring and Control of Volatile Organic Compounds for Improved Air Quality of Chennai City, India
Main objectives and outputs: Not Specified Total budget: Funding sources: Not Specified Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Regions covered: South Asia. Countries covered: India Cities/provinces covered: Chennai City Implementing agencies: Indian Institute of Technology, Madras India Main contact person: Prof. D. V. S. Murthy Environmental Engineering Laboratory, Department of Chemical Engineering Asian Regional Research Program on Environmental Technology (AIRPET) 91 44 22578212 91 44 22570509, 22576515 dvs_murthy@yahoo.com Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Not Specified Project components Data gathering and analysis Awareness raising Areas of focus AQ monitoring Ambient AQ monitoring Source apportionment Mobile sources Diesel Stationary sources Monitoring for stationary sources

Proponent: Environmental Information System (ENVIS) Project title: Acid Rain and Atmospheric Pollution Modeling
Main objectives and outputs: 1. ENVIS Project (MoeF): To furnish and disseminate the information on the subject area Project components

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―Acid rain and Atmospheric Pollutants‖ and to enrich the available database for India. Development of qualitative as well as quantitative database for primary as well as secondary data sets related to all the atmospheric pollutants viz. Carbon Mono-Oxide (CO), Oxides of Nitrogen (NOX), Ozone (O3), and Suspended Particulate Matters, etc. and acid rain records in terms of acidification index. 2. DST –Project: Monitoring and modeling of Atmospheric Pollutants and Chemical Weather under Different Environments Total budget: $87,286.75 Funding sources: 1.MoEF 2. DST Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: On-going Regions covered: South Asia. Countries covered: India Cities/provinces covered: Pune, Maharashita Implementing agencies: Ministry of Environment and Forest and Ministry of Science and Technology, New Delhi, India Main contact person: DR. Gufran Beig Asst. Director Environmental Information System (ENVIS) +91-20-25893600 +91-20-25893825 beig@tropmet.res.in Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Country/City 1: Pune, India Main Responsible Organization: IITM, PUNE-411 Contact Person: Dr. Gufran Beig Job Title: ASSTT. DIRCETOR Tel No. +91-20-25893600 Fax No. +91-20-25893825 Email: beig@tropmet.res.in Website of Organization: http://envis.tropmet.res.in

Areas of focus AQ monitoring Roadside AQ monitoring Emissions inventory Mobile sources Public transport Rail transport Non-motorized transport Transboundary sources Monitoring transboundary sources Policies for transboundary sources Stationary sources Monitoring for stationary sources

Proponent: Japan Bank for International Cooperation (JBIC) Project title: Delhi Mass Rapid Transport System Project
Main objectives and outputs: This project (Phase 5) involves the construction of track of 62 km for a mass transit system that will extend a total of 245 km, and that will consist of subway, elevated and surface railways in Delhi. The aim of the project is to improve Delhi’s urban environment by reducing traffic congestion and pollution. The project is expected to help reduce traffic congestion, exhaust emissions, and other types of urban pollution caused by motor vehicles, and to play an essential role in improving Delhi’s transit system. Total budget: $561,300.70 Funding sources: JBIC Funding type: Loan. Status of project: Phase V: Start 31 March 2004 to be completed Dec 2007 Regions covered: South Asia. Countries covered: India Cities/provinces covered: Delhi Implementing agencies: Delhi Metro Rail Corporation Limited (DMRC) Main contact person: Japan Bank for International Cooperation (JBIC) 81-3-5218-3688 81-3-5218-3972 Project components Equipment support Areas of focus Mobile sources Public transport Rail transport Road infrastructure

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Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Country/City 1: India/ Delhi Main Responsible Organization: Delhi Metro Rail Corporation Limited (DMRC) Tel No. 91-11-2436-5202 Fax No. 91-11-2436-5370 Website of Organization: http://www.delhimetrorail.com/

Proponent: National Environmental Engineering Research Institute (NEERI) Project title: Air Quality Monitoring & Emission Source Apportionment Studies
Main objectives and outputs: To create awareness in general public on the factors that influence the ambient air quality to minimanise if not totally eliminate misleading interpretations. The study aims at a more rational approach to air quality solution and to demonstrate a proactive approach to improve air quality including the following • To measure baseline air pollutants and air toxic level at different parts of Delhi, Which includes ―hot spots‖ on krebside as well • To inventories the various air pollutants in Delhi • To project emission inventories using mathematical models taking into account the vehicle population/industrial growth, improvements in vehicle technology, fuel quality changes and other activities having impact on ambient air quality thereof • To conduct source apportionment studies of Respirable Particulate Matter (PM 10) Total budget: Funding sources: Not Specified Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Regions covered: South Asia. Countries covered: India Cities/provinces covered: Delhi, Mumbai, Banglore, Chennai, Kolkata Implementing agencies: The following parties are responsible for implementation of the project 1) Indian Oil Corporation Limited, R&D Centre, Faridabad 2) Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Limited 3) Bharat Petroleum Corporation Limited 4) Reliance Industries Limited 5) National Environmental Engineering Research Institute Main contact person: Dr. Sukumar Devotta Director, NEERI National Environmental Engineering Research Institute (NEERI) Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Country/City 1: Mumbai Main Responsible Organization: Name: Dr. Rakesh Kumar Job Title: Scientist & Head Organizational affiliation: Tel. No.: (+91) (022) 2492 6859, 2497 3521 Fax No.: (+91) (022) 2493 6635 Email: rakeshmee@rediffmail.com, r_kumar@neeri.res.in Website address of organization: www.neeri.res.in Project components Data gathering and analysis Awareness raising Equipment support Areas of focus AQ monitoring Ambient AQ monitoring Roadside AQ monitoring Emissions inventory Source apportionment Mobile sources Fuels Gasoline Diesel CNG/LPG Transboundary sources Monitoring transboundary sources Stationary sources Monitoring for stationary sources

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Proponent: National Environmental Engineering Research Institute (NEERI) Project title: Benefit Mapping of Air Pollution Control in Mumbai (BENMAP)
Main objectives and outputs: • Information collation on air from different organization for past three decade in Mumbai City. • Possible interventions over last 25 years after the Air Act, 1981 and fuel policy intervention and its implications on air quality • Use of air quality and health information in BENMAP simulation model with a view to assess impacts of action and estimate valuation in whole of metropolitan area and different wards. • Web enabled information package to be integrated with MPCB so as to get involve direct public participation in terms of comments, suggestions, contributions, etc. Total budget: Funding sources: MPCB, NEERI, USEPA Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Started 2005, On-going Regions covered: South Asia. Countries covered: India Cities/provinces covered: Mumbai Implementing agencies: National Environmental Engineering Research Institute (NEERI) and Maharashtra Pollution Control Board (MPCB) Main contact person: Dr. Rakesh Kumar Scientist & Head National Environmental Engineering Research Institute (NEERI) (+91) (022) 2492 6859, 2497 3521 (+91) (022) 2493 6635 rakeshmee@rediffmail.com, r_kumar@neeri.res.in Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Country/City 1: Mumbai Main Responsible Organization: NEERI Name: Dr. Rakesh Kumar Job Title: Scientist & Head Organizational affiliation: Tel. No.: (+91) (022) 2492 6859, 2497 3521 Fax No.: (+91) (022) 2493 6635 Email: rakeshmee@rediffmail.com, r_kumar@neeri.res.in Website address of organization: www.neeri.res.in Country/ City 2: Mumbai Main Responsible Organization: MPCB Name: Dr. D. B. Boralkar Job Title: Member Secretary Email: varunbkar@yahoo.com Tel No. (+91) (022) 24020781, 24014701, 24010437 Fax No.; (+91) (022) 24024068 Website address of organization: http://mpcb.mah.nic.in Project components Policy and strategies devt. Data gathering and analysis Awareness raising Capacity building Equipment support Areas of focus AQ monitoring Ambient AQ monitoring Roadside AQ monitoring Health effects Benefit Mapping

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Proponent: National Environmental Engineering Research Institute (NEERI) Project title: Pune Source Apportionment Study & Air Quality Management
Main objectives and outputs: The Pune Air Quality Management Project - consist of Four Key activities central to urban air quality management 1. Air quality monitoring 2. Emissions inventory 3. Air Quality Modelling 4. Control Strategy Development The objectives of the Pune Air Quality Management project are to : 1. Provide technical assistance to PMC& MPCB for hosting, maintaining and updating the PREIS 2. This PERIS shall be updated by AQM Cell Pune of PMC with support from MPCB after the Project 3. Provide overall supervision, participation, and technical support 4. Assist PMC and MPCB in assessing and interpreting data and data quality at regular intervals Source Apportionment Studies - Pune - The goal of the source apportionment field study is to provide opportunities for local participants to learn particulate matter (PM) monitoring and source apportionment analysis techniques to identify major contributors of particulate pollution in Pune. Information gathered by this study will be critical in guiding future policy and regulatory direction for managing urban air quality in Pune. Total budget: Funding sources: PMC, NEERI, USEPA Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Started 2005, On-going Regions covered: South Asia. Countries covered: India Cities/provinces covered: Pune Implementing agencies: • Pune Municipal Corporation (PMC) • Ministry of Environment And Forestry (MOEF) • United States Environmental Protection Agency(USEPA) • Maharashtra Pollution Control Board (MPCB) • Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB) • CDAC, Pune • IIT, Mumbai • University of Pune Main contact person: Dr. Rakesh Kumar Scientist & Head National Environmental Engineering Research Institute (NEERI) (+91) (022) 2492 6859, 2497 3521 (+91) (022) 2493 6635 rakeshmee@rediffmail.com, r_kumar@neeri.res.in Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Country/City 1: Mumbai Main Responsible Organization: NEERI Name: Dr. Rakesh Kumar Job Title: Scientist & Head Organizational affiliation: Tel. No.: (+91) (022) 2492 6859, 2497 3521 Fax No.: (+91) (022) 2493 6635 Email: rakeshmee@rediffmail.com, r_kumar@neeri.res.in Website address of organization: www.neeri.res.in Country/ City 2: Pune Main Responsible Organization: PMC Name : Dr. Ajay R. Ojha Compendium of Air Quality Projects and Programs in Asia, 3rd edition AQ monitoring Ambient AQ monitoring Roadside AQ monitoring Emissions inventory Source apportionment Mobile sources Fuels Gasoline Diesel CNG/LPG Stationary sources Monitoring for stationary sources Policies for stationary sources Project components Policy and strategies devt. Data gathering and analysis Awareness raising Capacity building Equipment support Areas of focus

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Job Title: Air Quality Manager, Pune Tel No. 09823011520 Email: ajaysworld@rediffmail.com, ajayrojha@yahoo.co.in Website address of organization: http://www.egovpmc.com Country/ City 3: Mumbai Main Responsible Organization: MPCB Name: Dr. D. B. Boralkar Job Title: Member Secretary Email: varunbkar@yahoo.com Tel No. (+91) (022) 24020781, 24014701, 24010437 Fax No.; (+91) (022) 24024068 Website address of organization: http://mpcb.mah.nic.in

Proponent: Regional Air Pollution in Developing Countries (RAPIDC) Project title: Health Impact Studies of RAPIDC
Main objectives and outputs: (Phase 1) During the health meeting in Hyderabad, India, 1999, several ideas were proposed to help develop knowledge about health impacts in South Asian conditions. Risks can be assessed currently using dose-response relationships derived in western countries and the exposure data from concentration mapping. There is a need to develop doseresponse relationships relevant from an Asian perspective and of the same type that have been used in Europe and North America. (Phase 2) It is intended that a network of health experts nominated by NIAs from the different countries will be set up to discuss the health issues in Malé countries. With the help of this network, projects may be developed and carried out. One activity open for discussion is the application of internationally available air pollution and health relationships in the countries. This could be carried out as part of the training workshops, as long as participants bring suitable data to the workshop. Discussion about results, their applicability and gaps remaining will be facilitated. It is the intention to develop health studies as part of the Malé Declaration process. A suitable format has been suggested and accepted by NIAs, and a number would like to apply it in schools in their country investigating the links between impacts on children and air pollution. Rather than carry out epidemiological studies themselves, the activity intends to investigate a framework/manual explaining the methods for epidemiological studies in Asia based on the experience of health specialists. An analysis, using existing information, of a number of cases of practical and proven means of controlling air pollution in developing countries will be used to determine the health benefits that will accrue in selected Asian cities if air pollution controls are applied. Major tasks include: 1. To assess risk assessments for health effects in different Asian countries and develop a manual for the derivation of Asia-specific dose-response relationships; 2. To determine the health benefits that will accrue in selected Asian cities from the use of practical and proven means of controlling pollution in developing countries based on existing information; 3. To develop a method to estimate PM2.5 concentrations in cities based upon airport visibility data in South Asia; 4. To monitor indoor air pollution and health indicators in households using different cooking and heating methods, finding the additional risk of air pollution exposure due to poverty and gender issues in South Asia; 5. To hold a workshop in South Asia at which the results of these studies are reviewed. Total budget: $790,000.00 Funding sources: SIDA phase 1 and phase 2 Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Phase 2 Started 2005, to be Completed 2008 Phase 1 Started 2001, Completed 2004 Regions covered: South Asia. Countries covered: India Cities/provinces covered: Hyderabad Implementing agencies: Project components Data gathering and analysis Awareness raising Capacity building Areas of focus AQ monitoring Ambient AQ monitoring Health effects

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IVL in collaboration with SEI (phase 1); in collaboration with Frank Murray, Murdoch University, Perth Australia (phase 2) Main contact person: Dr Johan Kuylenstierna Director Regional Air Pollution in Developing Countries (RAPIDC) +44 1904 432 892 +44 1904 432 898 jck1@york.ac.uk Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Not Specified

Proponent: Regional Air Pollution in Developing Countries (RAPIDC) Project title: RAPIDC Urban Assessment - Hyderabad (Phase 1) Phase 2 to be expanded to other South Asian Cities
Main objectives and outputs: The aim of this project is to continue development of rapid assessment tools at urban scale to evaluate emissions, concentrations and impacts and allow early focus on implementing cost-effective abatement measures. The emphasis in this project will be to build the methodology for the rapid emission inventory method and then investigate the use of this data in conjunction with simple dispersion models, and verification using low-cost monitoring. The rapid assessment method based on this mapping technique will be finalised and verified for Hyderabad. An emission database for Hyderabad will be established using GIS, satellite pictures, diffusive samplers and, to a limited extent, more time consuming traditional methods. The rapid emission inventory will be linked to a simple atmospheric transport model to develop modelled concentration estimates, which will be tested against concentrations using diffusive samplers. The results of the tool will be exposure data which may be linked to dose-response curves and economic assessment methods of ―damages‖ resulting from the impact related activities of the proposal. The main activities being undertaken by this project are: 1. Creation of an emission inventory for Hyderabad using GIS 2. Satellite pictures to define a land-use classification 3. Identification of some point sources; collection of information concerning major polluting sectors by diffusive samplers and to a limited extent more traditional emission inventory methods. Use of the land use data, weighted by population density to distribute the emissions 4. Use of passive samplers and PM10 monitors to validate the inventory 5. Developing a rapid emission inventory manual as part of the rapid assessment tool development 6. Training of EPTRI staff to handle and expand the emission inventory and use the data in modeling; 7. Linkage of the emission database with a suitable dispersion model 8. Assessment of the risks related to air pollution in Hyderabad 9. Application of the rapid assessment method in combination with dose-response relationships and methods to determine economic implications using information from the impact activities, together with the Swedish Corrosion Institute (Korrosionsinstitutet), human health experts and crop yield specialists. This process was completed for Hyderabad in 2004 and in RAPIDC PIII the method will be applied to a further city in south Asia – see RAPIDC website for details. Training will be conducted in method across the South Asia region. Total budget: $840,000.00 Funding sources: SIDA phase 1 and phase 2 Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Phase 2 Started 2005, to be Completed 2008 Phase 1 Started 2001, Completed 2004 Regions covered: South Asia. Project components Data gathering and analysis Capacity building Areas of focus AQ monitoring Ambient AQ monitoring Health effects

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Countries covered: India Cities/provinces covered: Hyderabad Implementing agencies: Environment Protection Training Research Institute (EPTRI), IVL (http://www.ivl.se/) in collaboration with SEI Main contact person: Dr Johan Kuylenstierna Director Regional Air Pollution in Developing Countries (RAPIDC) +44 1904 432 892 +44 1904 432 898 jck1@york.ac.uk Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Country/City 1: India/Hyderabad Responsible Organization: Environment Protection Training Research Institute (EPTRI) Other South Asian Cities

Proponent: Society of Indian Automobile Manufacturers (SIAM) Project title: Computerisation of emission testing process across India
Main objectives and outputs: 1. Minimise human intervention while checking a vehicle 2. Creation of database 3. First step towards Networking of Test Centres to get all data at a central server 4. Model Centres are created to generate awareness in the States and extend to other emission test centres Total budget: $221,900.00 Funding sources: SIAM contribution from respective emission test centre owner Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Started June 2001, On-going Regions covered: South Asia. Countries covered: India Cities/provinces covered: Implementing agencies: SIAM Main contact person: Parthaa Bosu Executive Assistant Society of Indian Automobile Manufacturers (SIAM) (+91) 11 2464 7810 (+91 ) 11 2464 8222 pbosu@siamindia.com Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Not Specified Project components Capacity building Equipment support Areas of focus Mobile sources Inspection and maintenance

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Proponent: Society of Indian Automobile Manufacturers (SIAM) Project title: International Conference & Exposition on Inspection & Certification of In-use vehicles
Main objectives and outputs: 1. Create awareness on International practices on I&M 2. Suggest options for India Total budget: $53,200.00 Funding sources: Not Specified Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Regions covered: South Asia. Countries covered: India Cities/provinces covered: Implementing agencies: Main contact person: Atanu Ganguli Assistant Director Society of Indian Automobile Manufacturers (SIAM) (+91) 11 24647810 (+91 ) 11 24648222 aganguli@siamindia.com Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Country/City 1: Hyderabad, India Organization: Transport Dept, Govt of AP Contact Person: Mr C L N Gandhi Job Title: Joint Commissioner India Organization: USAID Contact Person: Mr Sandeep Tandon India Organization: ICICI Bank Contact Person: Mr Anil Malhotra Ministry of Road Transport & Highways & Central Pollution Control Board Project components Awareness raising Capacity building Areas of focus Mobile sources Inspection and maintenance

Proponent: Society of Indian Automobile Manufacturers (SIAM) Project title: Pilot study Project on Networking of Pollution Check Centres in Hyderabad
Main objectives and outputs: 1. Enable Electronic emission data transfer from emission check centres 2. Collate all the data from different formats at a central database within the state 3. Analyse the data to enable formulate policy prescription Total budget: $111,000.00 Funding sources: 1. SIAM 2. USAID Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Started May 2003, Completed July 2004 Regions covered: South Asia. Countries covered: India Cities/provinces covered: Hyderabad Project components Awareness raising Capacity building Areas of focus Mobile sources Inspection and maintenance

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Implementing agencies: Main contact person: Leena Pandey Executive Officer Society of Indian Automobile Manufacturers (SIAM) (+91) 11 24647810 leena@siamindia.com Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Not Specified

Proponent: Society of Indian Automobile Manufacturers (SIAM) Project title: Technical Visits & Seminar on Alternative Energy Driven Vehicles
Main objectives and outputs: Share India’s experience to introduce AEV Total budget: $22,800.00 Funding sources: 1. SIAM 2. USAID Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Started September 2003, Completed January 2004 Regions covered: South Asia. Countries covered: India Cities/provinces covered: Implementing agencies: Main contact person: Atanu Ganguli Assistant Director Society of Indian Automobile Manufacturers (SIAM) (+91) 11 24647810 (+91 ) 11 24648222 aganguli@siamindia.com Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Ministry of Petroleum & Natural Gas Project components Awareness raising Capacity building Areas of focus Mobile sources Fuels

Proponent: Society of Indian Automobile Manufacturers (SIAM) Project title: Training CD on Computerisation and correct idle emission checking procedures for both petrol and Diesel Vehicles
Main objectives and outputs: 1. Training CD on idle emission checking 2. Information on emission checking procedure 3. Information on Computerisation 4. To be incorporated with vernacular voice over for general technicians also Total budget: $1,600.00 Funding sources: SIAM Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Started February 2004, Completed June 2004 Project components Capacity building Areas of focus Mobile sources Inspection and maintenance

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Regions covered: Countries covered: India Cities/provinces covered: Implementing agencies: Main contact person: Parthaa Bosu Executive Assistant Society of Indian Automobile Manufacturers (SIAM) (+91) 11 24647810 (+91) 11 2464 8222 pbosu@siamindia.com Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Not Specified

Proponent: Society of Indian Automobile Manufacturers (SIAM) Project title: Training Programme on Alternative Energy Driven Vehicles and Systems
Main objectives and outputs: 1. Policy Prescription 2. Handling of Alternative Fuels 3. Operation & maintenance Alternative fuel vehicles Total budget: $4,000.00 Funding sources: SIAM Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Started November 2002, Completed January 2003 Regions covered: South Asia. Countries covered: India Cities/provinces covered: Implementing agencies: Main contact person: Deepti Singh Executive Officer Society of Indian Automobile Manufacturers (SIAM) (+91) 11 24647810 (+91) 11 2464 8222 deepti@siamindia.com Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Country/City 1: India Main Responsible Organization: SIAM, DTC, USAID, US Dept of Energy, USAEP Project components Capacity building Areas of focus Mobile sources Fuels CNG/LPG

Proponent: TATA Motors Ltd. Project title: Development and Demonstration of Fuel Cell Bus
Main objectives and outputs: To develop a fuel cell bus for demonstration and for on-road validation of performance. This will help in getting experience in handling Hydrogen storage on the bus and integration of fuel cell system on the vehicle. Project components Policy and strategies devt. Data gathering and analysis Awareness raising Capacity building

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Total budget: $690,000.00 Funding sources: TATA Motors Ltd. Funding type: Status of project: Regions covered: South Asia. Countries covered: India Cities/provinces covered: Maharashtra Pune Implementing agencies: Main contact person: Mr. V.G.Gujrathi General Manager TATA Motors Ltd. 91-20-5613 2484 91-20-5613 8845 vgg36984@tatamotors.com Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Country/City 1: India / Maharashtra, Pune Main Responsible Organization: TATA MOTORS LTD. Contact Person: Mr.V.G.Gujrathi Job Title: General Manager, (Electrical & Electronics) - Engineering Research Centre) Tel No. 91-20-5613 2484 Fax No. 91-20-5613 8845 Email: vgg36984@tatamotors.com Website of Organization: www.tatamotors.com Equipment support Areas of focus Mobile sources Public transport Bus transport Fuels Hydrogen Climate change mitigation (cobenefits approach) Transport sector (co-benefits) Energy sector (co-benefits)

Proponent: TATA Motors Ltd. Project title: Development of Compressed Natural Gas fuelled engines for transportation
Main objectives and outputs: • To develop low emission buses and trucks to meet future emission norms. Total budget: $1,150,000.00 Funding sources: Funding type: Status of project: 1 year Regions covered: South Asia. Countries covered: India Cities/provinces covered: Delhi Implementing agencies: Main contact person: Mr. R. Sampath Deputy General Manager TATA Motors Ltd. 91-20-5613 2014 91-20-5613 1652 rsampath@tatamotors.com Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Country/ City 1: India / Maharashtra, Pune Main Responsible Organization: TATA MOTORS LTD. Contact Person: Mr. R. Sampath Job Title: Deputy General Manager, (Engines-Engineering Research Centre). Tel No. 91-20-5613 2014 Fax No. 91-20-5613 1652 Email: rsampath@tatamotors.com Website of Organization: www.tatamotors.com Project components Policy and strategies devt. Data gathering and analysis Areas of focus Mobile sources Public transport Bus transport Fuels CNG/LPG Climate change mitigation (cobenefits approach) Transport sector (co-benefits)

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Proponent: TATA Motors Ltd. Project title: Development of Hydrogen fuelled engines for transportation
Main objectives and outputs: • Development and demonstration of hydrogen Internal Combustion engine vehicles. Project components Policy and strategies devt. Awareness raising Areas of focus Mobile sources Public transport Bus transport Fuels Hydrogen Climate change mitigation (cobenefits approach) Transport sector (co-benefits)

Considering the long route of Fuel cell powered vehicle, the simpler route identified is, use of hydrogen to fuel existing IC engine vehicles so as to kick start ―Hydrogen Economy‖ Total budget: $4,135,000.00 Funding sources: MNES Funding type: Status of project: 3 years Regions covered: South Asia. Countries covered: India Cities/provinces covered: Delhi Implementing agencies: National Hydrogen Energy Board (NHEB) Formed by Ministry of Non-Conventional Energy Sources (MNES) to Promote Use of Automotive Applications Main contact person: Mr. R. Sampath Deputy General Manager TATA Motors Ltd. 91-20-5613 2014 91-20-5613 1652 rsampath@tatamotors.com Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Country/ City 1: India / Maharashtra, Pune Main Responsible Organization: TATA MOTORS LTD. Contact Person: Mr. R. Sampath Job Title: Deputy General Manager, (Engines-Engineering Research Centre). Tel No. 91-20-5613 2014 Fax No. 91-20-5613 1652 Email: rsampath@tatamotors.com Website of Organization: www.tatamotors.com

Country/ City 2: India / Delhi Main Responsible Organization: Society of Indian Automobile Manufacturers Contact Person: Mr. K. K. Gandhi Job Title: Executive Director (Technical) Tel No. 91-11-24648555 Fax No. 91-11-24648222 Email: kkgandhi@siam.in Website of Organization: www.siamindia.com

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Proponent: TATA Motors Ltd. Project title: Study of Bio-diesel blend in diesel engine for automotive applications.
Main objectives and outputs: Impact of use of bio-diesel as a fuel on different types of vehicle w.r.t. engine performance and emission characteristics. The project will help in increasing the scope of use of bio-diesel in fleet operation. Areas of focus Total budget: $230,000.00 Funding sources: TATA Motors Ltd. Funding type: Status of project: 2 years Regions covered: South Asia. Countries covered: India Cities/provinces covered: Maharashtra Haryana Implementing agencies: Main contact person: Mr. R. Sampath Deputy General Manager TATA Motors Ltd. 91-20-5613 2014 91-20-5613 1652 rsampath@tatamotors.com Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Country/ City 1: India / Maharashtra, Pune Main Responsible Organization: TATA MOTORS LTD. Contact Person: Mr. R. Sampath Job Title: Deputy General Manager, (Engines-Engineering Research Centre). Tel No. 91-20-5613 2014 Fax No. 91-20-5613 1652 Email: rsampath@tatamotors.com Website of Organization: www.tatamotors.com Country/ City 2: India / Haryana, Faridabad Main Responsible Organization: INDIAN OIL CORPORATION LTD. Contact Person: Mr. R. K. Malhotra Job Title: General Manager (R&D Center) Tel No. 91-129-2283710, 91-129-2285611-16, extn.: 338 Fax No. 91-129-2286221 Email: malhotrark@iocrd.co.in, malhotrark@iocl.co.in Website of Organization: www.iocl.com AQ monitoring Emissions inventory Mobile sources Public transport Bus transport Fuels Biofuels Climate change mitigation (cobenefits approach) Transport sector (co-benefits) Project components Data gathering and analysis Awareness raising

Proponent: TATA Motors Ltd. Project title: Use of Hydrogen (up to) 30%) in CNG as a fuel for automotive applications
Main objectives and outputs: • Study of performance characteristics and demonstration of public transport vehicles running on hydrogen CNG mixture. Project components Policy and strategies devt. Data gathering and analysis Awareness raising Areas of focus

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existing CNG engines by using hydrogen as an additive. Total budget: $6,430,000.00 Funding sources: MNES Funding type: Status of project: 2 years Regions covered: South Asia. Countries covered: India Cities/provinces covered: Delhi Haryana Implementing agencies: National Hydrogen Energy Board (NHEB) Formed by Ministry of Non-Conventional Energy Sources (MNES) to Promote Use of Automotive Applications Main contact person: Mr. R. Sampath Deputy General Manager TATA Motors Ltd. 91-20-5613 2014 91-20-5613 1652 rsampath@tatamotors.com Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Country/City 1: India / Maharashtra, Pune Main Responsible Organization: TATA MOTORS LTD. Contact Person: Mr. R. Sampath Job Title: Deputy General Manager, (Engines-Engineering Research Centre). Tel No. 91-20-5613 2014 Fax No. 91-20-5613 1652 Email: rsampath@tatamotors.com Website of Organization: www.tatamotors.com Country/City 2: India / Haryana, Faridabad Main Responsible Organization: INDIAN OIL CORPORATION LTD. Contact Person: Mr. R. K. Malhotra Job Title: General Manager (R&D Center) Tel No. 91-129-2283710, 91-129-2285611-16, extn.: 338 Fax No. 91-129-2286221 Email: malhotrark@iocrd.co.in, malhotrark@iocl.co.in Website of Organization: www.iocl.com Country/City 3: India / Delhi Main Responsible Organization: Society of Indian Automobile Manufacturers Contact Person: Mr. K. K. Gandhi Job Title: Executive Director (Technical) Tel No. 91-11-24648555 Fax No. 91-11-24648222 Email: kkgandhi@siam.in Website of Organization: www.siamindia.com Mobile sources Public transport Bus transport Fuels CNG/LPG Hydrogen Climate change mitigation (cobenefits approach) Transport sector (co-benefits)

Proponent: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) Project title: Integrated Environmental Strategies Hyderabad
Main objectives and outputs: • Provide policymakers with quantified information on the public health, environmental, and economic impacts of selected integrated measures to improve ambient air and reduce greenhouse gas emissions • Engage policymakers and other key stakeholders in a discussion on the benefits of an integrated approach to addressing environmental problems • Build support among key stakeholders, including public officials, businesses, NGOs, and civic organizations, for the effective implementation of promising measures Project components Policy and strategies devt. Data gathering and analysis Awareness raising Capacity building Areas of focus

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• Build capacity in Hyderabad and India for multidisciplinary policy analysis • Analyze sources of particulate matter to use in evaluating options Outputs: The IES India team synthesized the multiple impacts analyzed, and completed a policy analysis of each ambient air quality measure considered. This policy analysis included a cost-benefit analysis and recommendations on promising measures. A final report on the key findings of the IES India team, including cost-benefit analysis and recommendations, was presented to government officials in June 2004 at the central, state, and municipal level and revised per their feedback and suggestions. The final report, as well as presentation documents, are available at the web (www.epa.gov/ies) address. Total budget: $500,000.00 Funding sources: USAID, USEPA Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Started 2002 Completed Regions covered: South Asia. Countries covered: India Cities/provinces covered: Hyderabad Implementing agencies: Environmental Protection Training and Research Institute Main contact person: Katherine Sibold Program Manager U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) 1 (202) 343-9280 1 (202) 343-2337 sibold.katherine@epa.gov, ies@epa.gov Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Country/City 1: Hyderabad, India Main Responsible Organization: Environmental Protection Training and Research Institute Contact Person: Gayathri Ramachandran or N.S. Vatcha Tel No.: 91-40-30000489/ 91-4003001241 Fax No.: 91-40-3000361 Email: gayathri@eptri.com / vatcha@eptri.com Website of Organization: www.eptri.com Confederation of Indian Industries Contact Person: S. Srinivas Job Title: Senior Counselor – Energy Tel No.: 91-101-27765913 Email: s.srinivas@ciionline.org Website of Organization: www.ciionline.org; www.greenbusinesscentre.com USAID India Website of Organization: http://www.usaid.gov/locations/asia_near_east/countries/india/india.html Hyderabad, India Main Responsible Organization: Andhra Pradesh Pollution Control Board Contact Person: Dr. Kv Ramani Job Title: Joint Chief Environmental Scientist Tel No. 91-40-2375278 Email: jces_ramani@yahoo.co.in

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Proponent: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) Project title: Market Mechanisms to Improve Air Quality
Main objectives and outputs: 1. Training on market mechanisms for air quality management 2. Analysis of options for developing market mechanisms program in India 3. Pilot project on market mechanisms Project components

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Total budget: Funding sources: USEPA Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: On-going Regions covered: South Asia. Countries covered: India Cities/provinces covered: Pune Implementing agencies: Ministry of Environment and Forests in India and the Central Pollution Control Board Main contact person: Ted MacDonald EPA Coordinator, India programs U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) 1 (202) 564-6114 1 (202) 565-2411 macdonald.ted@epa.gov Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Not Specified AQ monitoring Roadside AQ monitoring Mobile sources

Proponent: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) Project title: Power Plant Emissions Monitoring and Control Strategies
Main objectives and outputs: 1. Assistance on NOx standards development for power plants 2. Mercury emissions monitoring training and demonstration project 3. Electrostatic precipitator (ESP) optimization training Total budget: Funding sources: USEPA Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Regions covered: South Asia. Countries covered: India Cities/provinces covered: Pune Implementing agencies: Ministry of Environment and Forests in India and the Central Pollution Control Board Main contact person: Ted MacDonald EPA Coordinator, India programs U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) 1 (202) 564-6114 1 (202) 565-2411 macdonald.ted@epa.gov Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Not Specified Project components

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Proponent: United States – Asia Environmental Partnership (USAEP) Project title: India Urban Air Quality Management Program
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This project's main objective is to improve air quality management practices and addressing mobile and select stationary sources of air pollution in India. Main activities include: 1. Introduction of air quality control strategies 2. Pilot improved inspection and maintenance of vehicles 3. Promotion of Clean Fuels 4. Support for Indian, Asian, and US Inter-action in Regional and International Air Quality Workshops, Conferences and meetings 5. Power Plant Air Quality Management - Mercury Emissions Monitoring Total budget: $43,000.00 Funding sources: 1. USAEP ($43,000) 2. International partners a. University of California-Riverside Desert Research Institute b. California Air Resources Board c. Univ. of Illinois d. EPA Air Pollution Training and Research Institute e. World Bank f. Asian Development Bank g. CSG-IRG, IIE/EPSG, USEPA, h. Energy Conversion Devices, Inc i. CARB, Air and Waste Management Association j. Department of Energy Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Started 2002, to be Completed 2008 Regions covered: South Asia. Countries covered: India Cities/provinces covered: Implementing agencies: Ministry of Environment and Forest Main contact person: Kristen Easter Country Manager India United States – Asia Environmental Partnership (USAEP) +91 (11) 419-8000 +91 (11) 419-8612 keaster@usaid.gov Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Country/City 1: India Main Responsible Organization: Ministry of Environment and Forest (MoEF)

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Proponent: United States – Asia Environmental Partnership (USAEP) Project title: Partnership for Clean Fuels and Vehicles
Main objectives and outputs: 1. Build capacity in India for emissions characterization and development of emissions factors; transfer emissions testing equipment and understanding; develop better emissions data for Indian vehicles 2. Diesel retrofit demonstration project: develop an understanding of how low-sulfur fuel and diesel retrofit technologies perform in Indian vehicles under Indian conditions Total budget: Funding sources: USEPA Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Started 2004, to be Completed 2006 Regions covered: South Asia. Countries covered: India Cities/provinces covered: Pune Implementing agencies: Project components Data gathering and analysis Capacity building Areas of focus Mobile sources Inspection and maintenance Fuels Stationary sources Policies for stationary sources

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Main contact person: Ted MacDonald EPA Coordinator, India programs United States – Asia Environmental Partnership (USAEP) 1 (202) 564-6114 1 (202) 565-2411 macdonald.ted@epa.gov Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Not Specified

Proponent: United States – Asia Environmental Partnership (USAEP) Project title: Urban Air Quality Management Training and Demonstration Project
Main objectives and outputs: 1. Training and demonstration project on urban air quality management 2. Includes training, technology transfer and demonstration of the following key components: air monitoring, source apportionment, emissions inventory, dispersion modeling, control strategy development, and health impact assessment. 3. Project is piloting in Pune, but tools and techniques will be spread throughout India Total budget: Funding sources: USEPA Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Started 2002, On-going Regions covered: South Asia. Countries covered: India Cities/provinces covered: Pune Implementing agencies: EPA, Office of International Affairs Main contact person: Ted MacDonald EPA Coordinator, India programs United States – Asia Environmental Partnership (USAEP) 1 (202 ) 564-6114 1 (202 )565-2411 macdonald.ted@epa.gov Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Country/City 1: Pune, India Main Responsible Organization: Pune Municipal Corporation, Ministry of Environment and Forests, Central Pollution Control Board Project components Data gathering and analysis Awareness raising Capacity building Areas of focus AQ monitoring Ambient AQ monitoring Emissions inventory Mobile sources Transport planning Stationary sources Monitoring for stationary sources

Proponent: University of California, Berkeley Project title: Health, Environment & Economic Development (HEED)
Main objectives and outputs: The Health, Environment & Economic Development (HEED) project is a large interdisciplinary research initiative designed to explore the relationship(s) between sociodemographic characteristics, environmental characteristics and health outcomes. Described below is only the air-pollution component, the overall purpose of which was to help develop an appropriate sampling methodology for a planned national survey of Indian households. Project components Policy and strategies devt. Data gathering and analysis Capacity building Equipment support Areas of focus

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Pollution levels were measured in 600 urban and rural households stratified by fuel, stove, and kitchen type using a newly developed low-cost particle monitor (UCB Monitor) and Gastec carbon monoxide (CO) dosimeter tubes combined with household questionnaires. The study took place in the Indian states of Tamil Nadu, Madyha Pradesh, West Bengal, and Uttarranchal. For illustration, we summarize preliminary results from Tamil Nadu only. They show that about 40% of the 150 households rely on wood in indoor kitchens, 26% on wood in outdoor kitchens, 21% on LPG, and 18% on kerosene. We monitored 24-hour continuous particulate concentrations at standard locations in relation to the stove and compared a subset (N=27) with mean PM2.5 levels derived from co-located portable SKC pumps, BGI cyclones, and filters. Mean 24-hour particulate concentration, measured using the gravimetric instruments, in kitchens relying primarily on wood in indoor kitchens was 589 µg/m3 (range 3.8–2330 µg/m3; N=11); in kitchens relying primarily on wood in outdoor kitchens was 312 µg/m3 (range 63.3–690 µg/m3; N=4); in kitchens relying primarily on kerosene was 153 µg/m3 (range 44.0–1160 µg/m3; N=8); and in kitchens relying primarily on LPG was 57 µg/m3 (range 5.5–167 µg/m3; N=4). The UCB Monitors are calibrated individually for temperature and particle sensitivity before field use and zeroed before and after each monitoring session. In the field, correlations between the continuous monitor and standard gravimetric methods ranged from R2=0.78-0.91. The CO tubes, which are read independently by two readers under standard conditions, were used to investigate the utility of this method as a low-cost quantitative proxy for 24-h particle concentrations. Full reports on all states are expected in late 2006 Total budget: Funding sources: Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: 2004-2006 Regions covered: South Asia. Countries covered: India Cities/provinces covered: Uttarranchal, West Bengal, Madyha Pradesh, Tamil Nadu Implementing agencies: The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI), New Delhi, India Sri Ramachandra Medical College, Chennai, Tamil Nadu Main contact person: Kirk R. Smith Professor University of California, Berkeley 510-643-0793 510-642-5815 krksmith@berkeley.edu Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): India, New Delhi Main Responsible Organization: The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI) Contact Person: Dr. R. Uma Job Title: Tel No. 91 11(0) 2468 2100 Fax No. 91 11(0) 2468 2144 Email: ruma@teri.res.in Website of Organization: http://www.teriin.org/ India, Chennai Main Responsible Organization: Sri Ramachandra Medical College Contact Person: Dr. Kalpana Balakrishnan Job Title: Professor and Head, Department of Environmental Health Engineering Tel No. +91-44-2476 5609 (direct) Fax No. +91-44-2476 7008 Email: kalpanasrmc@vsnl.com Website of Organization: http://www.hostindia.com/srmc/

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Proponent: World Bank Project title: India - Capacity Building for Industrial Pollution Management
Main objectives and outputs: The objective of the project was to assist the Government of India implement its environmental priorities as outlined in the Environment Action Program of December 1993. Proposed Objectives: The project will support the implementation of the new Government policies that emphasize enforcement, integration of pollution prevention efforts and social participation. The objective of the project is to strengthen the environmental management capacity of state regulatory bodies through a "learning-by-doing" approach and to promote investments in integrated pollution management which have a potential for scaling up at state level. The proposed integrated approach to pollution management is premised on the view that a much broader and engaging institutional effort is needed which: a) builds on a framework of regulatory incentives for pollution reduction; b) promotes partnership between public and private entities for improved compliance; c) facilitates remediation of past environmental damage; d) enhances public awareness through better access to environmental information, and e) introduces measures for reducing environment and health risks to communities. Total budget: $61,480,000.00 Funding sources: IDA Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Regions covered: South Asia. Countries covered: India Cities/provinces covered: All India Implementing agencies: Ministry of Environment and Forests and selected States Main contact person: Adriana J. Damianova Lead Environmental Specialist World Bank (202) 473 2159 (202) 614 0715 Adamianova@worldbank.org Project components Data gathering and analysis Awareness raising Capacity building Equipment support Areas of focus AQ monitoring Ambient AQ monitoring Roadside AQ monitoring Mobile sources Transport planning

Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Country/City 1: India Main Responsible Organization: Ministry of Environment and Forests Contact Person: Mr. Chandermohan Job Title: Joint Secretary Website of Organization: www.moef.nic.in

Proponent: World Bank Project title: India Urban Air Quality Management
Main objectives and outputs: To conduct a retrospective analysis of ten years of air quality data in order to better inform future policies and interventions. Project components Policy and strategies devt. Data gathering and analysis

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Total budget: $70,000.00 Funding sources: WB Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Completed 2005 Regions covered: South Asia. Countries covered: India Cities/provinces covered: Delhi, Kolkata, Mumbai, Hyderabad, Chennai Implementing agencies: Main contact person: Sameer Akbar Senior Environmental Specialist World Bank sakbar@worldbank.org Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Not Specified Awareness raising Areas of focus AQ monitoring Ambient AQ monitoring Mobile sources

Proponent: World Bank Project title: Mumbai Urban Transport Project
Main objectives and outputs: To facilitate urban economic growth and improve quality of life by fostering the development of an environmentally and financially sustainable urban transport system including effective institutions in the Mumbai Metropolitan Region (MMR). Total budget: $945,000,000.00 Funding sources: 1.GoM 2.IBRD 3. IDA Funding type: Loan. Status of project: up to 2008 Regions covered: South Asia. Countries covered: India Cities/provinces covered: Mumbai Implementing agencies: Mumbai Metropolitan Regional Development Authority, Mumbai, Maharashtra Main contact person: Hubert Nove-Josserand World Bank 011-24617241 011-24619393 hnovejosserand@worldbank.org Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Country/City 1: Mumbai Main Responsible Organization: Mumbai Metropolitan Regional Development Authority Contact Person: Mr. Milind Mhaiskar Job Title: Project Director and Joint Municipal Commissioner Tel No. 022-6591235 Fax No. 022-6591264 Email: mmrda@giasbm01.vsnl.net.in Website of Organization: www.mmrdamumbai.org Project components Policy and strategies devt. Data gathering and analysis Awareness raising Capacity building Equipment support Areas of focus AQ monitoring Ambient AQ monitoring Roadside AQ monitoring Source apportionment Mobile sources Public transport Rail transport Bus transport Non-motorized transport Inspection and maintenance Road infrastructure Land use planning Transport planning

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Proponent: Asian Development Bank (ADB) Project title: Gas Generation from Waste Project
Main objectives and outputs: 1. Improve integrated waste management practices in the palm oil industry 2. Evaluate the potential of Palm Oil Mills (POM) waste as a renewable and commercially viable source of clean energy. 3. Establish a waste management framework for the industry 4. Conduct a technical and economic assessment of different alternatives for energy recovery and conversion from POM waste, 5. Develop a sustainable plan for effective waste management and energy capture for a cluster of public and private sector POMs, 6. Evaluate the potential social and environmental benefits of improved waste management practices, and (v) assess the need for further ADB support for energy generation from waste. Total budget: $1,125,000.00 Funding sources: 1. ADB ($500,000) – Co-financed by the Canadian Cooperation Fund on Climate Change 2. GOI ($625,000) Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Started 2005, On-going Regions covered: Southeast Asia. Countries covered: Indonesia Cities/provinces covered: Implementing agencies: Southeast Asia Department/ Infrastructure Division (SERD/SEID) Main contact person: Sujata Gupta Project Economist (Environment) Asian Development Bank (ADB) sgupta@adb.org Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Project components Policy and strategies devt. Data gathering and analysis Capacity building Areas of focus Mobile sources Fuels Biofuels

Proponent: Asian Development Bank (ADB) Project title: Preparing the Clean Vehicle Fuel for Blue Skies Project
Main objectives and outputs: 1. The TA’s main objectives are to: • Assist the Government to prepare the Project for Jakarta. • Promote the use of cleaner fuel to reduce the pollution caused by vehicular emissions and thereby help improve urban air quality • Strengthen the air emission testing and monitoring framework 2. The TA has the following components and outputs: • A strategic plan on the use of CNG to improve urban air pollution • A pioneer investment plan, which will provide the initial stock of cleaner vehicles and the required clean fuel supply to create a critical mass, so that further private sector investments can be promoted for lowering vehicular emissions. Project components Policy and strategies devt. Data gathering and analysis Areas of focus Mobile sources Public transport Fuels

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• New investments under the Project will be in 1. Natural gas transmission pipelines 2. Natural gas distribution network and connections to new CNG filling stations 3. CNG filling and storage stations 4. CNG converter kits for existing gasoline cars 5. New CNG-based passenger buses 6. Stations for monitoring ambient air quality and vehicle emissions • Economic and financial analysis of the Project will help determine a suitable CNG price. • The TA will assist the Government in developing a formal policy on the improvement of ambient air quality by reducing vehicle emissions that will be adopted by the Government and the Jakarta city government Total budget: $758,000.00 Funding sources: 1. ADB 2. Government of Indonesia Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Completed October 2004 Regions covered: Southeast Asia. Countries covered: Indonesia Cities/provinces covered: Jakarta Implementing agencies: Southeast Asia Department/ Infrastructure Division (SERD/SEID) Main contact person: Yue-lang Feng Principal Environment Specialist Asian Development Bank (ADB) fengyuelang@adb.org Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable):

Proponent: Asian Development Bank (ADB) Project title: Preparing the Urban Air Quality Improvement Sector Development Program
Main objectives and outputs: The TA’s will help prepare the Program to strengthen enforcement strategies and the framework of urban air quality management in Indonesia. The main focus area would be the Capital City of Jakarta (DKI Jakarta) and its neighboring regencies, or other cities that have serious industrial or vehicular air pollution problems. The TA will review the policy and regulatory framework, strengthen institutional capacity, develop implementation strategies, and prepare an investment plan to improve infrastructure required for air quality management in the program area. Total budget: $1,580,000.00 Funding sources: 1. ADB-JSF ($700,000.00) 2. GOI ($880,000.00) Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Started 2005, On-going Regions covered: Southeast Asia. Countries covered: Indonesia Cities/provinces covered: Implementing agencies: Southeast Asia Department/ Infrastructure Division (SERD/SEID) Main contact person: Yue-Lang Feng Principal Environment Specialist Asian Development Bank (ADB) Project components Policy and strategies devt. Data gathering and analysis Awareness raising Capacity building Areas of focus AQ monitoring Ambient AQ monitoring Roadside AQ monitoring Emissions inventory Mobile sources Public transport Transport planning

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yuelangfeng@adb.org Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Country/City 1: Indonesia Main Responsible Organization: Bappenas Contact Person: Medrilzam Job Title: Head Tel No. 62213900412 Fax No. Email: Website of Organization:

Proponent: Asian Development Bank (ADB) Project title: Renewable Energy Development Sector Project
Main objectives and outputs: 1. The Project will expand renewable energy use by about 82 MW, which will displace energy generated by fossil fuels (about 480 GWh annually) and thereby limit emission of greenhouse gases. 2. The Project will design and implement, on a pilot basis, the power welfare scheme (PWS) to facilitate access to and utilization of electricity from locally available and renewable sources of energy by the rural low-income households in the outer islands. The consultants for this purpose have been fielded 3. The Project includes: • Subprojects to generate power using renewable energy sources • Consulting services to help implement subprojects included in the Project and the Power Transmission Improvement (PTI) Sector Project. The international consultant and 2 local consultants for this have been fielded. 4. Renewable energy core subprojects have been identified on the basis of agreed-on selection criteria. The implementation of the core subprojects may commence after loan approval and effectiveness. These are Merasap, Lobong, Monganago, and Ndungga mini hydropower plants. The State Electricity Enterprise (PLN) has confirmed that it has not signed PPAs with private sector developers under the small-scale power generation program for any of the core subprojects. Total budget: $256,000,000.00 Funding sources: ADB Funding type: Loan. Status of project: Started April 2003, to be Completed March 2008 Regions covered: Southeast Asia. Countries covered: Indonesia Cities/provinces covered: Implementing agencies: Southeast Asia Department/ Infrastructure Division (SERD/SEID) Main contact person: Xinning Jia Project Economist (Poverty Reduction) Asian Development Bank (ADB) (+632) 632 5631 jiaxinning@adb.org Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Project components Capacity building Equipment support Areas of focus Stationary sources Monitoring for stationary sources Policies for stationary sources

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Proponent: Asian Regional Research Program on Environmental Technology (AIRPET) Project title: Improving Air Quality in Indonesia (under Airpet Program)
Main objectives and outputs: 1. To establish comprehensive assessment of air pollution in Bandung and potential health effect 2. To develop alternative technology using photocatalytic activity of TiO2 for NOx reduction 3. To develop management strategies for vehicle emission in Bandung Total budget: Funding sources: SIDA Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: On-going and will finish in 2007. The phase 2 project is from 20042007 Regions covered: Southeast Asia. Countries covered: Indonesia Cities/provinces covered: Bandung Implementing agencies: Bandung Institute of Technology Main contact person: Dr.Puji Lestari PI for Indonesian Project Asian Regional Research Program on Environmental Technology (AIRPET) 62-22-2534189/62811220076 62-22-2534189 pujilest@indo.net.id Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Country/City 1: Bandung Main Responsible Organization: Institut teknologi Bandung(ITB) Contact Person: Dr.Puji Lestari Job Title: Associate professor (PI for Indonesian project) Tel No: 62-22-2534189 Fax No: 62/22-2534189 Email: pujilest@indo.net.id Project components Policy and strategies devt. Data gathering and analysis Awareness raising Capacity building Areas of focus AQ monitoring Ambient AQ monitoring Roadside AQ monitoring Source apportionment

Proponent: Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) Project title: Country Focused Training on Capacity Development in Environmental Management for Environmental Analytical Officers from Local government, Indonesia
Main objectives and outputs: 1. To acquire Environmental monitoring skills: the way of the implementation of the monitoring, and of the selection of adequate monitoring points 2. To acquire analytical technique, by using measuring device, of toxic substance in the environment, and the other relevant technique 3. To understand the way to manage precision measurement data 4. To understand the implementation of environmental policy based on the results of the monitoring, and the roles of related departments and their actual activities 5. To understand the significance of environmental education which are making good use of results of the monitoring Total budget: Funding sources: Not applicable (JICA conducts its cooperation in kind such as dispatching experts) Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Planned October 2005 Project components Capacity building Areas of focus Mobile sources Inspection and maintenance Stationary sources Monitoring for stationary sources

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Regions covered: Southeast Asia. Countries covered: Indonesia Cities/provinces covered: Implementing agencies: Main contact person: Eiji Iwasaki / Miwa Hiasa Team Director / Staff Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) +81-3-5352-5254 +81-3-5352-5348 Iwasaki.Eiji@jica.go.jp / Hiasa.Miwa @jica.go.jp Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Not Specified

Proponent: Kitakyushu Institute for Global Environmental Strategies (KU-IGES) Project title: Pilot Project on Strategies for Public Participation in Improvement of Urban Air Quality
Main objectives and outputs: Objectives: 1. Raise the awareness of stakeholders in Surabaya city on air quality improvement and management 2. Share information on successful practices already carried out 3. Promote multistakeholder partnership in regard to air quality management 4. Share the idea of conducting pilot projects in Surabaya. Outputs: 1. Enhanced awareness and developed partnerships on air quality improvement in Surabaya 2. Framework of action among stakeholders for improving air quality in Surabaya 3. Developed outline of pilot project in Surabaya Available online at URL: http://www.iges.or.jp/kitakyushu/Pilot%20Projects/Surabaya%20(Collection)/Surabaya%20(Collection).htm Total budget: $6,000.00 Funding sources: 1. UNESCAP 2. IGES Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Regions covered: Countries covered: Indonesia Cities/provinces covered: Surabaya Implementing agencies: City of Surabaya (Indonesia), Ministry of Environment (Indonesia) Main contact person: Christine Pearson Project Officer Kitakyushu Institute for Global Environmental Strategies (KU-IGES) (+81-93) 513-3711 (+81-93) 513-3712 cpearson@iges.or.jp, kitakyushu@iges.or.jp Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Country/City 1: Indonesia/Surabaya Responsible Organization: Surabaya Development Planning Agency Contact Person: Mr. Togar Arifin Silaban Tel No.: (+62-31) 535 2644 Fax No: (+62-31) 534-4601 Project components

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Email: togar@silaban.surabaya.org Country/City 2: Responsible Organization: UNESCAP Contact Person: Dr. Aslam Khan Job Title: Chief, Environment Section, ENRD Fax No: (+66-2) 288-1025 Website of Organization: www.unescap.org Country/City 3: Japan Responsible Organization: IGES Contact Person: Mushtaq Ahmed Memon / Christine Pearson Job Title: Senior Policy Researcher / Project Officer Tel No.: (+81-93) 513-3711 Fax No: (+81-93) 513-3712 Email: mushtaq@iges.or.jp, cpearson@iges.or.jp Website of Organization: www.iges.or.jp/kitakyushu

Proponent: Komite Penghapusan Bensin Bertimbel (KPBB) Project title: Initial Effort to reduce Lead in Environment
Main objectives and outputs: To eliminate the lead content in the gasoline and use by various industries: • To collect data through research and conduct clearing house on lead sources and exposure in Indonesia • To conduct public education on the lead sources and exposure and its impact to the human health and environment Total budget: $125,000.00 Funding sources: USEPA (Grant) Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Started 2004, to be Completed 2006 Regions covered: Southeast Asia. Countries covered: Indonesia Cities/provinces covered: Implementing agencies: Main contact person: Ahmad Safrudin Coordinator Komite Penghapusan Bensin Bertimbel (KPBB) +62-21-31906807 +62-21-315 3401 kpbb@kpbb.org; info@indonesian-lic.org Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Not Specified Project components

Areas of focus AQ monitoring Roadside AQ monitoring Emissions inventory Source apportionment Mobile sources Land use planning Climate change mitigation (cobenefits approach) Transport sector (co-benefits)

Proponent: Komite Penghapusan Bensin Bertimbel (KPBB) Project title: The Last Voice to End Leaded Gasoline in Indonesia 2005
Main objectives and outputs: To complete the leaded gasoline phase-out for whole country: Project components

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• To shift public awareness become public pressure to accelerate leaded gasoline phaseout for whole country through training for trainers, workshop, people meeting, town meeting, etc. • To bind commitment and political will among decision maker in relation to complete leaded gasoline phase out for whole country in this year. Total budget: $50,000.00 Funding sources: UNEP/PCFV (Grant) Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Started April, to be completed December 2005 Regions covered: Southeast Asia. Countries covered: Indonesia Cities/provinces covered: Implementing agencies: Independent institution (NGO) Main contact person: Ahmad Safrudin Coordinator Komite Penghapusan Bensin Bertimbel (KPBB) +62-21-3153387 +62-21-315 3401 kpbb@kpbb.org Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Not Specified

Areas of focus AQ monitoring Roadside AQ monitoring Source apportionment Mobile sources Land use planning Climate change mitigation (cobenefits approach) Transport sector (co-benefits)

Proponent: Mitra Emisi Bersih (MEB) Project title: Mitra Emisi Bersih Child Campaign
Main objectives and outputs: To create and develop awareness of air pollution situation among Children on Elementary School at Jakarta. The Project covers 21 Elementary Schools. The activity started from Road-Show visit to each of 21 Schools. After that, MEB arrange a journey that we call ―Tour de Jakarta‖ followed by representative from each of the 21 Schools gathering to visit some objects connecting in Air Quality issue, as like, Hyundai Mobile Factory and one location of Mobile Measure Station for Ambient Air Quality at Bunderan Hotel Indonesia, Central of Jakarta. Finally, MEB arrange an event of Art Presentation relating on issue of air pollution controlling as followed by the representative of each of 21 Schools. Total budget: $9,891.81 Funding sources: 1. MEB Internal Member and Network 2. Clean Air Project (CAP) Swisscontact – Jakarta Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Completed August to December 2004 Regions covered: Southeast Asia. Countries covered: Indonesia Cities/provinces covered: Province of DKI Jakarta and covers in 5 Cities under the administration of Governor of DKI Jakarta except Regency of Thousand Island. Implementing agencies: Province of DKI Jakarta Agency for Basically Education Main contact person: Mr. John Livingstone Wuisan Office Manager / Person-In-Charge Campaign Mitra Emisi Bersih (MEB) (+62-21) 5205494/5 (+62-21) 5205494 Project components Awareness raising Capacity building Areas of focus Mobile sources Public transport Inspection and maintenance Fuels Gasoline Diesel CNG/LPG Biofuels Climate change mitigation (cobenefits approach) Energy sector (co-benefits) Indoor air pollution Health effects

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john@meb.or.id Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Province / City 1: Province of DKI Jakarta Main Responsible Organization: Mitra Emisi Bersih / Secretariat Contact Person: Ms. Galuh Ruspitawati Job Title: Campaign Manager of MEB Secretariat Tel No. (62-21) 5205494/95 Fax No. (62-21) 5205494 Email: ruspitawati@meb.or.id Website of Organization: meb.or.id Other organizations involved in the implementation of the project in country: (list full name). 1. 2. PT. Transmedia Communication Other NGOs

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Proponent: Mitra Emisi Bersih (MEB) Project title: Mitra Emisi Bersih Clean Fuel Study
Main objectives and outputs: MEB indicates that quality of fuel is one aspect relating air pollution which comes from vehicle emission. Indonesia has some regulations about emission and engine technology standard by Government (Minister of Environment) in the effort of reducing air pollution. And this standard is connecting with the standard of fuel that available in Indonesian market. MEB has interest to arrange study that especially to learn about Clean Fuel with focus in unleaded gasoline and low sulfur. Total budget: $4,721.79 Funding sources: 1. MEB Internal Member and Network 2. Clean Air Project (CAP) Swisscontact - Jakarta Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Completed June 2004 to January 2005 Regions covered: Southeast Asia. Countries covered: Indonesia Cities/provinces covered: Implementing agencies: Department of Energy and Mineral Sources Main contact person: Mr. Sigit Priambodo Head of MEB Working Group for FUEL & LUBRICANT Mitra Emisi Bersih (MEB) (+62-21) 5205494/5 (+62-21) 5205494 Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Main Responsible Organization: Mitra Emisi Bersih / Secretariat Contact Person: Mr. Petrus Holy Indarto Job Title: Program Manager of MEB Secretariat (in that period) Tel No. (62-21) 5205494/95 Fax No. (62-21) 5205494 Website of Organization: meb.or.id Other organizations involved in the implementation of the project in country: (list full name). 1. Department of Energy and Mineral Sources Project components

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Proponent: Mitra Emisi Bersih (MEB) Project title: Mitra Emisi Bersih Study for The Implementation of Passenger Car Regular Inspection in Jakarta
Main objectives and outputs: MEB indicates that vehicle inspection and maintenance is one aspect relating air pollution which comes from vehicle emission. In term of passenger car we know about activity of Periodical / Regular Inspection, in Indonesian term is KIR. MEB want to know about the implementation and process in KIR operation so that we could give some recommendation as if that is need to reformulate or repair in order to improving to air quality by clean emission. Total budget: $4,688.31 Funding sources: 1. MEB Internal Member and Network 2. Clean Air Project (CAP) Swisscontact – Jakarta Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Started July 2004, Completed December 2004 Regions covered: Southeast Asia. Countries covered: Indonesia Cities/provinces covered: Province of DKI Jakarta Implementing agencies: Province of DKI Jakarta Agency for Communication Main contact person: Mr. Karya Er Sada Chief of MEB Study Team / Project Officer Mitra Emisi Bersih (MEB) (+62-21) 5205494/5 (+62-21) 5205494 Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Main Responsible Organization: Mitra Emisi Bersih / Secretariat Contact Person: Mr. Petrus Holy Indarto Job Title: Program Manager of MEB Secretariat (in that period) Tel No. (62-21) 5205494/95 Fax No. (62-21) 5205494 Website of Organization: meb.or.id Project components Awareness raising Areas of focus Mobile sources Public transport Inspection and maintenance

Proponent: Mitra Emisi Bersih (MEB) Project title: Mitra Emisi Bersih Youth-Student Generation Movement In Improving Air Quality By Creating and Designing Youth Clean Air Club (YCAC)
Main objectives and outputs: To create and develop awareness of air pollution situation among Youth-Student Generation in order to they become a new power to combat air pollution. In first step, project influences will distributed on 7 areas of Indonesia (Province of DKI Project components Awareness raising Capacity building

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Jakarta, Province of Jawa Barat (Bandung), City of Yogyakarta – Yogyakarta, City of Surabaya – Jawa Timur, Province of Bali, City of Banjarmasin – Kalimantan Selatan, City of Palembang – Sumatera Selatan) as pilot project. The program also to support Indonesia as host of International Better Air Quality (BAQ) 2006 at Yogyakarta. Mitra Emisi Bersih will arrange some unique supporting activities for the BAQ that we call Youth Movement for Clean Air. Total budget: $30,911.91 Funding sources: 1. MEB Internal Member and Network 2. Private Sector Partner-Sponsorship Funding type: Status of project: Started April 2005, to be Completed September 2006 Regions covered: Southeast Asia. Countries covered: Indonesia Cities/provinces covered: Province of DKI Jakarta Province of DKI Jakarta City of Yogyakarta Province of Yogyakarta City of Surabaya Province of Jawa Timur Province of Bali City of Banjarmasin Province of Kalimantan Selatan City of Palembang Province of Sumatera Selatan Implementing agencies: Minister of Environment C/q. Deputy V for Controlling of Non-Institutional Source Cp. Ass. Deputy for Emission Controlling Mr. Ridwan D. Tamin (also as Vice Chairman of Mitra Emisi Bersih) Main contact person: Mr. John Livingstone Wuisan Secretary General Mitra Emisi Bersih (MEB) (+62-21) 5205495 (+62-21) 5205494 john@meb.or.id Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Country/City 1: Province of DKI Jakarta Main Responsible Organization: DKI Jakarta Environmental Management Agency Contact Person: Mrs. Yunani Kartawirya Job Title: Head of Pollution Controlling Division Tel No. (62-21) 5209651/53 Fax No. (62-21) 5209643 Country/City 2: Province of Jawa Barat (Province of West Jawa) Main Responsible Organization: Life Environment Study Centre, Institute Technology Bandung Contact Person: Ms. Ir. Roma Manurung Job Title: Lecturer Tel No. (62-22) 2500606 Fax No. (62-21) 2504602 Country/City 3: City of Yogyakarta (Province of Yogyakarta) Main Responsible Organization: City of Yogyakarta Environmental Management Agency Contact Person: Mr. Pieter Lawoasal Job Title: Head of Monitoring and Cure Section Tel No. (62-31) 5312144, 5343051/57 – 390/190 Fax No. (62-31) 5472924 Email: lhsby@yahoo.com Country/City 4: City of Surabaya (Province of East Jawa) Main Responsible Organization: City of Surabaya Environmental Management Agency Contact Person: Mrs. Ir. Chamidha Job Title: Head of Air Laboratorium Tel No. (62-31) 5312144, 5343051/57 – 390/190 Areas of focus Mobile sources Public transport Rail transport Bus transport Non-motorized transport Inspection and maintenance Fuels Gasoline Diesel CNG/LPG Biofuels Hydrogen Climate change mitigation (cobenefits approach) Energy sector (co-benefits) Indoor air pollution

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Fax No. (62-31) 5472924 Email: lhsby@yahoo.com Country/City 5: Province of Bali Main Responsible Organization: Province of Bali Environmental Management Agency Contact Person: Mrs. Ni Wayan Sutji Job Title: Head of Agency/Office Tel No. (62-361) 244070/235036 Fax No. (62-361) 235402 Country/City 6: City of Banjarmasin (Province of South Kalimantan) Main Responsible Organization: City of Banjarmasin Environmental Management Agency Contact Person: Mr. Hesly Juniarto, SH., MH. Job Title: Head of Agency/Office Tel No. (62-511) 363811 Fax No. (62-511) 264089 Province / City 7: City of Palembang (Province of South Sumatera) Main Responsible Organization: University of Sriwijaya, Palembang Contact Person: Mrs. Hilda Zulkifli, M.Si., DEA Job Title: Chief of Environment Management Department Tel No. (62-711) 352132/354222 Fax No. (62-711) 317202 1. 2. 3. 4. Department of National Education Indonesian Red Cross Society National Board of Indonesian Boyscout Other NGOs

Proponent: Swiss Foundation for Technical Cooperation (Swisscontact) Project title: Clean Air Project Phase IV (CAP IV) Jakarta, Indonesia
Main objectives and outputs: The overall goal of CAP IV is to contribute to the improvement of air quality in Jakarta metropolitan area by strengthening local stakeholders in addressing long-term reduction of air pollution caused by motorized traffic. The main focus is the institutional strengthening and capacity building of selected local partners in order to ensure continuity and sustainability of clean air management initiatives in greater Jakarta after the Project ends in 2006. CAP IV is built on the practices and lessons learned from previous clean air initiatives funded by SDC in Jakarta (under CAP I, II, III/ReCAP). CAP IV consists of three main activities: 1. Facilitation of policy dialogue at the macro and middle levels with various institutions • National Action Plan on Integrated Vehicle Emission Reductions Strategy (IVERS) • Comprehensive clean air legislation 2. Campaign to help raise awareness on clean air issues for decision-makers and the general public • Campaign for selected target groups • Publication of air quality monitoring data 3. Pilot projects with local partners to help improve technical capacity for reducing air pollution from vehicular emissions and to support policy dialogue. • Cleaner buses and commercial vehicles - Support for the improvement of vehicle maintenance and emission testing of small and medium private buses and commercial vehicles through incentives and training • Air quality monitoring - Review of existing air quality monitoring system and provision of recommendations for system improvement in terms of sustainability, operations & maintenance, and monitoring data analysis and management Project components Policy and strategies devt. Data gathering and analysis Awareness raising Capacity building Areas of focus AQ monitoring Ambient AQ monitoring Roadside AQ monitoring Mobile sources Public transport Bus transport Inspection and maintenance Fuels Gasoline Diesel CNG/LPG Biofuels

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CAP IV supports local partners in the implementation of their activities on a co-financing scheme, whereby costs are shared. CAP IV contribution will be both in-kind and in-cash. In the early half of 2004, CAP activities are geared for selecting and assisting local stakeholders to implement clean air management programs. The last half of 2006 will emphasize a phasing-out strategy whereby local stakeholders are expected to sustain clean air management initiatives. Total budget: $1,870,000.00 Funding sources: Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Started January 2004, to be Completed December 2006 Regions covered: Southeast Asia. Countries covered: Indonesia Cities/provinces covered: Jakarta Implementing agencies: Ministry of Environment Jakarta Environmental Agency Main contact person: Restiti Sekartini Project Manager, CAP IV Swiss Foundation for Technical Cooperation (Swisscontact) +62 21 739-4031 +62 21 722-3037 restiti@swisscontact.or.id Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Not Specified

Proponent: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) Project title: Capacity-Building for Lead Information Center
Main objectives and outputs: In 2003, EPA provided a grant to KPBB for the establishment of a Lead Information Center in Jakarta. As a follow-on effort, EPA staff will assist the Center’s staff in developing strategies for information management and outreach plans. This effort will facilitate the phase-out of leaded gasoline in Indonesia. Total budget: Funding sources: USEPA Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Started 2002, Completed 2004 Regions covered: Southeast Asia. Countries covered: Indonesia Cities/provinces covered: Implementing agencies: Main contact person: Dennis Cunningham Southeast Asia Program Manager U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) 1 (202) 564-6622 1 (202) 565-2411 cunningham.dennis@epa.gov Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Country/City 1: Jakarta, Indonesia Main Responsible Organization: U.S.-AEP/Indonesia Contact Person: Suzanne Billharz Job Title: Indonesia Country Program Manager Project components

Areas of focus AQ monitoring Roadside AQ monitoring Emissions inventory Source apportionment Mobile sources Road infrastructure Land use planning

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Email: billharz@cbn.net.id Website of Organization: www.usaep.org

Proponent: United States – Asia Environmental Partnership (USAEP) Project title: Environmental Health: Managing Resources and Reducing Pollutants for Better Human Health
Main objectives and outputs: 1. The purpose of the project is to improve environmental health through: • Better clean water supply; • Introducing lead-free gasoline to improve child health by reducing lead exposure; • Encouraging more environmentally friendly small-scale mining practices to reduce health impacts from mercury exposure • Environmental education. 2. Expected results from Widening Phase-Out of Leaded Gasoline for Better Air Quality and Public Health • Independent verification of lead phase-out and lead replacement will be conducted and fuel lead levels reported to the public in five major cities by March 2004. • A Lead Information Center linked with USEPA will generate and disseminate public information and coordinate research, beginning operation in January 2004. • Community recognition of the dangers of lead and pressures for unleaded gasoline will grow in five major cities, as measured by a perception survey before and after public outreach activities • The association of air pollution and respiratory health in elementary school children in Jakarta will be determined. • The North Coast of Java will be supplied nearly 100% with unleaded gasoline by September 2004. • Health impacts from exposure to severe levels of PM and CO will be assessed and published, predicting the benefits of emission reduction policies and setting a benchmark. • The district government portion of the policy paper on regulation, compliance and enforcement of air quality will be completed, forming the basis for legal drafting of improved regulations. • Media coverage of lead phase-out and health benefits will increase in 2004. • The Mayor of Yogyakarta and UGM will have an improved emissions inventory to increase pressure for unleaded gasoline and to assist them in prioritizing measures to reduce emissions. Local personnel will be trained to do follow-up tests in the future with PEMS. • About twenty Indonesian professionals will have participated in regional events supporting their in-country work on lead phase-out, air quality, and health issues. Available online at: URL: http://www.usaep.org/countries/indonesia/index.html Total budget: $196,500.00 Funding sources: 1. USAEP With grants from 2. The Asia Foundation (TAF) 3. USEPA/DOS EAPI 4. TSSC 5. IIE Exchange Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Started 2002, Completed 2004 Regions covered: Southeast Asia. Countries covered: Indonesia Cities/provinces covered: Implementing agencies: Main contact person: Suzanne Billharz Project components Policy and strategies devt. Data gathering and analysis Awareness raising Capacity building Areas of focus AQ monitoring Ambient AQ monitoring Mobile sources Fuels Gasoline Transport planning Health effects

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Country Manager Indonesia United States – Asia Environmental Partnership (USAEP) +62 (21) 526 2848 +62 (21) 526 2849 sbillharz@cbn.net.id Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Country/City 1: Indonesia Main Responsible Organization: Local Governments; Joint Committee for Leaded Gasoline Phase-Out (KPBB); Faculty of Public Health, University of Indonesia; Ministry of Environment

Proponent: United States – Asia Environmental Partnership (USAEP) Project title: Health Risk Monitoring: Exposure to Particulate Matter and Carbon Monoxide in Jakarta
Main objectives and outputs: To measure exposure of individuals to ambient particulate matter and carbon monoxide, assess health risks of target groups, and provide science-based prediction of public health benefits from vehicle emission reduction measures. Expected Results: • Improved understanding of the concentrations and variability of exposure to particulate matter (PM) and carbon monoxide (CO) through measurements in urban areas. (FY2005) • Assessment report completed of health impacts from exposure to severe levels of PM and CO, predicting the benefits of emission reduction policies and establishing a baseline. (FY2005) Total budget: Funding sources: USAID Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Started 2004, On-going Regions covered: Southeast Asia. Countries covered: Indonesia Cities/provinces covered: Implementing agencies: Main contact person: Suzanne Billharz Country Manager Indonesia United States – Asia Environmental Partnership (USAEP) +62 (21) 526 2848 +62 (21) 526 2849 sbillharz@cbn.net.id Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Not Specified Project components Policy and strategies devt. Data gathering and analysis Awareness raising Capacity building Areas of focus AQ monitoring Ambient AQ monitoring Roadside AQ monitoring Emissions inventory Mobile sources Fuels Gasoline Diesel CNG/LPG Health effects

Proponent: United States – Asia Environmental Partnership (USAEP) Project title: Personal Exposure Monitoring (Pem) to Particulate Matters and Carbon Monoxide in Jakarta 2005
Main objectives and outputs: To measure individuals’ exposure to PM and CO in Jakarta, assess health risks attributable to air pollution, and to support improved implementation of government policies to reduce Project components Data gathering and analysis

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air pollution in cities, such as vehicle inspection and maintenance, clean fuels, and improved public transportation and traffic management Following the successful phase-out of leaded gasoline in Jakarta, US-AEP aims to assist Indonesian institutions to reduce population exposure to ambient particulate matter (PM) and carbon monoxide (CO). Epidemiological studies have shown strong causal relationships between ambient PM and several adverse health outcomes, including mortality, reduction of lung function, exacerbation of asthma, and an increase in emergency room visits. Ambient CO is associated with congestive heart failure among the elderly and with several adverse birth outcomes, including low birth weight and premature birth. A majority of people’s exposure to ambient PM and CO in Jakarta (and in most urban areas worldwide) is attributable to motor vehicles. Emissions of PM and CO in Jakarta are expected to increase. Both urban population size and the fraction of the population that owns a private vehicle are increasing. Increased demand for products and services requires increased movement of people and goods. One goal for environmental policies is to ensure that future growth is accompanied by environmental improvements. Health risk assessments are important in quantifying the benefits from environmental improvements. Unfortunately, few exposure assessments or risk assessments have been done outside of the US and Europe. Vehicle emissions are significantly higher in Jakarta than in the US and Europe, so exposures and per capita health effects are likely to be more significant. In this proposed study, air pollution health risks for an individual are correlated with exposure to air pollution. Pollution levels in areas of high traffic are likely to be elevated in comparison to areas somewhat distant from traffic. Steep gradients have been observed as one moves from the roadway downwind into the community for pollutants that are emitted by vehicles such as ultra-fine PM (diameter less than 0.1um), CO, nitric-oxide, organic and inorganic carbon. These gradients make it challenging to predict exposures to people who live, work, or commute on or near highways and in certain environments; measurements are therefore needed to to estimate exposures. The study also represents the first of its kind in Indonesia. It is intended that the study results would contribute significantly as a valid science-based tool to support the ongoing advocacy and reform initiatives for improved urban air quality management policies. Total budget: $26,000.00 Funding sources: 1. US-AEP 2. University of Indonesia Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Started May 2005, to be Completed September 2005 Regions covered: Southeast Asia. Countries covered: Indonesia Cities/provinces covered: Jakarta greater area Implementing agencies: Center for Health Research and Department of Environmental Health Faculty of Public Health – University of Indonesia Main contact person: Budi Haryanto Research Associate and Department Chairman United States – Asia Environmental Partnership (USAEP) (62-21) 786-3479 & 786-3489 (62-21) 786-3479 & 786-3489 bharyant@cbn.net.id and bharyanto@ui.edu Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Country/ City 1: Main Responsible Organization: Center for Health Research – University of Indonesia Contact Person: Budi Haryanto Job Title: Principle Investigator Tel No. (+62-21) 786 – 3479 & 786 - 3489 Fax No. (+62-21) 786 – 3479 & 786 - 3489 Email: bharyant@cbn.net.id and bharyanto@ui.edu Awareness raising Capacity building Equipment support Areas of focus AQ monitoring Ambient AQ monitoring Mobile sources Public transport Bus transport Indoor air pollution Health effects

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Proponent: United States – Asia Environmental Partnership (USAEP) Project title: Widening Leaded Gasoline Phase-Out for Better Air Quality and Public Health
Main objectives and outputs: To expand use of lead-free gasoline and reduce exposure to lead and harmful air pollutants, thereby improving air quality and child health. Expected Results: • The North Coast of Java supplied nearly 100% with unleaded gasoline by September 2004. (Achieved in FY2004) • A Lead Information Center linked with USEPA will generate and disseminate public information to target groups and coordinate research on the presence of lead, health impacts, and how to avoid exposure. (FY2005) • Community recognition of the dangers of lead and pressures for unleaded gasoline will grow in five major cities, as measured by a perception survey before and after public outreach activities. (FY2005/2006) • The changes in blood lead level of Jakarta school children will be measured, demonstrating the health benefits of phasing out leaded gasoline. The association of air pollution and respiratory health in elementary school children in Jakarta will be determined. (FY2005) • A policy paper published recommending ways to improve institutional coordination among authorities that influence air quality management at both local and national levels. (FY2005) • Improved data gathering system which will support an air quality index for regular publication in Jakarta (FY2005)authorities that influence air quality management at both local and national levels. (FY2005) • Yogyakarta and other medium-sized cities will have emission factors that vastly improve emissions inventories. The inventories will support continued pressure for unleaded gasoline and assist cities in prioritizing measures to reduce emissions. (FY2005) Total budget: Funding sources: USAID Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Started 2004, On-going Regions covered: Countries covered: Indonesia Cities/provinces covered: Implementing agencies: Project components Policy and strategies devt. Data gathering and analysis Awareness raising Capacity building Areas of focus AQ monitoring Ambient AQ monitoring Emissions inventory Mobile sources Fuels Gasoline Diesel Health effects

Main contact person: Suzanne Billharz Country Manager Indonesia United States – Asia Environmental Partnership (USAEP) +62 (21) 526 2848 +62 (21) 526 2849 sbillharz@cbn.net.id Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Not Specified

Proponent: West Java Environmental Protection Agency Project title: Air Pollution Control
Main objectives and outputs: • Air Quality Profiles • Emission Inventory Project components Data gathering and analysis

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Total budget: $70,759.36 Funding sources: West Java Local Government Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Started 2005, On-going Regions covered: Southeast Asia. Countries covered: Indonesia Cities/provinces covered: West Java : 1. Karawang Regency 2. Bekasi Regency 3. Bekasi Municipality 4. Bogor Municipality 5. Sukabumi Regency 6. Cimahi municipality 7. Tasikmalaya Municipality 8. Ciamis Municipality 9. Kuningan Municipality 10. Cirebon Municipality Implementing agencies: West Java EPA Main contact person: Dr. Ir. Setiawan Wangsaatmaja, Dipl. SE, M.Eng Head of Environmental Degradation Control Division West Java Environmental Protection Agency 62-22-4231570,4204871 62-22-4231570 kabid-iii@bplhdjabar.go.id Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Country/City 1: Bandung Municipality Main Responsible Organization: Bandung Municipality EPA Contact Person: Ir. Rully Sende Tua Job Title: Chairman of Air Quality Laboratory Areas of focus AQ monitoring Ambient AQ monitoring Emissions inventory Mobile sources Public transport Fuels Gasoline Diesel

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Proponent: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) Project title: Integrated Environmental Strategies Seoul
Main objectives and outputs: • Develop an analytic framework for co-benefit policy analysis • Develop an air quality health benefits model for Korea • Analyze, assess and rank specific selected measures from the Seoul Air Quality Management Plan and develop estimates for reductions in emissions of GHGs and air pollutants, changes in air quality and pollutant exposures, public health benefits including economic valuation of benefits and estimated costs of implementing each mitigation option • Disseminate co-benefits policy assessment model and study results to stakeholders, policymakers, and experts in Korea • Develop a plan to facilitate implementation of the most promising mitigation measures Total budget: Funding sources: Not Specified Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Started 1999, On-going Regions covered: East Asia. Countries covered: South Korea Cities/provinces covered: Seoul Implementing agencies: Main contact person: Mark Heil Economist / Program Analyst U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) 1(202) 343-9724/9330 1(202) 343-2337 heil.mark@epa.gov Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Country/City 1: South Korea/Seoul Main Responsible Organization: Korea Environment Institute Contact Person: Jeongim Park / Yeora Chae Tel No.: (822) 380-7654 / (822) 380-7765 Fax No.: (822) 380-7644 Email: jeongim@kei.re.kr / yrchae@kei.re.kr Website of Organization: www.kei.re.kr Project components Policy and strategies devt. Data gathering and analysis Awareness raising Capacity building Areas of focus AQ monitoring Ambient AQ monitoring Emissions inventory Climate change mitigation (cobenefits approach) Transport sector (co-benefits) Energy sector (co-benefits) Health effects

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Proponent: World Health Organization (WHO) Project title: Health Impact Assessment of Indoor Air Pollution in Lao PDR
Main objectives and outputs: • To assess the quality of respiratory and cardiovascular diseases and mortality and indoor air quality that exist in the country • To identify institutes/organizations to be involved in the assessment as a local team, considering the long term development of capacity in the country in this area • To prepare a detailed draft proposal on health risk assessment of indoor air pollution, including methodology for data collection and identification of necessary equipment, the type of analysis to be undertaken by the local team on collected data, the cost estimates of the various activities with breakdown, and the timetable of various activities • To train the local team on sampling methods and techniques including the use of equipment and its calibration, as well as field operation, site selection, etc. • To prepare a report and recommendations from the project, in particular, the full scale case control study to be conducted; • To conduct the full scale case control study • To produce a report at the completion of the project Total budget: $53,000.00 Funding sources: WHO Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Since November 2004 Regions covered: Southeast Asia. Countries covered: Lao PDR Cities/provinces covered: Vientiane Province Implementing agencies: Department of Hygiene and Prevention, Ministry of Health Main contact person: Dr H. Ogawa Regional Adviser in Healthy Settings and Environment World Health Organization (WHO) (632) 528 9886 (632) 521 1036 ogawah@wpro.who.int Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Country/City 1: Vientiane Main Responsible Organization: Contact Person: Dr Tayphasavanh Fengthong Job Title: Chief, Environmental Health Division Department of Hygiene and Prevention Ministry of Health Tel No. (856-21) 214010 Fax No. (856-21) 214010 Email: tayphasavanh@hotmailcom Project components Data gathering and analysis Capacity building Equipment support Areas of focus Health effects

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Proponent: German Agency for Technical Cooperation (GTZ) Project title: Air Pollution Control for Malaysian Cities: Transport and Industry
Main objectives and outputs: 1. The project’s main objective is that the Department of Environment (DoE) and other institutions responsible for air quality are implementing measures for air pollution control. 2. The project has the following components and outputs: • Revise and develop existing and new emission standards, respectively for mobile and stationary sources and their enforcement • Improve fuel quality and introduce fuel quality monitoring procedures; • Develop a more sustainable urban development by integrating transport and land-use planning with clean air issues; • Promote inter-institutional cooperation and commitment to air quality; • Develop effective strategies for social communication and participation • Strengthen international cooperation with respect to climate protection, regional and local air pollution; • Improve data quality (monitoring of air quality, emission inventories) and scientific base (health and other effects); • Promote business contacts between relevant Malaysian and German/European Industries Available online at: http://www.gtz.de/malaysia/download/airpoll/brochure/M-German.pdf Total budget: $3,015,000.00 Funding sources: German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ) Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Regions covered: Southeast Asia. Countries covered: Malaysia Cities/provinces covered: Implementing agencies: Department of Environment under the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment Main contact person: Roland Haas Chief Technical Advisor German Agency for Technical Cooperation (GTZ) 0060 (0)3 8885 8221 0060 (0)3 8889 1041 rhaas@tm.net.my Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Not Specified Project components Policy and strategies devt. Data gathering and analysis Awareness raising Capacity building

Areas of focus AQ monitoring Ambient AQ monitoring Roadside AQ monitoring Emissions inventory Stationary sources Monitoring for stationary sources Health effects

Proponent: Japan Bank for International Cooperation (JBIC) Project title: Port Dickson (Tuanku Jaafar) Power Station Rehabilitation Project
Main objectives and outputs: This project will work towards diversication of energy sources, efficient use of energy and conserve the environment by scrapping the dilapidated and environmentally problematic generation plant in the Port Dickson Power Station in Negeri Sembilan State and replacing it with combined-cycle generation plant. This will reduce the power station's environmental Project components Equipment support Areas of focus

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impact, raise generation efficiency and make the system more stable. The use of gas, an alternative to oil, at the power station will help to diversify energy sources. Compared to the existing generation plant, that to be procured in this project is expected to reduce emissions of NOx and SOx per unit of generation by almost 100%, and of CO2 by approximately 50%. The project will also provide sufficient capacity to meet future electricity demand and achieve high operating efficiency in the electricity system of the entire peninsula. Total budget: $917,000,000.00 Funding sources: JBIC Funding type: Loan. Status of project: Phase I started 4 March 1999, Phase II started 31 March 2000, Ongoing Regions covered: Southeast Asia. Countries covered: Malaysia Cities/provinces covered: Kuala Lumpur Implementing agencies: Main contact person: Japan Bank for International Cooperation (JBIC) 81-3-5218-3628 81-3-5218-3970 Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Country/City 1: Malaysia/ Kuala Lumpur Responsible Organization: Tenaga Nasional Berhad Tel No.: 60-3-282-5566 Fax No.: 60-3-283-3686

Climate change mitigation (cobenefits approach) Energy sector (co-benefits) Stationary sources Monitoring for stationary sources Policies for stationary sources

Proponent: World Health Organization (WHO) Project title: Study on Health Impact Risk Assessment of Urban Air Pollution
Main objectives and outputs: 1. To review local and foreign literatures on the epidemiology of 5 criteria air pollutants (PMIO, CO, SO2, NOx and O3) and their dose response relationships on the human health effects 2. To retrieve and collate the daily ambient concentrations of the 5 air pollutants in Kuala Lumpur, from the Department of Environment and Alam Sekitar Malaysia Sdn. Bhd. 3. To retrieve and collate health impact parameters on outpatients, admissions, mortality and morbidity from government hospitals and clinics (Ministry of Health) in Kuala Lumpur. The cases concerned will be those suffering from: lower and upper respiratory tract infections, asthma, chronic bronchitis, emphysema, rhinitis, and cardiovascular diseases. 4. To determine the relationships between daily variations in the 5 air pollutants with variations in health impact parameters such as mortality, morbidity and hospital admissions of the relevant diseases 5. To compare the health impacts of the 5 air pollutants in Kuala Lumpur with that of other cities in the world 6. To review the results for future planning of air pollution management in Malaysia 7. To produce a report at the completion of the project. Total budget: $14,000.00 Funding sources: WHO Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Completed 2004 Regions covered: Southeast Asia. Countries covered: Malaysia Cities/provinces covered: Kuala Lumpur Implementing agencies: Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia Pakarunding SDN. BHD. Main contact person: Dr H. Ogawa Regional Adviser in Healthy Settings and Environment Project components Data gathering and analysis Capacity building Areas of focus AQ monitoring Ambient AQ monitoring Health effects

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World Health Organization (WHO) (632) 528 8001 (632) 528 0279; (632) 521 1036 ogawah@wpro.who.int Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Country/City 1: Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Main Responsible Organization: Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia Pakarunding Sdn. Bhd. Contact Person: Dr Mohd Fauzi bin Mohd Jani Job Title: Executive Director/Chief Executive Officer Tel No.: (603) 8925 0651 / 8921 5053

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Proponent: Asian Development Bank (ADB) Project title: Formulating a Transport Strategy (2005-2015)
Main objectives and outputs: The goal of the TA is to improve transport performance to facilitate sustainable economic growth and poverty reduction in Mongolia. The purpose is to help the Government formulate a transport strategy for 2005-2015. Taking into account Mongolia’s long-term development objectives, the transport strategy will identify the best ways to respond to the sector challenges and set strategic priorities and resources for transport development in the next 10 years. As the expected output of the TA, the transport strategy will serve as the Government’s key document guiding the policies and public investments in the transport sector for 2005-2015. The key activities of the TA include 1. Undertaking an analytical review of the current status of the transport sector and preparing a transport sector update; 2. Reviewing the existing master plans for civil aviation, railways, roads, and Ulaanbaatar urban transport; 3. Identifying the long-term sector challenges and assessing the Government’s response to the challenges; 4. Conducting public consultations including at least two consultative workshops: the first workshop to be held in the initial period of TA implementation to seek public views and suggestions, and the second to discuss the draft transport strategy 5. Preparing the transport strategy for 2005-2015 including the role of the private sector. Total budget: $374,000.00 Funding sources: 1. ADB ($374,000) 2. Government of Mongolia Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Started 2005, On-going and is expected to be completed in June/July 2006 Regions covered: East Asia. Countries covered: Mongolia Cities/provinces covered: Implementing agencies: Ministry of Roads, Transport, and Tourism (MORTT) Main contact person: Hong Wang Principal Project Economist Asian Development Bank (ADB) (632) 632-6807 hwang@adb.org Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Not Specified Project components Policy and strategies devt. Data gathering and analysis Areas of focus Mobile sources Land use planning Transport planning

Proponent: Japan Bank for International Cooperation (JBIC) Project title: Ulaanbaatar 4th Thermal Power Plant Rehabilitation Project
Main objectives and outputs: The objective of this project is to increase the reliability and energy efficiency of the existing facilities of the 4th thermal power plant in Ulaanbaatar, the country's largest thermal power plant, by installing an automatic control system and converting the four boilers to a direct burning system. It will thus contribute to industrial development and an improvement in the Project components Equipment support

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people's welfare in the capital. In addition, improved boiler efficiency is expected to reduce nitric and sulfur oxide emissions, thereby decreasing air pollution and global warming. Total budget: $50,000,000.00 Funding sources: JBIC Funding type: Loan. Status of project: Started March 26, 2001, On-going Regions covered: East Asia. Countries covered: Mongolia Cities/provinces covered: Ulaanbaatar Implementing agencies: Ministry of Infrastructure Main contact person: Japan Bank for International Cooperation (JBIC) 81-3-5218-3065 81-3-5218-3971 Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Country/City 1: Mongolia/ Ulaanbaatar Responsible Organization: Ministry of Infrastructure Tel No.: 976-11-324379 Fax No.: 976-11-310612

Areas of focus Climate change mitigation (cobenefits approach) Energy sector (co-benefits) Stationary sources Monitoring for stationary sources Policies for stationary sources

Proponent: World Bank Project title: Stove Improvement Project
Main objectives and outputs: In 1998, the Government of Mongolia requested technical assistance from the World Bank/ ESMAP to assess the feasibility of an Improved Coal Stove project in Ulaanbaatar. A first mission conducted a small household energy survey, stove performance tests, and a preliminary evaluation of previous stove programs, including delivery mechanisms and difficulties. More detailed field experiments and laboratory tests were conducted during the winter of 1999-2000. Specific objectives sought in the project component were to: 1. Complete the technical improvement of stoves and inserts 2. Carry out additional comprehensive surveys of households, stove producers and others 3. Test selected dissemination strategies, including a self supporting program for the private sector and competent authorities to disseminate the retrofit kits 4. Design a detailed framework for the mid-size Global Environment Facility (GEF) pluriannual stove program Total budget: $750,000.00 Funding sources: WB Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Started September 2000, to be Completed November 2006 Regions covered: East Asia. Countries covered: Mongolia Cities/provinces covered: Implementing agencies: Main contact person: Rivera, Arturo S Bank Team Lead World Bank arivera@worldbank.org Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Not Specified Project components Awareness raising Equipment support Areas of focus AQ monitoring Emissions inventory Source apportionment Mobile sources Indoor air pollution

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Proponent: World Health Organization (WHO) Project title: Survey and Data Analysis on Health Impacts of Indoor Air Quality in Ulaanbaatar City (Mongolia)
Main objectives and outputs: 1. Development of questionnaire 2. Training of team members 3. Pre-testing 4. Data collection 5. Laboratory analysis 6. Data entry and analysis 7. Report writing 8. Report translation and printing Total budget: $14,000.00 Funding sources: WHO Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Completed 2004 Regions covered: East Asia. Countries covered: Mongolia Cities/provinces covered: Ulaanbaatar Implementing agencies: Policy Implementation and Coordination Division, Ministry of Health Main contact person: Dr H. Ogawa Regional Adviser in Healthy Settings and Environment World Health Organization (WHO) (632) 528 8001 (632) 528 0279; (632) 521 1036 ogawah@wpro.who.int Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Country/City 1: Mongolia Main Responsible Organization: Policy Implementation and Coordination Division, Ministry of Health Contact Person: Dr Sh. Enkhtsetseg Tel No.: 976-99158505 Country/ City 2: Australia, Perth Main Responsible Organization: Curtin University of Technology Contact Person: Professor Jeffery Spickett Job Title: Director of WHO Collaborating Centre for Environmental Health Impact Assessment Tel No. +61 8 9266 4346 Fax No. +61 8 9266 2958 Email: j.spickett@curtin.edu.au Website of Organization: www.curtin.edu.au Project components Data gathering and analysis Capacity building Areas of focus AQ monitoring Ambient AQ monitoring Health effects

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Proponent: Institute for Global Environmental Strategies (IGES) Project title: Urban Transport and Emissions Interactions in Kathmandu Valley, Nepal : Strategies for Integrating Global Carbon Concerns into Local Air Pollution
Main objectives and outputs: This study presents analyses of the current status of the emission of air pollutants and carbon dioxide (CO2) and the energy use in the Kathmandu Valley which is associated with urban passenger transportation. It also includes a discussion of past trends and future scenarios in order to help identify plausible synergistic mitigation measures. In this pursuit, the study developed an inventory of priority air pollutants, energy use and CO2 emission associated with passenger transportation in the Kathmandu Valley for the past and projected these values into the future with the help of a bottom-up, dynamic accounting model and a scenario approach. In the process, a policy dialogue was held with relevant stakeholders in the Valley to identify issues of local priority (which were identified as PM10 emissions, congestion and energy use), past achievements, and the potential present and future avenues for policy interventions in the Valley. Using the outcomes of this dialogue, available data, and an accounting model, a number of scenarios that reflect local conditions and potential intervention avenues were formulated. These scenarios were then evaluated using a few indicators that are relevant to the local context (changes in PM10 emissions, number of vehicles, and conservation of energy and utilization of indigenous energy resources) and the global context (mitigation of CO2 emissions). This study is sponsored by global SysTem for Application, Research and Training (START) International Secretariat at Washington DC. Dr. Shobhakar Dhakal, Senior Policy Researcher of Institute for Global Environmental Strategies (IGES) Japan is the principal investigators of the project. The final report has been published with Dr. Dhakal as author. For reports, please contact http://www.iges.or.jp Total budget: $18,000.00 Funding sources: START international Secretariat, Washington D.C. Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Completed: The report is being published - currently in press Regions covered: South Asia. Countries covered: Nepal Cities/provinces covered: Kathmandu Implementing agencies: Main contact person: Shobhakar Dhakal Senior Research Fellow Institute for Global Environmental Strategies (IGES) (81) 93 513 3711 (81) 93 513 3712 shobhakar.dhakal@nies.go.jp Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Not Specified Project components Policy and strategies devt. Data gathering and analysis Capacity building Areas of focus AQ monitoring Ambient AQ monitoring Mobile sources Fuels Climate change mitigation (cobenefits approach) Transport sector (co-benefits)

Proponent: Intermediate Technology Development Group (ITDG) Project title: Researching pathways to scaling up sustainable and effective kitchen smoke alleviation
Main objectives and outputs: Objective To research mechanisms for creating a sustainable infrastructure for reducing indoor air pollution and thus improving health and alleviating poverty for large numbers of poor people, particularly women and children. Project components Policy and strategies devt. Data gathering and analysis Awareness raising

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Output Baseline data on women's and men's perception of smoke Quantification of the effect of the promotion campaign (on the health dangers of smoke) on people's perceptions of the need to reduce smoke and their preferences for doing so Supply-side barriers to scaling up addressed Impacts of scaling-up monitored Consumers of indoor smoke alleviation products linked with appropriate credit through women's, and other, local community groups Impacts of smoke alleviation analysed Dissemination of findings Total budget: $459,867.35 Funding sources: 1. DFID 2. WHO 3. Trust funds Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: 2003/04 to 2007/08 Regions covered: South Asia. Countries covered: Nepal Cities/provinces covered: In Nepal Rashuwa district Implementing agencies: Main contact person: Ms. Jun Hada Team Leader, Access to Infrastructure Services Intermediate Technology Development Group (ITDG) +977-1-4446015/4434482 +977-1-4445995 junh@itdg.wlink.com.np Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Main Responsible Organization: ITDG Eastern Africa Contact Person: Mr. Daniel Theuri Job Title: Project Manager Tel No. +254 20 715293 / 719313 / 719413 Fax No. +254 20 710083 Email: daniel.theuri@itdg.or.ke Main Responsible Organization: ITDG Sudan Contact Person: Ahmed H Hood Job Title: Project Manager Tel No. 00 249 183 460 419 / 00 249 183 578 821 / 00 249 183 578 827 Fax No. 00 249 183 472002 Email: hood@sudanmail.net ITDG UK Contact Person: Dr. Elizabeth (Liz) Bates Job Title: International Project Manager Tel No.: +44 (0) 1926 634400 Fax No. +44 (0) 1926 634401 Email: lizb@itdg.org.uk Website of Organization: www.itdg.org Capacity building Areas of focus AQ monitoring Emissions inventory Fuels Biofuels Indoor air pollution Health effects

Proponent: Nepal Health Research Council / Ministry of Health (NHRC / MH) Project title: Assessment of Ambient Air Quality in Selected Urban Areas of Nepal
Main objectives and outputs: Assessment of ambient air quality in major urban cities of Nepal. Estimation of Environmental Burden of Disease in Kathamandu due to ambient air. Awareness raising through dissemination workshop of the finding. Project components Data gathering and analysis Awareness raising

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Total budget: $6,000.00 Funding sources: World Health Organization Funding type: GEF funds. Status of project: Completed Regions covered: South Asia. Countries covered: Nepal Cities/provinces covered: Kathmandu, Pokhara and Birgunj Implementing agencies: Nepal Health Research Council/ Ministry of Health Main contact person: Santosh Shrestha Environmental Health Programme Coordinator Nepal Health Research Council / Ministry of Health (NHRC / MH) 977-1-4254220/227460 977-1-4262469 santosh@nhrc.org.np Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Country/ City 1: Nepal/Kathmandu Main Responsible Organization: Nepal Health Research Council Contact Person: Santosh Shrestha Job Title: Environmental Health Coordinator Tel No. 977-1-4254220 Fax No. 977-1-4262469 Email: santosh@nhrc.org.np Website of Organization: still in construction

Areas of focus AQ monitoring Roadside AQ monitoring Emissions inventory Source apportionment Mobile sources Public transport Bus transport Non-motorized transport Inspection and maintenance Fuels Gasoline Health effects

Proponent: United States Agency for International Development (USAID) Project title: Kathmandu Electric Vehicle Alliance (KEVA)
Main objectives and outputs: To work toward reduction of vehicular air pollution in Kathmandu to: • Create enabling environment (policy and business) for sustainable growth of EV industry as a whole • Improve competitiveness of existing EV industry (entrepreneurs, operators, and associated service providers) • Explore, support and promote other forms of clean public transport systems in Kathmandu Total budget: $1,000,000.00 Funding sources: 1. USAID 2. Alliance Partners - PADCO, Winrock International, City & county of San Francisco, Electric Drive Transport Association EDTA Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: On-going Completed March 2006 Regions covered: South Asia. Countries covered: Nepal Cities/provinces covered: Kathmandu Implementing agencies: This is independent alliance programs have working relationships with ministry of science technology, and environment, department of transport management and local municipalities Main contact person: Jeevan Raj Shrestha Project components Policy and strategies devt. Awareness raising Capacity building Areas of focus Mobile sources Public transport Rail transport Bus transport Fuels Hydrogen Climate change mitigation (cobenefits approach) Transport sector (co-benefits)

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AID Project Development Specialist United States Agency for International Development (USAID) (977) 1 4270144 (977) 1 4272357 jshrestha@usaid.gov Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Ben Stoner Project director PADCO 1-202 9442558 1-202 9442531 ben.stoner@padco.aecom.com

Proponent: Vertical Shaft Brick Kiln (VSBK) Project title: Vertical Shaft Brick Kiln - Clean Building Technologies for Nepal
Main objectives and outputs: Goal: Significant improvements in environmental performance and social equity of the building material sector are shown on pilot basis. Purpose: Access to field-tested sustainable building material production systems for small and medium enterprises is provisioned. Key components: • Track 1: VSBK technology consolidation and dissemination • Track 2: CESEF development and piloting of potential models Expected Outputs and Strategies They have been designed to address key issues resulting from phase 2 and are compiled separately for the Vertical Shaft Brick Kiln (VSBK) and Cost Effective, Socially and Environment Friendly (CESEF) Building Material track. VSBK track The programme aims to create VSBK technology packages/options that can be offered to entrepreneurs who need to change from the traditional BTK to a clean brick firing technology. Therefore, the overall expected result is to achieve a critical mass of socially responsible VSBK entrepreneurs who have access to locally anchored technical know-how that facilitates self-replication in Nepal. The VSBK track has five outputs, namely: Output 1: Environment and Technology The Programme will increase the number of kilns by 20. It is expected that VSBK will run under 60% better environmental conditions than existing BTKs with fixed chimneys, while the specific energy consumptions will achieve the internal benchmark of 0.7 MJ/kg bricks. The key working strategy is to locally anchor VSBK technology in Nepal to enable various support service providers to commercially offer their services to new VSBK entrepreneurs. This requires a concentrated effort to engage local, regional and international expertise. Output 2: Economy The Programme promotes improved brick production systems for VSBK entrepreneurs to optimise their businesses and ultimately increase profits through a modernized production and management system. It aims to strengthen key service providers so that they become commercially viable within this new brick technology segment. The strategy is to work through a local business system to sustain and replicate the technology on a commercial basis. Output 3: Social equity Social activities aim to improve living and working conditions, and to empower workers and their families in the brick sector. The field experience will form the basis to influence policy changes in favour of seasonal workers. Social action packages will be formulated in order to bring in other financing organisations and donors. The strategy is to work with local partners and to enable them to implement specifically defined activities in all targeted VSBKs. Project components Policy and strategies devt. Data gathering and analysis Awareness raising Capacity building Areas of focus AQ monitoring Ambient AQ monitoring Emissions inventory Source apportionment Climate change mitigation (cobenefits approach) Energy sector (co-benefits) Stationary sources Monitoring for stationary sources

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Output 4: Institutions The Programme wants to establish an institutional environment for the promotion of environment friendly technologies. The strategy is to strengthen government institutions at different levels to facilitate the development or refinement of appropriate environmental standards, policies, rules & regulations and laws favourable to VSBK. Output 5: Knowledge Management This assures that all actors are enabled and skilled to establish a sustainable VSBK business. Capacity building, know-how documentation and exchange will be facilitated at national and regional level. The different VSBK technology packages/options, developed by the Programme will be offered to entrepreneurs who need to change to a cleaner brick firing technology. The strategy is support capacity building organisation with up to date technical information and to practice a transparent and pro-active information sharing policy with all partners concerned. CESEF Track The CESEF track is divided into two sub-tracks. The Existing technology sub-track deals with improving the practices of presently produced building technologies. A new technology deals with the introduction and field testing of regionally proven CESEF building materials and technologies. Small and medium scale ―pilot enterprises‖ will be selected, trained and coached to make them familiar with new building materials. The strategy will be formulated in cooperation with all stakeholders, assuring that important voices are properly incorporated. The CESEF track has five outputs, namely: Output 1: Environment and Technology Existing technologies: The project wants to improve existing production practices and aims to lower energy consumption on an average of 10%. New technologies: The project wants to introduce new, regionally proven CESEF technologies and practices, aiming at lowering building material costs, job creation and improve the level of skills. The strategy is to work together with all relevant stakeholders at the place of production and application. Output 2: Economy The project wants to establish the facts that prove the profitability and the market acceptance of improved and new building technologies. The approach is to support the development of marketing strategies for improved and new building materials. Close links and practical collaboration with housing projects for low and medium income groups will be established to promote improved and new CESEF building materials and techniques. Output 3: Social equity Social activities aim to improve in living and working and the empowerment of workers and their families in the building material sector. Piloting activities and local networking with key stakeholders will take place that will lead to social packages. Strategies will be developed in close cooperation with local stakeholders, assuring that all important voices are properly incorporated Output 4: Institutions The project expects within the first year to identify the institutional system involved in the building material and construction sector. In order to legalise and promote CESEF through an institutional system, the required capacity building and facilitation activities are expected to be defined. The working strategy is to locally anchorage the CESEF know-how through a network of Support Service Providers and utilise existing organisations and know-how in all respective fields. Output 5: Knowledge Management The main expected result is that by the end of the project phase the project can offer different scales of verified and viable technology packages to enterprises and other stakeholders for further dissemination and application. The strategy is to implement all practical work in close collaboration with the private sector. The programme will utilise SBET for the selection of CESEF technologies in areas of intervention. Total budget: $675,000.00 Funding sources: Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Ongoing up to 2007 Regions covered: South Asia. Countries covered: Nepal Cities/provinces covered: Kathmandu/ Country-wide Implementing agencies:

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Department of Cottage and Small Industries(DCSI) / Ministry of Industry, Commerce and Supplies (MOICS) Main contact person: Urs Hagnauer Programme Manager Vertical Shaft Brick Kiln (VSBK) 997 5521970 urs.hagnauer@vsbk.org.np Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable):

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Proponent: Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) Project title: Technical Cooperation on the Support for Environmental Monitoring in Pakistan
Main objectives and outputs: Capacity development of environmental monitoring system 1. Capacity development on monitoring plan designing based on monitoring data 2. Capacity development on establishing environmental standard 3. Capacity development on documentation of environmental assessment guideline 4. Capacity development on enhancement of monitoring system Total budget: Funding sources: 1. Pakistan Environmental Protection Agency (pak-EPA) 2.JICA; Total budget to be decided Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Planned Regions covered: South Asia. Countries covered: Pakistan Cities/provinces covered: Central Government and Environmental Protection Agencies in selected province(s) Implementing agencies: Ministry of Environment Main contact person: Eiji Iwasaki / Chika Takahatake Team Director / Staff Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) +81-3-5352-5254 +81-3-5352-5348 iwasaki.eiji@jica.go.jp /Takahatake.Chika @jica.go.jp Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Country/City 1: Pakistan/Islamabad Main Responsible Organization: Pakistan Environmental Protection Agency (pak-EPA) Contact Person: Mr. Asif Shuja Khan Job Title: Director General Tel No. +92-51-9206342 to Rm of Advisor (Mr. Masashi Ito) Fax No. +92-51-9212220 to Rm of Advisor (Mr. Masashi Ito) Website of Organization: http://www.pakepa.org/ Project components Data gathering and analysis Awareness raising Capacity building Equipment support Areas of focus AQ monitoring Ambient AQ monitoring Mobile sources Inspection and maintenance Stationary sources Monitoring for stationary sources Policies for stationary sources

Proponent: Pakistan Institute of Nuclear Science & Technology (PINSTECH) Project title: Pakistan Institute of Nuclear Science and Technology
Main objectives and outputs: (1) To monitor the air quality (2) To identify the air pollutant emission sources (3) To create data base and apportionment (4) Legislative policy making to control and embalmment (5) Transboundary effects Total budget: Funding sources: Government of Pakistan Funding type: Grant/TA. GEF funds. Status of project: Ongoing Regions covered: South Asia. Countries covered: Pakistan Project components

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Cities/provinces covered: Islamabad Karachi Lahore Faisalabad Gujranwala Implementing agencies: Main contact person: Dr. Shujaat Ahmad Associate Director General, PINSTECH Pakistan Institute of Nuclear Science & Technology (PINSTECH) 092-51-2207270 092-51-9290275 shujaat@pinstech.org.pk Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Pakistan, Islamabad Main Responsible Organization: PINSTECH (PAEC) Contact Person: Dr. Shujaat Ahmad Job Title: Lab. Incharge / Project coordinator (IAEA-RCA-0173) entitled ―Improved information on Urban Air Pollution‖ Tel No. 092-51-2207207 Fax No. 092-51-9290275 Email: shujaat@pinstech.org.pk Pakistan, Four Mega Cities (Lahore, Karachi, Faisalabad, Gujranwala) Main Responsible Organization: Pakistan Atomic Energy Commission (Environmental Protection Agency) Job Title: Zia-ul-Islam, Dir. EPA Tel No. 092-51-9205232 Fax No. Email: Website of Organization: www.pakepa.org Nation Environmental Action Plan, Ministry of Environment Non-motorized transport Inspection and maintenance Fuels Gasoline CNG/LPG Hydrogen Road infrastructure Transport planning Climate change mitigation (cobenefits approach) Transport sector (co-benefits) Energy sector (co-benefits) Indoor air pollution Transboundary sources Monitoring transboundary sources Policies for transboundary sources Stationary sources Monitoring for stationary sources Policies for stationary sources

Proponent: Pakistan Space and Upper Atmosphere Research Commission (SUPARCO) Project title: Feasibility study & Development of transportation control plan for Karachi metropolis.
Main objectives and outputs: 1. To assess the impact of pollution generated by operation of vehicular traffic 2. To propose remedial measures and course of action to control pollution 3. Preparation of a feasibility study to develop a transport control plan dealing with issues related to fuel, vehicles and operators to provide a clean environment and minimizing health hazards in Karachi city. Total budget: $120,000.00 Funding sources: City District Government Karachi (CDGK) Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Finish (Report for submission) Regions covered: South Asia. Countries covered: Pakistan Cities/provinces covered: Sindh Karachi Implementing agencies: Main contact person: Dr. Badar Munir Khan Ghauri Deputy Chief Manager Project components Policy and strategies devt. Data gathering and analysis Awareness raising Areas of focus AQ monitoring Ambient AQ monitoring Roadside AQ monitoring Source apportionment Mobile sources Transport planning Climate change mitigation (cobenefits approach) Transport sector (co-benefits)

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Pakistan Space and Upper Atmosphere Research Commission (SUPARCO) 92-21-4644931 92-21-4644928, 4644941 dh_ssar@suparco.gov.pk, b_ghauri@yahoo.com Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Country/City 1: Pakistan / Karachi Main Responsible Organization: SUPARCO Contact Person: Muhammad Ashiq Job Title: General Manager Tel No. 92-021-4650767-74 Fax No. 92-021-4644928, 4644941 Email: ashiq_m50@yahoo.com Website of Organization: http://www.suparco.gov.pk Country/City 2: Pakistan, Karachi Main Responsible Organization: Transport & Communication Department (TCD), City District Government Karachi (CDGK), 8th Floor, Civic Centre, Gulshan-e-Iqbal, Karachi. Contact Person: Dr. Muhammad Tahir Soomro Job Title: Principle Engineer Tel No. 92-021-9230655 Fax No. 92-021-923 1304 Website of Organization: http://www.karachicity.gov.pk

Proponent: Pakistan Space and Upper Atmosphere Research Commission (SUPARCO) Project title: Feasibility study for Fog Aerosol characterization source apportionment and impact assessment- Lahore
Main objectives and outputs: 1. Identify pollution sources & understand the relative role of pollutant transport and transformation 2. Source apportionment including local, distant and transboundary sources 3. Assessment of influence of local emission sources especially impact assessment of vehicular traffic and industrial emissions 4. Database development of ambient air aerosols and fog/haze using satellite and ground based measurements 5. Health, Agriculture and Socio-Economic impact assessment in relation to aerosols and fog Total budget: Rs. 50 million Funding sources: Planning Commission Government of Pakistan Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Ongoing Regions covered: South Asia. Countries covered: Pakistan Cities/provinces covered: Lahore Punjab Implementing agencies: Main contact person: Dr. Badar Munir Khan Ghauri Deputy Chief Manager Pakistan Space and Upper Atmosphere Research Commission (SUPARCO) 92-21-4644931 92-21-4644928, 4644941 dh_ssar@suparco.gov.pk, b_ghauri@yahoo.com Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Project components Data gathering and analysis Areas of focus AQ monitoring Ambient AQ monitoring Source apportionment Climate change mitigation (cobenefits approach) Transboundary sources Monitoring transboundary sources Stationary sources Monitoring for stationary sources

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Proponent: Asian Development Bank (ADB) Project title: Metro Manila Air Quality Improvement Sector Development Program
Main objectives and outputs: 1. To promote policy reforms to improve air quality through the abatement of mobile and stationary sources of air pollution in the Metro Manila airshed, the location of the main concentrations of air pollution. 2. The scope consists of policy reforms and investment requirements integrated within the agreed Air Quality Action Plan. 3. The components consist of a motor vehicle inspection system, an industrial air emissions pollution abatement program, production of clean fuels, introduction of antipollution devices such as catalytic converters, a traffic management and road rehabilitation program, ambient air quality monitoring, raising public awareness, capacity building, and institutional development. Total budget: $297,500,000.00 Funding sources: ADB Funding type: Loan. Grant/TA. Status of project: Started 1999, Completed 2003 Regions covered: Southeast Asia. Countries covered: Philippines Cities/provinces covered: Metro Manila Implementing agencies: Department of Environment and Natural Resources Main contact person: Shihiru Date Transport Specialist Asian Development Bank (ADB) sdate@adb.org Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Country/City 1: Metro Manila, Philippines Main Responsible Organization: Department of Environment and Natural Resources Project components Policy and strategies devt. Data gathering and analysis Awareness raising Capacity building Equipment support Areas of focus AQ monitoring Ambient AQ monitoring Mobile sources Public transport Inspection and maintenance Fuels Stationary sources Monitoring for stationary sources Policies for stationary sources Health effects

Proponent: Asian Development Bank (ADB) Project title: Promotion of Cleaner Production
Main objectives and outputs: 1. The TA’s main objectives are to • To strengthen the Department of Science and Technology’s (DOST) technical capacity to promote cleaner production and improve the competitiveness of the industry sector. 2. The TA has the following components and outputs: • Development of guidelines and tools for local industries to facilitate their adoption of CP practices • Establishing support mechanisms primarily for the industry sector to identify, evaluate, select and acquire cost-effective technologies for CP • Provide support to small and medium enterprises (SME) including CP assessment, training, and demonstration programs • Preparation of a business plan for the DOS to promote CP in the country • Design and implement training programs on CP promotion to government staffs, industry and banking sectors. • Develop technical manuals on CP for specific industry sector Project components Policy and strategies devt. Capacity building Areas of focus Mobile sources Public transport Stationary sources Monitoring for stationary sources Policies for stationary sources

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• Conduct special studies on the promotion of CP in the transport and energy sector. A special study on the tricycle sector was initiated in palawan among the 117 cities in march 2004 till oct 2004. quezon city because it is most ideal in terms of the number of threewheelers, geographic orientation and area magnitude. palawan because the mayor is a very strong advocate of environmental protection and the island is still pristine with no other major manufacturing industry except the power plant. the pilot study under TA3921 (Air and Noise Pollution Reduction from Tricycles: A Strategic Plan for Quezon City and Puerto Princesa City, Philipines) looked at the situations in both cities and identified the possible areas of intervention and assistance from adb. the set of recommendations were presented to both LGUS as a set of menu where they can choose accoring to their capacity to implement. Palawan was able to receive grant for the implementation phase. the ADB further extended the assistance to palawan as a grant (TA 6150) under the Poverty and Envrioment Program (PEP) in the amount of US$240,000. half of the grant shall be devoted to TRIKE (Tricycle sa Kabuhayan at Ekolohiya) Fund where the city government of puerto princesa (CGPP) will cost share US$30,000 to make it US$150,000. the new grant is named Air and Noise Pollution Reduction Strategies for the Tricycle Sub-sector. the project started in oct. 2005 and will end dec. 2006 Seven (7) components are provided by this grant namely: 1) Preventive Maintenance Program (2) Engine Technician Vocational Program (3) Capacity Building for CAA Enforcement (4) TRIKE Fund Establishment. (5) Livelihood Development Program (6) Poverty Reduction Assessment (7) Dissemination of Lessons Learned Present status: at least 40% of the project has been completed.

1. Conduct detailed assessment of the tricycle sector in Puerto Princesa and Quezon City. 2. Strategic action plan to improve the tricycle sector’s condition will be developed. Issues on safety, fuel use, emissions and noise will be considered. Total budget: $1,120,000.00 Funding sources: 1. ADB 2. Government of Spain 3. Government of Norway 4. Philippine Government Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Started November 2002, Completed 2004 Regions covered: Southeast Asia. Countries covered: Philippines Cities/provinces covered: Implementing agencies: Department of Science and Technology (DOST) Main contact person: Sujata Gupta Project Economist (Energy) Asian Development Bank (ADB) sgupta@adb.org Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Country/City 1: Philippines Main Responsible Organization: Department of Science and Technology (DOST) Website of Organization: http://www.dost.gov.ph/

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Proponent: Asian Regional Research Program on Environmental Technology (AIRPET) Project title: Urban Air Quality
Main objectives and outputs: The UAQ program aims to provide scientific guidance to air quality assessment and mitigation policy development. It seeks to achieve this through monitoring and modeling activities that form the scientific basis of effective air quality management. The monitoring branch of this program utilizes gas and aerosol sampling technologies to diagnose the present state of urban air quality. The diagnosis is complemented with observations of the urban atmospheric circulation through meteorological monitoring systems. The modeling branch of the program applies source apportionment, dispersion, and mesoscale modeling systems to deepen our understanding of the sources, transport, and fate of critically important air pollutants in Asian urban centers such as Manila. Current projects under this program include: 1. DOAS monitoring of ambient levels of criteria and toxic air pollutants 2. Scanning Mie LIDAR for aerosol profiling 3. Urban airshed and mesoscale modeling 4. Understanding the source, transport, and fate of fine particulate pollution in Metro Manila (supported by SIDA, ARRPET) 5. Air quality and weather webcasting 6. Integrated Environmental Strategies (AQ mitigation policy development, Transport sector) Total budget: Funding sources: Not Specified Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Regions covered: Southeast Asia. Countries covered: Philippines Cities/provinces covered: Metro Manila Implementing agencies: Manila Observatory Main contact person: Dr. James Bernard Simpas Head, Urban Air Quality Program Asian Regional Research Program on Environmental Technology (AIRPET) 632-426-5921 632-426-6141 jbsimpas@observatory.ph Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Country/City 1: Manila Main Responsible Organization: Manila Observatory Contact Person: Jose Ramon T. Villarin Job Title: Head, Climate Studies Division Organizational affiliation: Ateneo Loyola Heights Campus, Q.C. Tel. No.: 632-426-5921 Fax No.: 632-426-6141 Email: jett@observatory.ph Website of Organization: www.observatory.ph Project components Policy and strategies devt. Data gathering and analysis Awareness raising Areas of focus AQ monitoring Ambient AQ monitoring Emissions inventory Source apportionment

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Proponent: DLSU - De La Salle University Project title: Development of Treatment Technology for the Destruction of Volatile Organic Compounds in Air Using Activated Carbon-This is an on-going program that started in 2002. The research is being done in partnership with ITDI of DOST.
Main objectives and outputs: To use activated carbon manufactured by ITDI for the destruction of Volatile Organic Compounds. The expected output is a prototype converter for indoor applications. Two reports had been submitted to URCO-De la Salle University on completed phase of the project. Total budget: $8,980.00 Funding sources: URCO-DLSU Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Started 2002, to be Completed 2007 Regions covered: Southeast Asia. Countries covered: Philippines Cities/provinces covered: Implementing agencies: De la Salle University, Chemical Engineering Department Main contact person: Dr. Susan M. Gallardo Research Professor DLSU - De La Salle University (632) 524-46-11 loc 222 (632) 524-05-63 gallardos@dlsu.edu.ph Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Not Specified Project components Data gathering and analysis Awareness raising Areas of focus AQ monitoring Ambient AQ monitoring Indoor air pollution Stationary sources Policies for stationary sources

Proponent: International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) Project title: Nuclear Analytical Techniques for Air Quality Management
Main objectives and outputs: To extend the use of nuclear analytical techniques for analyzing airborne particulate matter (APM) and identifying pollution sources, and the application of receptor modelling for pollution source apportionment in major areas with the involvement of the national environment regulatory authority. The project primarily aims to aid regulatory process and support Clean Air Act implementation. The PNRI undertakes above activity which involves application of nuclear analytical techniques. It now has co-located 3 samplers at the new EMB monitoring stations. It will set up stations in other cities in Mindanao and Visayas wherever resources can be generated by local counterparts to finance transport of samples to Manila for analysis. For 2005-2006 a project is being proposed for IAEA assistance to differentiate emissions from similar sources e.g. fossil-fueled power plants. We hope to get the collaboration of some plant utilities. Total budget: Funding sources: IAEA Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Started 2003, On-going Regions covered: Southeast Asia. Countries covered: Philippines Cities/provinces covered: Project components Data gathering and analysis Capacity building Areas of focus AQ monitoring Ambient AQ monitoring Source apportionment

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Implementing agencies: Analytical Measurements Research Section/ Philippine Nuclear Research Institute Department of Science and Technology Main contact person: Flora L. Santos Spvg. Science Research Specialist International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) 926-7343 920-1646 flsantos@pacific.net.ph Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Responsible Organization: Department of Science and Technology Region XI Contact Person: Ms. Maria Delia Morados Job Title: Regional Director

Proponent: International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) Project title: Nuclear Analytical Techniques for Evaluation of Airborne Pollution from Fossil Fuel-fired Power Plants
Main objectives and outputs: To evaluate the health and environmental impact of fossil fuel -power-generating plants by collecting data on airborne particulate matter (APM) concentrations and composition, and pollution source contributions at study areas exposed to emissions from such plants. Total budget: Funding sources: IAEA Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Started 2005, On-going Regions covered: Southeast Asia. Countries covered: Philippines Cities/provinces covered: Implementing agencies: Philippine Nuclear Research Institute, Department of Science and Technology Main contact person: Flora L. Santos Spvg. Science Research Specialist International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) 926-7343 920-1646 flsantos@pacific.net.ph Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Responsible Organization: Department of Science and Technology Region XI Contact Person: Ms. Maria Delia Morados Job Title: Regional Director Project components Data gathering and analysis Capacity building Areas of focus AQ monitoring Ambient AQ monitoring Source apportionment Stationary sources Monitoring for stationary sources

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Proponent: Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) Project title: Country Focused on Capacity Development in Urban and Industrial Environmental Management, Philippine
Main objectives and outputs: Through the sharing of the Japanese experience in pollution control and environmental management, this course aims at capacity development in enforcement of urban and industrial pollution control addressing the ongoing efforts in the Philippines. After this training, participants are expected: 1. To develop the capacity in environmental management; 2. To develop the capacity in environmental administration; 3. To understand environmental management system and technology in private sector; and 4. To understand modern environmental technology. Total budget: Funding sources: Not applicable (JICA conducts its cooperation in kind such as dispatching experts) Funding type: Status of project: Staretd May 2004, Completed August 2004 Regions covered: Southeast Asia. Countries covered: Philippines Cities/provinces covered: Implementing agencies: Main contact person: Eiji Iwasaki / Izumi Tsuchihata Team Director / Staff Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) +81-3-5352-5254 +81-3-5352-5348 Iwasaki.Eiji@jica.go.jp / Izumi.Tsuchihata @jica.go.jp Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Not Specified Project components Capacity building Areas of focus AQ monitoring Emissions inventory Stationary sources Monitoring for stationary sources Policies for stationary sources

Proponent: Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) Project title: Technical Cooperation on the Study on Capacity Building to Promote Clean Development Mechanism Projects in the Philippines
Main objectives and outputs: The study will help the Philippines to achieve the goal of the UNFCCC and the Kyoto Protocol. The study will contribute to the achievement of sustainable development objectives of the country and will assist in the CDM project design by provision of necessary data and information through CDM web-based clearinghouse, etc. The Philippines will benefit from the study by hosting CDM projects for sustainable development. Also, developed countries such as Japan will be beneficiaries by getting greenhouse gas emission reduction credits from CDM projects in the Philippines at reasonable price. Total budget: Funding sources: Not applicable (JICA conducts its cooperation in kind such as dispatching experts) Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Regions covered: Southeast Asia. Countries covered: Philippines Project components Capacity building Areas of focus Mobile sources Inspection and maintenance

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Cities/provinces covered: Implementing agencies: Environmental Management Bureau (EMB) Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) Main contact person: Eiji Iwasaki / Chika Takahatake Team Director / Staff Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) +81-3-5352-5254 +81-3-5352-5348 Iwasaki.Eiji@jica.go.jp / Takahatake.Chika @jica.go.jp Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Main Responsible Organization: Environmental Management Bureau (EMB)? Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) Contact Person: J. Goto Website of Organization: www.emb.gov.ph

Proponent: National Center for Transportation Studies - University of the Philippines (NCTS) Project title: Development of Carbon Monoxide (CO) and Hydrocarbon (HC) Emission Standards for Motorcycles and Tricycles
Main objectives and outputs: 1. Assist DENR-EMB in utilizing the new and existing data in coming up with a more scientifically developed standards for the motorcycle / tricycle carbon monoxide (CO) and hydrocarbon (HC) emissions 2. Provide technical expertise in scientific research including methodology, data collection, data processing, analysis and interpretation, and presentation 3. Facilitate workshops and consultation meetings to determine and resolve the issues and concerns among stakeholders Total budget: $4,928.00 Funding sources: USAID-USAEP Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Started 2004 Completed Regions covered: Southeast Asia. Countries covered: Philippines Cities/provinces covered: Implementing agencies: Environmental Management Bureau (EMB-DENR) Main contact person: Karl N. Vergel Head and Affiliate Assistant Professor, Transportation and Environment Group National Center for Transportation Studies - University of the Philippines (NCTS) +(63-2)-928-8305, 929-0495 locs. 213, 211, 229 +(63-2)-928-8305 karl.vergel@up.edu.ph Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Country/City 1: Philippines Main Responsible Organization: Air Quality Management Section, Environmental Management Bureau, Department of Environment and Natural Resources Contact Person: Engr. Cesar S. Siador Jr. Job Title: Chief Tel No. +(632)-928-11-85 Fax No. +(632)-920-22-63 or 928-12-12 Email: Website of Organization: http://www.emb.gov.ph/ Project components Policy and strategies devt. Data gathering and analysis Capacity building Areas of focus Mobile sources Public transport Inspection and maintenance Fuels Gasoline

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Proponent: National Center for Transportation Studies - University of the Philippines (NCTS) Project title: The Inter-Regional Passenger and Freight Flow Survey in the Republic of the Philippines
Main objectives and outputs: a) Formulate the list of existing transportation routes for various modes of both passenger and freight inter-regional/intra-regional flows;b) Formulate the inter-regional transportation passenger and freight matrices by route and transportation modes; andc) Conduct technology transfer to the counterpart personnel in the course of the study. d) The interregional OD data is a basic input to calculate vehicle-kilometers that will lead to a more accurate calculation of pollutant emissions/GHG emissions from different modes of transport in the country especially road-based transport modes where we have scarce or almost no data. This would significantly refine earlier estimates done by other organizations on the estimation of pollutant/GHG emissions from transport in the Philippines. Total budget: $290,000.00 Funding sources: JICA Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: completed 2005 Regions covered: Southeast Asia. Countries covered: Philippines Cities/provinces covered: 37 cities/ municipalities around the country Implementing agencies: Main contact person: Dr. Ricardo G. Sigua Director National Center for Transportation Studies - University of the Philippines (NCTS) 929-0495 loc. 209 928-8305 rsigua@mozcom.com Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Country/ City 1: Philippines Main Responsible Organization: Department of Transportation and Communications Contact Person: Dir. Ildefonso T. Patdu Job Title: Director, Planning Service Tel No. 727-1703 Fax No. 727-1703 Email: dirpatdu@dotc.gov.ph Website of Organization: www.dotc.gov.ph Project components

Areas of focus AQ monitoring Roadside AQ monitoring Emissions inventory Mobile sources Fuels

Proponent: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) Project title: Integrated Environmental Strategies (IES) Program Analysis and Outreach Project for Metropolitan Manila
Main objectives and outputs: Objectives: IES Philippines team worked with stakeholders in Metro Manila to identify integrated air quality and greenhouse-gas measures in the transportation sector to achieve the most significant local and global benefits. The objectives of the project included: • Provide estimates of the public health, environmental, and economic impacts of selected Project components Policy and strategies devt. Data gathering and analysis Awareness raising Capacity building

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integrated transportation sector measures • Engage policymakers and other key stakeholders in a discussion of the benefits of an integrated approach to addressing environmental problems • Strengthen the methodologies used for multidisciplinary policy analysis, with particular emphasis on improving health effects analysis • Build capacity in the Philippines for multidisciplinary policy analysis The final report, including data and recommendations of the project, is posted on the IES website (www.epa.gov/ies/philippines). Additionally, the project team disseminated information about the project and provisional results at a number of stakeholder meetings, for senior policymakers as well as for NGOs and members of the public. Total budget: Funding sources: 1. U.S. AID 2. U.S. EPA Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Started 2003, Completed 2005 Regions covered: Southeast Asia. Countries covered: Philippines Cities/provinces covered: Metro Manila Implementing agencies: Project headed by team from the Manila Observatory, with participation from University of the Philippines, Department of Environment and Natural Resources, Department of Energy, and Department of Transportation and Communications Main contact person: Katherine Sibold Program Manager U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) 1 (202) 343-9280 1 (202) 343-2337 rosseel.kevin@epa.gov Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Country/City 1: Philippines / Manila Main Responsible Organization: Manila Observatory Contact Person: Dan McNamara, S.J., PhD Job Title: Director, Manila Observatory, Climate Change Division Tel No. 632 426-5921 Fax No. 632 426-0847 Email: daniel@observatory.ph Website of Organization: http://www.observatory.ph/index.ph Areas of focus AQ monitoring Ambient AQ monitoring Emissions inventory Mobile sources Public transport Rail transport Bus transport Non-motorized transport Fuels Biofuels Road infrastructure Transport planning Climate change mitigation (cobenefits approach) Transport sector (co-benefits) Energy sector (co-benefits)

Proponent: U.S. Trade and Development Agency (USTDA) Project title: Metro Manila Air Quality Project
Main objectives and outputs: $350 thousand Industrial Air Emissions Project (Phase II) with the Department of Environment and Natural Resources $338 thousand Motor Vehicle Inspection Stations feasibility study with the Land Transport Office and Department of Transportation and Communications $200 thousand Finance and Marketing Services with the Land Bank of the Philippines Total budget: $888,000.00 Funding sources: Not Specified Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Started 2001, Completed 2003 Regions covered: Southeast Asia. Countries covered: Philippines Cities/provinces covered: Project components Policy and strategies devt. Data gathering and analysis Capacity building Areas of focus AQ monitoring Ambient AQ monitoring Mobile sources Public transport Inspection and maintenance Stationary sources

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Implementing agencies: Department of Environment and Natural Resources Main contact person: Stacy Bonnaffons Manager, Asia Region U.S. Trade and Development Agency (USTDA) (66-2) 205-5600 (66-2) 255-4366 stacy.Bonnaffons@mail.doc.gov Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Country/City 1: Philippines Main Responsible Organization: Department of Environment and Natural Resources, Land Transport Office of the Department of Transportation and Communications, Land Bank of the Philippines Monitoring for stationary sources Policies for stationary sources

Proponent: United States – Asia Environmental Partnership (USAEP) Project title: Clean Air Program for Tricycles
Main objectives and outputs: 1.The purpose of the project is to reduce air pollution from tricycle emissions in at least 3 local governments by sustaining the gains of the Puerto Princesa Clean Air Program (CAP) and implement the CAP in other cities including San Fernando City, La Union Total budget: $60,000.00 Funding sources: USAEP Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Started 2004, On-going 2004-2005 Completed Regions covered: South Asia. Countries covered: Philippines Cities/provinces covered: Puerto Princesa City, San Fernando City, Mandaue City and Calbayog City Implementing agencies: League of Cities of the Philippines and Department of Environment and Natural Resources Main contact person: Joy Abelardo-Jochico Country Manager Philippines United States – Asia Environmental Partnership (USAEP) +63 (2) 552-9821 +63 (2) 552-9997 mjochico@usaid.gov Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Country/City 1: Philippines Main Responsible Organization: at least three local governments Project components Policy and strategies devt. Data gathering and analysis Awareness raising Capacity building Areas of focus AQ monitoring Emissions inventory Mobile sources Public transport Non-motorized transport Inspection and maintenance Fuels Diesel Transport planning

Proponent: United States – Asia Environmental Partnership (USAEP) Project title: Support Public Awareness Campaign on the Health Effects of Air Pollution
Main objectives and outputs: 1. Purpose: Increase awareness of health effects of air pollution and encourage action 2. Environmental Broadcasters Circle (EBC) developed tri-media materials on air quality management Project components Awareness raising

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Areas of focus Total budget: $26,000.00 Funding sources: USAEP Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Started 2003, to be Completed 2005 Regions covered: Southeast Asia. Countries covered: Philippines Cities/provinces covered: Implementing agencies: Main contact person: Joy Abelardo-Jochico Country Manager Philippines United States – Asia Environmental Partnership (USAEP) +63 (2) 552-9830 +63 (2) 552-9997 mjochico@usaid.gov Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Country/City 1: Philippines Main Responsible Organization: Environmental Broadcasters Circle, Partnership for Clean Air AQ monitoring Emissions inventory Mobile sources Public transport Climate change mitigation (cobenefits approach) Transport sector (co-benefits) Health effects

Proponent: United States Agency for International Development (USAID) Project title: Energy and Clean Air Project (ECAP)
Main objectives and outputs: The Energy and Clean Air Project is expected to: a)improve the supply of cleaner, affordable, and reliable energy in power, transport, and other applications; and b)improve air quality through the reduction of vehicle emissions. Total budget: $9,700,000.00 Funding sources: USAID Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Started October 2004 to September 2008 (plus 1 year possible extension) Regions covered: Southeast Asia. Countries covered: Philippines Cities/provinces covered: Metro Manila, Davao City, Baguio City and Cebu City Implementing agencies: Energy Component: Department of Energy (DOE) and Energy Regulatory Commission (ERC); Clean Air Component: Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) and Department of Transportation and Communications (DOTC) Main contact person: Daniel Moore Chief, Office of Energy and Environment (OEE) United States Agency for International Development (USAID) 522-9821 552-9997 dmoore@usaid.gov Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): ECAP Project Main Office: ECAP Project - Metro Manila Main Responsible Organization: PA Consulting Group (Contractor) Contact Person: Mr. Ray Goco Project components Policy and strategies devt. Data gathering and analysis Awareness raising Capacity building Equipment support Areas of focus AQ monitoring Ambient AQ monitoring Roadside AQ monitoring Emissions inventory Source apportionment Mobile sources Public transport Bus transport Non-motorized transport Inspection and maintenance Fuels Diesel CNG/LPG Biofuels Transport planning Climate change mitigation (cobenefits approach) Transport sector (co-benefits) Energy sector (co-benefits)

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Job Title: Chief of Party Tel No. (+632) 914-1107 Fax No. (+632) 914-1106 Email: r_goco@ecap.com.ph ECAP Project City 1: ECAP Project Area Office (PAO) - Metro Manila Main Responsible Organization: Ateneo School of Government (ASG) Contact Person: Ms. Amihan Perez Job Title: PAO Coordinator Tel No. (+632) 426-6062 Fax No. (+632) 426-6061 Email: arperez@ateneo.edu Website of Organization: www.ateneo.edu ECAP Project City 2: ECAP Project Area Office (PAO) – Baguio City Main Responsible Organization: University of the Cordilleras (UC) Contact Person: Ms. Edna Tabanda Job Title: PAO Coordinator Tel No. (+6374)442-1917 Fax No. (+6374)442-1917 Email: uc_baguiopao@yahoo.com Website of Organization: www.uc-bcf.edu.ph ECAP Project City 3: ECAP Project Area Office (PAO) – Cebu City Main Responsible Organization: University of San Carlos (USC) Contact Person: Mr. Rene Alburo Job Title: PAO Coordinator Tel No. (+6332)253-1000 loc 207 Fax No. (+6332)253-1000 Emaill: ssrc@usc.edu.ph Website of Organization: www.usc.edu.ph ECAP Project City 4: ECAP Project Area Office – Davao City Main Responsible Organization: Ateneo De Davao University Contact Person: Ms. Christine R. Omar Job Title: PAO Coordinator Tel No. (+6382)222-3228 Fax No. (+6382)222-3228 Email: christineomar1106@yahoo.com Website of Organization: www.addu.edu.ph Energy Component: National Power Corporation (NPC) National Electrification Administration (NPC) National Transmission Company (NTC) Philippine Electricity Market Corporation (PEMC) Clean Air Component: Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) Land Transportation Office (LTO) Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB) Local Government Units of Baguio, Cebu, Davao, and Metro Manila ECAP-PAOs: Ateneo School of Government (ASG) for Manila University of the Cordilleras (UC) for Baguio Ateneo De Davao University (ADDU) for Davao University of San Carlos (USC) for Cebu

Proponent: World Bank Project title: Metro Manila Urban Transport Integration Project (MMURTRIP)
Main objectives and outputs: The project development objective of the Metro Manila Urban Transport Integration Project (MMURTRIP) is to enhance the economic productivity and quality of life of Metro Manila Project components

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residents by improving the operational efficiency and safety of the transport system, with better opportunities to use public transport and non-motorized transport (NMT), the dominant transport modes of low-income residents. In support of this objective, the project will: 1. Improve travel conditions, including the related safety and environmental aspects, along the three most heavily used public transport corridors in Metro Manila--Light Rail Transit (LRT) 3-Epifanio de los Santos Avenue (EDSA), LRT2- Aurora Boulevard, and the Southern Expressway. 2. Enhance transport access in outer areas in the east (Markina Valley). 3. Improve traffic conditions within the city through better use of the secondary road network. 4. Promote the use of NMT through a pilot demonstration in one of the local government units (LGUs), the City of Markina. 5. Strengthen metropolitan governance in the management of traffic. To this end, the project will implement schemes of traffic management to improve access to newly opened light rail transit (LRT) stations and transfer opportunities between road-based public transport modes, pedestrian circulation, road frontage controls, street lighting, and traffic circulation in general. Physical measures in the project corridors/areas will also improve critical interchanges and provide road access and missing links. To promote NMT use, the project will implement a local bike path network and a supporting awareness campaign. Institutional measures will aim to strengthen the Metro Manila Development Authority (MMDA), the agency responsible for coordinating development plans and programs, and specifically, traffic management across the 17 municipalities of Metro Manila. MMURTRIP includes the following 5 components in the 12 cities and 5 municipalities that make up the Metro Manila area: 1. Traffic Management Improvements along the EDSA, Light Rail Transport (LRT) 2 and 3 and South Luzon Expressway corridors to improve street level collection and dispersal of passengers. MMDA is the implementing agency for this component. 2. Marikina-Rizal-Pasig (MARIPAS) Access Improvements in the Marikina Valley, including the Marikina Bridge and access road component and the Marcos Highway and Ortigas Avenue Extension. DPWH is the implementing agency for these MARIPAS access improvements Secondary Roads Program for 15 road sections, including pavement rehabilitation, drainage and sidewalk improvements, traffic management, and construction of missing links for comprehensive corridor treatment so that there will be better traffic dispersal and lesser congestion in arterial roads. DPWH will be the implementing agency for 10 of the roads while MMDA will implement for the other 5 roads. 3. Non-motorized Transport in the City of Marikina under Global Environment Facility funding which will pilot a bikeways system to connect communities with employment centers and LRT stations. The City of Marikina will implement this component. 4. Institution Building/Technical Assistance to establish and strengthen institutions responsible for future urban transport management in Metro Manila. This is targeted at and will be implemented by the MMDA. Total budget: $96,300,000.00 Funding sources: GEF Funding type: Loan. Grant/TA. GEF funds. Status of project: Started June 2001, to be Completed Mar 2007 Regions covered: South Asia. Southeast Asia. Countries covered: Philippines Areas of focus AQ monitoring Roadside AQ monitoring Emissions inventory Mobile sources Public transport Fuels Gasoline Biofuels Indoor air pollution

Cities/provinces covered: Metro Manila Marikina Implementing agencies: Main contact person: William D. O. Paterson World Bank Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Country/City 1: Philippines/Metro Manila Responsible Organization: Department of Public Works (DPWH)

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Contact Person: Mr. Teodoro Encarnacion Job Title: Undersecretary for Technical Services Tel No. 63-2-304 3228 Fax No. 63-2-304 3485 Philippines/Metro Manila Responsible Organization: Metro Manila Development Authority Contact Person: Benjamin Abalos Job Title: Chairman Tel No. 63-2-882 0908 Fax No. 63-2-882 0859 Email: ogm@mmda.gov.ph Metro Manila/Marikina City Responsible Organization: Local government of marikina city Contact Person: Bayani Fernando Job Title: Mayor Tel No.: 63-2-646 1634 Fax No. 63-2-646 5277 Email: marikina@Mozcom.com

Proponent: World Health Organization (WHO) Project title: Public Health Monitoring (field survey component) of the Metro Manila Air Quality Improvement Sector Development Programme (Philippines)
Main objectives and outputs: 1. To prepare a project Inception Report at the outset of the project, in consultation with the project partners, delineating, among other things, how the project will be carried out, the timeline for project completion, and the proposed expenditure of the project funds 2. To oversee, coordinate and monitor the conduct of all project activities in cooperation with the project partners (the Philippine Department of Health and WHO) 3. To liaise between the project proponent (the Philippine Department of Health) and the other technical consultants of the project 4. To develop and implement the field study strategy, including the study design, data collection and analysis and report preparation 5. To conduct periodic meetings with technical consultants, the local government units concerned and the project partners to discuss, among other things, the following: • Project inception report • Project implementation progress in relation to: 1. Collection of data 2. Analysis of data 3. Conclusions and recommendations of the study 6. To supervise the training of field study personnel (data enumerators, technicians) on the proper use of data collection tools, and on the overall conduct of the study 7. To ensure the conduct of all field work required to meet the objectives of the study required by the project: inception report, progress and final reports, and financial reports quarterly at the conclusion of the study 8. To present progress and final reports to local government units concerned, DOH, WHO and other concerned agencies Total budget: $30,450.00 Funding sources: WHO Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Completed 2004 Regions covered: Southeast Asia. Countries covered: Philippines Cities/provinces covered: Metro Manila Implementing agencies: Environmental Health, Department of Health Main contact person: Dr H. Ogawa Regional Adviser in Healthy Settings and Environment Project components Data gathering and analysis Capacity building Areas of focus AQ monitoring Source apportionment Health effects

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World Health Organization (WHO) (632) 528 8001 (632) 528 0279; (632) 521 1036 ogawah@wpro.who.int Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Metro Manila, Philippines Main Responsible Organization: Department of Health Contact Person: Dr. Elma B. Torres Job Title: Public Health Specialist Tel No.: ++63 2 631 7202; 747 4258

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Proponent: Air Resources Management Center (AIRMAC) Project title: Air That We Breathe First National Symposium on Air Resource Management in Sri Lanka
Main objectives and outputs: The First National Symposium on Air Resource management in Sri Lanka is a team effort to gather most of these needed scientific data on air quality. Objectives are: 1. To provide a platform for professionals/ researchers in various aspects of air quality management to share their experience with colleagues. 2. To collect national experience, best practices and information and use them in policy decision-making on air quality management. 3. To promote researchers to carryout research on air quality. There were 32 research paper presentations, which were organized in 10 sessions i.e. air pollution and public health, vehicular air pollution, indoor air pollution, air pollution, climate change and ozone layer depletion, point and non-point source air pollution control, air monitoring modelling and emission inventory, policies and economics of air pollution. The key findings and recommendations that emerge from these scientific presentations can be utilized in identifying policy directions and formulating strategies for sustainable development in the country. Total budget: $4,500.00 Funding sources: US-AID (US-AEP) Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Completed 2004 Regions covered: South Asia. Countries covered: Sri Lanka Cities/provinces covered: Colombo Implementing agencies: Clean Air Sri Lanka, Air Resource Management Center (AirMAC), Ministry of Environment & Natural Resources, No. 104, ―Parisara Piyasa‖, Robert Gunawardena Mawatha, Battaramulla, Sri Lanka Main contact person: Mr. S.S.B. Yalegama Assistant Secretary Air Resources Management Center (AIRMAC) +94-11-2887456 +94-11-2887456 airmac@sltnet.lk Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Not Specified Project components Policy and strategies devt. Data gathering and analysis Awareness raising Capacity building Areas of focus

Proponent: Air Resources Management Center (AIRMAC) Project title: Development of passive sampling techniques for monitoring air quality in cities ; possible transboundary effects
Main objectives and outputs: This project is concerned with developing economical methods for air quality of monitoring of three key pollutants; sulphur dioxide, ozone and nitrogen dioxide. Passive sampling methods have been developed for these criteria pollutants. Studies were carried out in two cities; Kandy and Anuradhapura. The latter site is located in the north-central province and is expected to have a high degree of transboundary pollution during the north-east Project components Data gathering and analysis Awareness raising Capacity building Equipment support

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monsoon. Continuous monitoring from Dcember 2001 to December 2004 was carried out. Areas of focus Project output: There is significant air pollution in the city of Kandy which is situated in a valley between two mountain ranges. Levels exceeded the Sri Lanka standards on many occasions. Air quality monitoring at Anuradhapura indicated significant transboundary effects during the period from October - Decmber. Ozone levels exceeded the standards on many occasions specially during dry weather. Total budget: $1,800.00 Funding sources: National Science Foundation, Sri Lanka (partial support) Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Completed 2004 Regions covered: South Asia. Countries covered: Sri Lanka Cities/provinces covered: Kandy(Central Province) Anuradhapura(North-Central Province) Implementing agencies: Department of Chemistry, University of Peradeniya, Peradeniya, Sri Lanka Main contact person: Prof. Oliver A. Ileperuma Senior Professor and Head of Department Air Resources Management Center (AIRMAC) +94 81 2389129 +94 81 2389129 oliveri@pdn.ac.lk Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Not Specified AQ monitoring Ambient AQ monitoring Source apportionment Mobile sources Inspection and maintenance Climate change mitigation (cobenefits approach) Energy sector (co-benefits) Transboundary sources Monitoring transboundary sources Policies for transboundary sources

Proponent: Air Resources Management Center (AIRMAC) Project title: Investigation of Air Pollution on agricultural crops
Main objectives and outputs: This project is concerned with determining the effects of ambient air pollution on vegetative crops such as vegetables, rice and tobacco, and the specific effects of ozone on these crops. These are correlated to the ambient air quality at the site where field trials were conducted using the open top chamber method. Project output: Ambient air pollution causes reduced growth of rice and vegetables. Under ozone visible symptoms appear such as stippling, appearance of brown spots and misshappening of leaves and generally reduced growth. Total budget: $3,000.00 Funding sources: Sri Lanka Council for Agricultural Research Policy Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Completed Regions covered: South Asia. Countries covered: Sri Lanka Cities/provinces covered: Kandy(Central Province) Implementing agencies: Department of Chemistry, University of Peradeniya, Peradeniya, Sri Lanka Main contact person: Prof. Oliver A. Ileperuma Senior Professor and Head of Department Air Resources Management Center (AIRMAC) +94-81-2389129 +94-81-2389129 oliveri@pdn.ac.lk Project components Data gathering and analysis Awareness raising Areas of focus AQ monitoring Ambient AQ monitoring

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Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Not Specified

Proponent: Air Resources Management Center (AIRMAC) Project title: Investigation of Air Pollution on respiratory diseases of children
Main objectives and outputs: This project is aimed at studying the effects of ambient air pollution on the respiratory health of children in the city of Kandy with a high degree of pollution and a rural area where the air is much cleaner. Project output: The results show that there are significant effects on the respiratory health of children (asthma, wheezing, lost school days) in the city sample compared to the rural sample. Total budget: Funding sources: Existing Resources Funding type: Status of project: On-going Regions covered: South Asia. Countries covered: Sri Lanka Cities/provinces covered: Kandy(Central Province) Implementing agencies: Department of Chemistry, University of Peradeniya, and Department of Public Health, Faculty of Medicine ,University of Peradeniya, Peradeniya, Sri Lanka Main contact person: Prof. Oliver A. Ileperuma Senior Professor and Head of Department Air Resources Management Center (AIRMAC) +94-81-2389129 +94-81-2389129 oliveri@pdn.ac.lk Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Not Specified Project components Data gathering and analysis Awareness raising Capacity building Areas of focus AQ monitoring Ambient AQ monitoring Indoor air pollution Health effects

Proponent: Air Resources Management Center (AIRMAC) Project title: Preparing awareness raising materials on Vehicle Emission Testing Programme in Sri Lanka
Main objectives and outputs: To facilitate the implementation of vehicle emission testing programme successfully. Total budget: $5,000.00 Funding sources: United State Asia Environmental Partnership Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Planned, 2005 Regions covered: South Asia. Countries covered: Sri Lanka Cities/provinces covered: Implementing agencies: Clean Air Sri Lanka, Air Resource Management Center (AirMAC), Ministry of Environment & Natural Resources, No. 104, ―Parisara Piyasa‖, Robert Gunawardena Mawatha, Battaramulla, Sri Lanka Project components Awareness raising Areas of focus

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Main contact person: Mr. S.S.B. Yalegama Assistant Secretary Air Resources Management Center (AIRMAC) +94-11-2887456 +94-11-2887456 airmac@sltnet.lk Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Not Specified

Proponent: Air Resources Management Center (AIRMAC) Project title: Proactive Awareness Creation for the Successful Implementation of Vehicle Emission Reduction Programme
Main objectives and outputs: At the end of the Project: It is expected that the Platform would be created for the smooth, efficient and effective implementation of vehicle emission reduction programme. Vehicle owners and school children, on average, are expected to know about the vehicle emission testing programme, its benefits and operation. Total budget: $12,000.00 Funding sources: Asia Foundation Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Started 2005, On-going Regions covered: South Asia. Countries covered: Sri Lanka Cities/provinces covered: All Island Implementing agencies: Clean Air Sri Lanka, Air Resource Management Center (AirMAC), Ministry of Environment & Natural Resources, No. 104, ―Parisara Piyasa‖, Robert Gunawardena Mawatha, Battaramulla, Sri Lanka Main contact person: Mr. S.S.B. Yalegama Assistant Secretary Air Resources Management Center (AIRMAC) +94-11-2887456 +94-11-2887456 airmac@sltnet.lk Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Not Specified Project components Awareness raising Capacity building Areas of focus AQ monitoring Roadside AQ monitoring Mobile sources Public transport Rail transport Bus transport Non-motorized transport Inspection and maintenance

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Proponent: Air Resources Management Center (AIRMAC) Project title: Project on Evaluation of Present Status of Vehicle Repair Facilities and Identification of Resource Requirement for Successful Implementation of Vehicle Emission Testing and Certification (VET) Program in Sri Lanka
Main objectives and outputs: At the end of the Project 3 reports, which would be important for the VET programme will be available. 1. Comprehensive information on present Status of Vehicle Repair Facilities in Sri Lanka 2. Data on essential resource requirements for vehicle repair facilities with reference to VET programme and upgrade requirements for Sri Lanka 3. Methodologies and criterion for ranking and/or accreditation of Vehicle Repair Facilities 4. Recommendations for improving the ―M‖ in I/M in Sri Lanka A comprehensive media strategy will be prepared and it would guide all the stakeholders in undertaking specific information, education and communication campaign to address vehicular emission reduction. And also it would guide to generate sympathetic awareness of air pollution and at the same time, promote the practice of air quality management. General public including all stakeholders are expected to know about the vehicle emission testing programme, its benefits and operation, air pollution problem and its health impacts and what are the mitigate actions taken by the government and other relevant organizations to avoid/ minimize this global problem. Total budget: $15,000.00 Funding sources: CAI-Asia Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Started 2005, On-ongoing Regions covered: South Asia. Countries covered: Sri Lanka Cities/provinces covered: All island Implementing agencies: Clean Air Sri Lanka, Air Resource Management Center (AirMAC), Ministry of Environment & Natural Resources, No. 104, ―Parisara Piyasa‖, Robert Gunawardena Mawatha, Battaramulla, Sri Lanka Main contact person: Dr. A.G.T. Sugathapala Senior Lecturer & Head of the Department Air Resources Management Center (AIRMAC) +94-11-2650621, 94-11-2650301 Ext. 4012, +94-11-2887456 +94-11-2650621, +94-11-2887456 thusitha@mech.mrt.ac.lk, airmac@sltnet.lk Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Not Specified Project components Policy and strategies devt. Data gathering and analysis Awareness raising Areas of focus Mobile sources Public transport Bus transport Non-motorized transport Inspection and maintenance Transport planning

Proponent: Air Resources Management Center (AIRMAC) Project title: Project on Indoor Air Quality Management
Main objectives and outputs: It is expected to monitor and assess the risk of indoor air quality problem of the houses in 5 economic categories. Including Rural Poor (with no electricity), Rural middle class (use biomass for cooking), Urban poor (no electricity, use biomass), Urban middle class (with electricity but use biomass), Urban middle class (use LPG) - for comparison Project components Policy and strategies devt. Data gathering and analysis Awareness raising Capacity building

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Technical and socio-behavior intervention will be made to reduce the health Impacts. Areas of focus Technical Intervention Indoor air pollution Change of kitchen layout, change of stores and fuel alternatives are the possible technical interventions. These will be suggested to be par with households’ economy and convenience of habits. Possibilities will be exploited to introduce hoods, chimneys; alternative stove designs, change of chimneys locations, and design of general home layout and increase ventilation. Cost implementation will be given high priority in assessing these possibilities. Health cost reduction due to the prediction reduction in emission and the cost involved in the change will be considered. Recommendation will be made on the most suitable option and mechanisms by which they could be achieved. Implementation and monitoring of such mechanisms will be a part of the project in the phase II. Fuel alternatives suggested by the GEF project will be considered here. Socio- Behavioral Intervention Socio- Behavioral Intervention will be made to change the behavior of affected community through awareness. Potential organization will be identified to carry out awareness programmes. Baseline information will be collected to identify different strategies required to create awareness and make the behavioral change in different community groups. This is expected to make the intervention sustainability. Awareness will be created on the impact of different kind of fuels. Depending on the relationship between the indoor Air Quality level and kitchen layout/ Fuel used, that could be derived with the monitoring results, a suitable indicator would be suggested to estimate the scale of problem in local areas. Total budget: $20,000.01 Funding sources: Netherland Funded Project on Institutional strengthening & capacity building for environmental programme, (ME&NR - Sri Lanka) Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Planned, 2006 Regions covered: South Asia. Countries covered: Sri Lanka Cities/provinces covered: Implementing agencies: Air Resource Management Center (AirMAC), Ministry of Environment & Natural Resources, No. 104, ―Parisara Piyasa‖, Robert Gunawardena Mawatha, Battaramulla, Sri Lanka Main contact person: Mr. S.S.B. Yalegama Assistant Secretary Air Resources Management Center (AIRMAC) +94-11-2887456 +94-11-2887456 airmac@sltnet.lk Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Not Specified

Proponent: Air Resources Management Center (AIRMAC) Project title: Sri Lanka’s Automotive Inspection and Maintenance Training Programme
Main objectives and outputs: Major objectives were awareness, education and capacity building of the officers in the key institutions for effective implementation of the Vehicle Emission Testing Programme Two international consultants named Mr. Rockey Carlise and Mr. Lane Eichhorn from the National Center for Vehicle Control & Safety (NCVECS), Colorado State University, USA trained more than 225 participants during this training period. Based on the functions and duties, following four different levels of training programmes were conducted for public and Project components Awareness raising Capacity building Equipment support

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private stakeholders. Level 1 - Administrators/Policy Maker Level 2 - Monitoring, Auditing, Coordinating and enforcing Officers (Under this category, It has been trained Examiners of Department of Motor Traffic, Officers of Measurement Unit Standards Services Department and the Central Environmental Authority) Level 3 - Trainers (Technical Officers) Level 4 – Technicians and mechanics Mr. Rockey Carlise has conducted 2 training programmes for the Examiners of Department of Motor Traffic, one programme for the officers of Measurement Unit Standards Services Department and the officers of the Central Environmental Authority and one programme for the Traffic Police officers. Mr. Lane Eichhorn conducted 2 training programmes for the Technical Officers and 2 training programmes for the Technicians. Total budget: $19,000.00 Funding sources: United State Asia Environmental Partnership Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Completed 2004 Regions covered: South Asia. Countries covered: Sri Lanka Cities/provinces covered: Colombo Implementing agencies: Clean Air Sri Lanka, Air Resource Management Center (AirMAC), Ministry of Environment & Natural Resources, No. 104, ―Parisara Piyasa‖, Robert Gunawardena Mawatha, Battaramulla, Sri Lanka & Clean Air Sri Lanka, Main contact person: Mr. S.S.B. Yalegama Assistant Secretary Air Resources Management Center (AIRMAC) +94-11-2887456 +94-11-2887456 airmac@sltnet.lk Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Not Specified Areas of focus AQ monitoring Roadside AQ monitoring Mobile sources Public transport Bus transport Non-motorized transport Inspection and maintenance Climate change mitigation (cobenefits approach) Transport sector (co-benefits)

Proponent: David Pieris Motor Company Limited (DPMC) Project title: Emission Testing and I/M Programmes for Reducing Emissions of Bajaj Brand of Vehicles in Sri Lanka
Main objectives and outputs: The component consist of: 1. Free Inspection and maintenance programmes for Bajaj brand of vehicles 2. Awareness creation among drivers, owners and general public for keeping the Bajaj vehicles as an environmental friendly vehicle 3. Training curriculum, manuals and materials for reducing vehicular pollution by better combustion through improvements in engine design and treatment of exhaust emissions such as catalytic converters 4. Data gathering and analysis for further improvements Total budget: Funding sources: Existing Resources Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: and Further refinement of programme Started 2003, On-going Regions covered: South Asia. Countries covered: Sri Lanka Cities/provinces covered: 9 programmes per month in different cities Implementing agencies: Private sector funded project – (David Pieris Motor Company Limited, Sri Lanka) Project components

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Main contact person: Dayani Gunawardhana Compliance Engineer David Pieris Motor Company Limited (DPMC) + 94 (0) 11 4700600 + 94 (0) 11 2687175 dayani@dpmco.com Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Country/City 1: Sri Lanka/ Island wide Main Responsible Organization: David Pieris Motor Company Limited Contact Person: Dayani Gunawardhana Job Title: Compliance Engineer Tel No. + 94 (0) 11 4700600 Fax No.: +94 (0) 11 2687175 Email: dayani@dpmco.com Website of Organization: http://www.dpmco.com

Proponent: Industrial Services Bureau (ISB) Project title: Community Led Environmental Awareness Network (CLEAN)
Main objectives and outputs: To seek the direct involvement of school children and communities for environmental protection in sensitive areas by way of public awareness and thereby inspiring policy makers and responsible parties to effect remedial measures and corrections. Outputs: 1. A database on Ambient Air Quality Levels of four selected cities. 2. A database on Ambient Water Quality Levels of the four selected lakes. 3. Active CLEAN Project School Environmental Group for each city. 4. A stakeholder network which dedicated towards environmental conservation (Government institutions and officers, local authority officers, NGO’s, private businesses, social organizations and general public). 5. Public awareness. 6. Environmental Resources Centre. 7. Community dialogue about Air Pollution, Water Pollution and Noise pollution. CLEAN project (Community Led Environmental Awareness Network) is a school student centred environmental project operating in four major cities of the island. The focus of the CLEAN project is to raise the awareness of school students and general public about environmental issues and CLEAN project specifically addresses the issues of Ambient Air Pollution, Noise Pollution and Water Pollution of urban cities of Sri Lanka. Presently, about 300 students from 22 numbers of leading schools are engaged in this project. Total budget: Funding sources: The Asia Foundation and The Institute of International Education under the patronage of USAID/USAEP Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Started 2003, On-going Regions covered: South Asia. Countries covered: Sri Lanka Cities/provinces covered: Four cities in Sri Lanka: Kurunegala Kandy Nuwara Eliya Colombo Implementing agencies: Project components Data gathering and analysis Awareness raising Capacity building Equipment support Areas of focus AQ monitoring Ambient AQ monitoring Roadside AQ monitoring Emissions inventory Source apportionment Mobile sources Public transport Bus transport Indoor air pollution Transboundary sources Monitoring transboundary sources Stationary sources Monitoring for stationary sources

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Main contact person: Banduni Premaratne Project Manager (CLEAN Project) Industrial Services Bureau (ISB) +0094 37 222 3721 +0094 37 222 3562 wings@isb.lk Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Country/City 1: Main Responsible Organization: Wayamba Integration for Growth & Sustainability (WINGS) Contact Person: Ms. Banduni Premaratne Job Title: Project Manager Tel No. 0094 37 222 3721 Fax No. 0094 37 222 3562 Email: bandunip@isb.lk, wings@isb.lk Website of Organization: www.isb.lk/wings/clean

Proponent: Japan Bank for International Cooperation (JBIC) Project title: Environmentally Friendly Solutions Fund (E-FRIENDS)
Main objectives and outputs: The principal objective is to prevent industrial pollution in Sri Lanka. The National Development Bank (NDB) and the Participating Credit Institutions (PCI) will provide longterm loans at low-interest to enable industries to reduce their pollution. Loans will be either for investment in anti-pollution equipment and facilities or for technical environmental protection training costs Total budget: $2,300,000.00 Funding sources: JBIC Funding type: Loan. Status of project: Started September 1998, Completed January 2004 Regions covered: South Asia. Countries covered: Sri Lanka Cities/provinces covered: Implementing agencies: National Development Bank Main contact person: Japan Bank for International Cooperation (JBIC) Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Country/City 1: Sri Lanka Responsible Organization: National Development Bank Tel No.: 941-437701 Fax No.: 941-440262 Project components Capacity building Equipment support Areas of focus Stationary sources Monitoring for stationary sources Policies for stationary sources

Proponent: National Building Research Organization (NBRO) Project title: Ambient air quality monitoring in Colombo
Main objectives and outputs: To monitor ambient air quality in Colombo and its immediate suburbs (in an established network of 15 selected locations using low cost monitoring techniques with passive samplers previously developed by the Environmental Division of NBRO) Project components Data gathering and analysis Equipment support

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Total budget: Funding sources: NBRO (Previously funded by the National Research Council (NRC) of Sir Lanka) Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: On-going Regions covered: South Asia. Countries covered: Sri Lanka Cities/provinces covered: Western Province Colombo Implementing agencies: Environmental Division National Building Research Organisation (NBRO) 99/1 Jawatte Road, Colombo 05, Sri Lanka (Ministry of Housing, Construction Industry, Eastern Province Education and Irrigation Development) Main contact person: Clarence Perera Head / Environmental Division National Building Research Organization (NBRO) 94 11 2588946 ext 217 94 11 2502611 nbro@sltnet.lk Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Country/City 1: Other contact persons: H. D. S. Premasiri Scientist, Air Quality (94 11 2588946 ext 201) and C. J. Annakkage, Technical Officer/Scientist (94 11 2588946 ext 220) Environment Division, NBRO Areas of focus AQ monitoring Ambient AQ monitoring Roadside AQ monitoring

Proponent: United States – Asia Environmental Partnership (USAEP) Project title: Sri Lanka Clean Air Initiative Program
Main objectives and outputs: To minimize the health impacts associated with vehicular emissions, improved air quality monitoring and modeling to facilitate policy development and better understanding, increase enforcement of air quality standards and regulation and highlight the co-benefits of air pollution control on economic, health and social costs. Main activities include: Areas of focus 1. Establishment of vehicle testing centers 2. Air quality monitoring, inventory, modeling and research 3. Clean energy development Total budget: $43,000.00 Funding sources: 1. USAEP 2. Environmental Systems Products (ESP) 3. National Center for Vehicle Emission Control and Safety (NCVECS) 4. University of Colorado 5. California Motor Repair Bureau, CTRADE 6. Louis Berger Inc. 7. Asian Development Bank (ADB) 8. World Bank (WB) 9. German Technical Corporation (GTZ) Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Started 2004, to be Completed 2006 Regions covered: South Asia. Countries covered: Sri Lanka Cities/provinces covered: AQ monitoring Ambient AQ monitoring Roadside AQ monitoring Emissions inventory Mobile sources Public transport Inspection and maintenance Fuels Climate change mitigation (cobenefits approach) Energy sector (co-benefits) Health effects Project components Policy and strategies devt. Data gathering and analysis Awareness raising Capacity building

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Implementing agencies: Ministry of Environment and Natural Resources, Ministry of Transport and Civil Aviation and Air Resource Management Center (AirMac) Main contact person: Ananda Mallawatantri Country Manager Sri Lanka United States – Asia Environmental Partnership (USAEP) +94 (112) 47 2855 +94 (112) 47 2850 amallawatantri@usaid.gov Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Country/City 1: Sri Lanka Main Responsible Organization: Ministry of Environment and Natural Resources

Proponent: University of Colombo Project title: Health Impact of Diesel Vehicle Exhaust Emisions : the Case of Colombo City
Main objectives and outputs: a) to estimate the health impact of auto-diesel emissions in Colombo b) to compare costs and benefits of various policy options in controlling auto-diesel emissions Total budget: Funding sources: Economy and Environment Program for Southeast Asia (EEPSEA) Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Ongoing: Final draft has been submitted to the Sponsor - EEPSEA Regions covered: South Asia. Countries covered: Sri Lanka Cities/provinces covered: Colombo Implementing agencies: Department of Economics, University of Colombo, Sri Lanka Main contact person: Dr. Sunil Chandrasiri Senior Lecturer University of Colombo 2582666 2347393 sunilch@sltnet.lk Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Colombo Main Responsible Organization: Dept. of Economics Contact Person: Dr. Sunil Chandrasiri Job Title: Main Researcher Tel No. 94-1- 2776525/ 2774545 Fax No. 94- 1 - 2347393 Email: sunilch@sltent.lk Project components Policy and strategies devt. Data gathering and analysis Areas of focus AQ monitoring Roadside AQ monitoring Emissions inventory Source apportionment Mobile sources Public transport Non-motorized transport Inspection and maintenance Fuels Diesel Land use planning Transport planning Health effects

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Proponent: World Bank Project title: Strengthening the Institutional and Policy Framework for Urban Air Quality Management
Main objectives and outputs: The program will consist of three components: 1. Vehicle emissions reduction. The grant will be used to strengthen the capacity of the Department of Motor Traffic, the Planning Unit of the Ministry of Transport, and the Central Environmental Authority for vehicle emissions control, and to assist in revising in-use vehicle emission standards, establishing an inspection and maintenance program, limiting the number of polluting vehicles on the road, awareness-raising, and exploring innovative partnership arrangements and financing mechanisms. 2. Gasoline and diesel quality improvement. This component will facilitate policy decisions on implementing realistic, fiscally sound and socially beneficial plans for phasing out leaded gasoline, improving diesel quality and rationalizing demand for these fuels which is currently distorted by a large price differential. In particular, the grant will be used to examine the feasibility of tightening gasoline and diesel quality standards; analyze fiscal, financial and public health implications of changes in fuel specifications and relative prices as well as the impact of these changes on low-income groups; and recommend possible options to the Government of Sri Lanka. 3. Fiscal Policies on Fuels and Vehicles. Alternative options for pricing diesel and gasoline and levying duties on different vehicles will be examined, from the point of view of longterm fiscal sustainability, impacts on households’ welfare (expenditure) and decreasing most harmful vehicular emissions. While the activity addresses issues raised during discussions on components (1) and (2), it is proposed as a separate component because of different expertise and main counterpart agency required for its implementation Total budget: $300,000.00 Funding sources: WB Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Started July 2000, Completed July 2003 Regions covered: South Asia. Countries covered: Sri Lanka Cities/provinces covered: Colombo Implementing agencies: Air Resource Management Center (AirMAC), Ministry of Environment & Natural Resources, Sri Lanka Main contact person: Dr. B.M.S. Batagoda Project Director World Bank (0094-11-2887456) (0094-11-2887456) airmac@sltnet.lk, envecon@sltnet.lk Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Not Specified Project components Policy and strategies devt. Awareness raising Capacity building Areas of focus AQ monitoring Roadside AQ monitoring Emissions inventory Mobile sources Inspection and maintenance Fuels Gasoline Diesel Health effects

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Proponent: Japan Bank for International Cooperation (JBIC) Project title: MRTA Initial System Project (Blue Line)
Main objectives and outputs: The objective of this project is to construct a subway system with a total length of approximately 20km from Hua Lamphong Central Railway Station to Bang Su Railway Station, as part of the mass transit network in Bangkok Metropolitan Area, and to provide an alternative means of transportation to road transportation, aiming to alleviate the traffic congestion and to improve the air pollution in the Bangkok Area. Total budget: $430,000,000.00 Funding sources: JBIC Funding type: Loan. Status of project: Phase V: Started September 22, 2000, On-going Regions covered: South Asia. Mekong. Countries covered: Thailand Cities/provinces covered: Bangkok Metropolitan Area Implementing agencies: Metropolitan Rapid Transit Authority Main contact person: Japan Bank for International Cooperation (JBIC) 81-3-5218-3627 81-3-5218-3970 Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Country/City 1: Thailand/Bangkok Responsible Organization: Metropolitan Rapid Transit Authority Tel No.: 662-273-0860 Fax No.: 662-273-0891 Website of Organization: http://www.mrta.co.th Project components Equipment support Areas of focus Mobile sources Public transport Rail transport Road infrastructure

Proponent: Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) Project title: Technical Cooperation on the Capacity Building for Environmental Research in Thailand
Main objectives and outputs: The Capacity of Ministry of natural resources and Environment to take countermeasures against VOC air pollution including development of environmental and emission standards in Thailand is enhanced. 1. Supporting for the proposed ambient VOCs standard 2. Setting up a national emission standards on VOCs for vehicles and stationary sources 3. Training for pollution control officers who can deal with the VOCs emission from stationary sources and vehicle. * This project will be implemented under the well coordination with the Project for ―Capacity Building for Environmental Research in Thailand‖. Total budget: Funding sources: Not applicable (JICA conducts its cooperation in kind such as dispatching experts) Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Started June 2005, to be completed May 2008 Regions covered: Southeast Asia. Countries covered: Thailand Cities/provinces covered: Project components Data gathering and analysis Areas of focus AQ monitoring Ambient AQ monitoring Roadside AQ monitoring Emissions inventory Source apportionment

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Implementing agencies: Environmental Research and Training Center, Department of Environmental Quality Promotion and Pollution Control Department, Ministry of Science, Technology and Environment Main contact person: Eiji Iwasaki /Izumi Tsuchihata Team Director / Staff Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) +81-3-5352-5254 +81-3-5352-5348 Iwasaki.Eiji@jica.go.jp / Tsuchihata.Izumi@jica.go.jp Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Country/City 1: Thailand/Bangkok Main Responsible Organization: Environmental Research and Training Center, Department of Environmental Quality Promotion and Pollution Control Department, Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment

Proponent: Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) Project title: Technical Cooperation on the Development of Environmental and Emission Standards of VOCs in Thailand
Main objectives and outputs: 1. Supporting for the proposed ambient VOCs standard 2. Setting up a national emission standards on VOCs for vehicles and stationary sources 3. Training for pollution control officers who can deal with the VOCs emission from stationary sources and vehicle. * This project will be implemented under the well coordination with the Project for ―Capacity Building for Environmental Research in Thailand‖. Total budget: Funding sources: Not applicable (JICA conducts its cooperation in kind such as dispatching experts) Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Planned Regions covered: Southeast Asia. Countries covered: Thailand Cities/provinces covered: Implementing agencies: Pollution Control Department, Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment Main contact person: Eiji Iwasaki / Izumi Tsuchihata Team Director / Staff Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) +81-3-5352-5254 +81-3-5352-5348 Iwasaki.Eiji@jica.go.jp / Tsuchihata.Izumi @jica.go.jp Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Country/City 1: Thailand/Bangkok Main Responsible Organization: Pollution Control Department, Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment Website of Organization: http://www.pcd.go.th/ Project components Policy and strategies devt. Capacity building Areas of focus AQ monitoring Ambient AQ monitoring Roadside AQ monitoring Emissions inventory Source apportionment Stationary sources Monitoring for stationary sources

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Proponent: Japan Transport Cooperation Association (JTCA) Project title: The Study on the Promotion of Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) in Transport Sector for Improvement of Global Environment (2005) (continued from 2004)
Main objectives and outputs: Major objective is the promotion of CDM projects in the transport sector and expected outputs are as follows; 1. Existing data collection in Thailand: gathers existing data and materials in relation to road traffic and motor vehicles in Bangkok. 2. Field driving test in Bangkok and develop Bangkok Driving Cycle 3. Conducts chassis dynamometer test for bus, trucks and passenger vehicles, and develop the emission factor of each kind of vehicle 4. Estimation of total CO2 from the transport sector in Bangkok 5. Identify the feasible CDM projects in the transport sector in Bangkok 6. Prepare the PDD (Project Design Documents) on some pilot CDM project 7. Prepare the guidance document for CDM preparation in the transport sector Total budget: $1,000,000.00 Funding sources: Not Specified Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Started July 2003 Completed September 2005 Regions covered: Southeast Asia. Mekong. Countries covered: Thailand Cities/provinces covered: Bangkok Implementing agencies: International Affairs Division, Policy Bureau, Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport (MLIT) Main contact person: Kazuhiko NAGATA Technical Official Japan Transport Cooperation Association (JTCA) (+81-3) 5253-8319 (+81-3) 5253-1561 nagata-k2fp@mlit.go.jp Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Country/City 1: Thailand/ Bangkok Responsible Organization: Ministry of Transport, Office of Transport Policy Contact Person: Ms. Chutinthorn Praditphet Job Title: Policy and Plan Analyst, Safety Planning Bureau Tel No.: (+662) 215-1515 ext-2061 Fax No: (+662) 216-3481 Email: chutinthorn_p@hotmail.com Project components Policy and strategies devt. Data gathering and analysis Capacity building Areas of focus Mobile sources Public transport Bus transport Inspection and maintenance Fuels Biofuels Road infrastructure Climate change mitigation (cobenefits approach) Transport sector (co-benefits)

Proponent: Middlesex University, UK Project title: Local Air Quality and Health Impacts in Thailand
Main objectives and outputs: The objectives of the study are to recommend sustainable measures to improve local air quality management, and to investigate health impacts in Chiang Mai, Thailand. The study was conducted during 2002 – 2005 in 5 parts: i) modelling air quality using ADMS-Urban model; ii) a questionnaire survey in urban and suburban areas to investigate people’s attitudes to air pollution and health; iii) a study of respiratory diseases and allergies among school children, using a standardised questionnaire; iv) a comparison Project components Policy and strategies devt. Data gathering and analysis Areas of focus AQ monitoring

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between Thailand and Hong Kong SAR urban air quality management (AQM) with respect to conformance to the characteristics of the Good Urban Governance (GUG); v) recommendations for sustainable measures for improving local air quality. The ADMS-Urban modelling results influenced the selection of air polluted sites for Parts ii and iii surveys, although, the model did not perform well with very low wind speeds and a large complex topography as in Chiang Mai. In Part ii, the survey was conducted in adults in 2 urban and 1 suburban areas. The results showed that the urban respondents had a higher percentage of respiratory diseases than the suburban respondents. The main sources of urban air pollution include traffic and domestic waste burning. Furthermore, most of the respondents in both areas never received air quality information. For the potential impacts of air pollution on respiratory health in children, the ISAAC study was later conducted in 4 urban and 2 rural schools. The results showed that the prevalence of asthma was similar in all the schools (approximately 5.5%) but the prevalence of rhinitis and atopic dermatitis was higher in the urban schools (24.3% and 12.5%, respectively) than in rural schools (15.7% and 7.2%, respectively). For AQM, there are differences, between Thailand and Hong Kong SAR, in urban governance, particularly law, transparency and responsiveness. Finally, a range of appropriate measures were recommended such as the establishment of a public transport network, co-operation among stakeholders to control agricultural burning, and the application of Cleaner Production (CP) to industry. Total budget: Funding sources: 1.European Union 2. Middlesex University Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Started 2002 Completed September 2005 Regions covered: Mekong. Countries covered: Thailand Cities/provinces covered: Chiang Mai Province Implementing agencies: -Chiang Mai Office of Public Works and Town and Country Planning -Urban Pollution Research Centre, Middlesex University, UK Main contact person: Ms. Kanyawat Sriyaraj Research Assistant Middlesex University, UK +66 6889 3339 kanyawa@yahoo.com, k.sriyaraj@mdx.ac.uk Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Middlesex University Contact Persons: Nick Priest & Brian Shutes Job Title: Professors Tel No. +44 208 411 5229 or 5676 Fax No. +44 208 411 5440 Email: n.priest@mdx.ac.uk; b.shutes@mdx.ac.uk Website of Organization: www.mdx.ac.uk Ambient AQ monitoring Roadside AQ monitoring Mobile sources Public transport Bus transport Land use planning Transport planning Indoor air pollution Stationary sources Policies for stationary sources Health effects

Proponent: U.S. Trade and Development Agency (USTDA) Project title: Thailand Biodiesel and Gasohol Production Technology Visit
Main objectives and outputs: To facilitate the Government of Thailand’s initiative for a national Biodiesel and Gasohol Roadmap, to counter the impending fuel price crisis and hazardous air pollution through alternative biodegradable fuel production. This technical visit will promote trade capacity building in Thailand through the transfer of technology related to alternative fuels production and the improvement of environmental standards. It will possibly lead to further involvement of USTDA for technical support in this sector. Project components Policy and strategies devt. Capacity building Equipment support

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Total budget: $130,000.00 Funding sources: USTDA (US Govt) Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Sept 2005 Regions covered: Southeast Asia. Countries covered: Thailand Cities/provinces covered: Implementing agencies: Ministry of Energy, Department of Alternative Energy Development and Efficiency, and the Energy Planning and Policy Office (EPPO) Main contact person: Stacy Bonnaffons Asia Regional Manager U.S. Trade and Development Agency (USTDA) 66-2-205-5090 66-2-255-4366 stacy.bonnaffons@mail.doc.gov Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable):

Areas of focus Mobile sources Fuels Diesel Biofuels Climate change mitigation (cobenefits approach) Energy sector (co-benefits)

Proponent: U.S. Trade and Development Agency (USTDA) Project title: Thailand: NGV Development Program
Main objectives and outputs: 1. NGV Development Plan (investments and technologies) 2. Review of NGV conversion technologies and plans for taxis, buses and garbage truck fleets 3. Site visit to the United States Total budget: $450,000.00 Funding sources: Not Specified Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Started 2002, Completed 2004 Regions covered: Mekong. Countries covered: Thailand Cities/provinces covered: Bangkok Implementing agencies: PTT (in cooperation with BMA, BMTA, EPPO) Main contact person: Stacy Bonnaffons Manager, Asia Region U.S. Trade and Development Agency (USTDA) (66-2) 205-5600 (66-2) 255-4366 stacy.Bonnaffons@mail.doc.gov Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Country/City 1: Bangkok, Thailand Main Responsible Organization: PTT Contact Person: Khun Weena T. Chai Anun Job Title: NGV Engine Engineering Manager Tel No.: (662) 537-5731 Fax No.: (662) 537-5888 Email: weena.t@pttplc.com Project components Policy and strategies devt. Data gathering and analysis Capacity building Areas of focus Mobile sources Public transport Fuels CNG/LPG

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Proponent: United States Agency for International Development (USAID) Project title: Developing Integrated Emission Strategies for Existing Land Transport (DIESEL) Program for Bangkok
Main objectives and outputs: 1. The purpose of the program is to reduce particulate emissions from in-use diesel vehicles in Bangkok by working with national and municipal level agencies to adopt improved policy and technology solutions. 2. The DIESEL Program aims to develop knowledge-based reference tools and to propose strategic policy options in order to help policymakers implement effective measures for diesel vehicle pollution reduction. 3. The program was formulated according to five principal tasks: • Enhance the capacity of local stakeholders in Bangkok and other cities to understand the factors affecting local and global emissions of their in-use diesel vehicle fleet. • Measure Particulate Matter (PM) and local pollution emissions reduction potential and fuel or energy efficiency improvements of selected technical alternatives that would be of interest to all major cities. • Assess the effectiveness of a select number of viable and affordable policies and technical measures to reduce diesel vehicle emissions, which maintain or improve overall accessibility of the poor to the transport system. • Prepare tools to assist decision makers in developing urban diesel emission action plans, which reflect the political, social, and economic implementation realities of developing countries. • Disseminate the research finding through the Clean Air Initiative networks in Africa, Asia and Latin America. 4. Stages of the program • In the first stage, Eco-Asia/Thailand will support the efforts of the Pollution Control Department and the Department of Land Transport to gain a better understanding of factors affecting in-use diesel vehicle emissions, to quantify them where possible, and to assess alternative mitigation options. • In the second stage, which will start next year, Eco-Asia/Thailand will assist in implementing specific mitigation measures identified in the first phase. 5. Specific inputs include the following: • Provide funds for a full-time Thai Coordinator who will sit at the Pollution Control Department to help collect and analyze data, coordinate project activities, and document project results. • Provide funds to cover a Technical Advisor (Phil Sayeg) to provide specialized inputs to the project • Provide a grant to an organization that will coordinate the process of sourcing the approximately 200 diesel vehicles (meeting the desired characteristics) that will need to be tested to determine emissions factors. • Provide funds to an organization to administer a survey of vehicle owners to provide a better understanding how diesel vehicles are used. The grant will be used to fund a 5-6 person team to conduct the survey and input and analyze the results. • Plan one or two study tours for Thai partners, such as to Hong Kong and Tokyo to learn about that city’s innovative emissions control program. • Eco-Asia will develop and help implement a retrofitting component of the project. 6. Expected Results: • An extensive and appropriate knowledge base, along with analytical tools, developed to evaluate key technical and policy interventions in reducing emissions from diesel vehicles (FY 04) • Development of comprehensive diesel pollution management strategies and action plans for in-use diesel vehicles in Bangkok (FY 04) • Specific emissions reductions measures undertaken, e.g. overall regulatory regime; inuse vehicle options; new vehicle options; preventive maintenance strategies; fuel and lubricant options; training and awareness programs (FY 05) Project components Policy and strategies devt. Data gathering and analysis Awareness raising Equipment support Areas of focus AQ monitoring Ambient AQ monitoring Roadside AQ monitoring Mobile sources Public transport Bus transport Fuels Diesel Transport planning Climate change mitigation (cobenefits approach) Transport sector (co-benefits) Energy sector (co-benefits)

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• Reduced levels of particulate matter emissions from diesel vehicles - estimated by the pollution emissions reduction potential of the technical and policy options that were undertaken (FY 06) Available online at: URL: http://www.usaep.org/countries/thailand/index.html Total budget: $1,000,000.00 Funding sources: 1. USAID 2. Alliance Partners - PADCO, U.S. EPA, World Bank, Private sector companies etc Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: 2 years Regions covered: Mekong. Countries covered: Thailand (current) Regional (planned) Cities/provinces covered: Bangkok (current) Implementing agencies: Pollution Control Department Main contact person: Rick Ruvolo Project Manager United States Agency for International Development (USAID) 667-996-8269 RRSF@aol.com Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Attapol Puissarakij contact information: Email: apuissarakij@eco-asia.org Office Tel: 662-298-2348 Mobile Tel: 669-1105-330

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Proponent: Asia Trans Project Project title: Hanoi Eco Trans - Asia Trans Project
Main objectives and outputs: The Asia Trans project: « Improving public transit in Hanoi through 3 model bus lines » is part of the European programme Asia Urbs, which promotes decentralised cooperation partnerships between European and Asian municipalities. Asia Trans is an initiative that was created by the Hanoi People’s Committee and the Paris Ile-de-France Region, in collaboration with the Brussels Capital Region. The project has been in operation since October 2002, and will continue until March 2005. The official launching of the Asia Trans project took place on November 11, 2002, in the presence of Jean-Paul Huchon, the President of the Ile de France Regional Council. Objectives: Capacity building environmental friendly transport systems and operation; transfer of know how and best practice between European cities and Hanoi Total budget: $1,296,083.98 Funding sources: 1. European Commission (46%) 2. Paris-Ile-de-France Region (18%) 3. City of Hannover (14) 4. Hanoi City (11%) Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: july 2005- july 2007 Regions covered: Southeast Asia. Mekong. Countries covered: Vietnam Cities/provinces covered: Ha Noi Implementing agencies: HANOI PEOPLE’S COMMITTEE Project components Capacity building Areas of focus AQ monitoring Roadside AQ monitoring Emissions inventory Mobile sources Public transport Bus transport

Main contact person: LUU XUAN HUNG vice director Asia Trans Project 844- 7470023 844- 7470024 hncauduong@fpt.vn Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Country/ City 1: Main Responsible Organization: TRAMOC Contact Person: Management board of the project: Dr LUU XUAN HUNG; Dr LAURENT PANDOLFI (Paris-Ile-de-France representative) , Dr WALTER MOLT (senior advisor for TRAMOC) Tel No. 844- 7470023 Fax No. 844- 7470024 Email: hncauduong@fpt.vn

Proponent: Asian Development Bank (ADB) Project title: Ho Chi Minh City Environmental Improvement - Vietnam
Main objectives and outputs: Objectives: To provide capacity building and institutional support to: Achieve appropriate infrastructure development and effective and sustainable management of urban services; environmental improvement and reduction of Project components Capacity building Equipment support

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environmental hazards; the development and management of sustainable and well planned infrastructure development and urban services. To develop a regional hazardous waste master plan and Air quality monitoring and management system Outputs: Infrastructure upgrading including: Hong Bang canal upgrading, Solid waste management, Gas incinerators installation Monitor industrial pollution, establishment of Environmental Fund Air quality monitoring network established with 5 AAQM stations and GIS based software Hazardous waste management master plan set up for HCMC, Binh Duong, Ba Ria-Vung Tau, and Dong Nai provinces Total budget: $100,000,000.00 Funding sources: 1. ADB 2.NORAD Funding type: Loan. Grant/TA. Status of project: 2000 - 2006 Regions covered: Mekong. Countries covered: Vietnam Cities/provinces covered: Ho Chi Minh, Binh Duong, Ba Ria-Vung Tau, and Dong Nai provinces Implementing agencies: HCMC People Committee Main contact person: Mr. Nguyen Dinh Tuan Director Asian Development Bank (ADB) 84 8 9130418 hcmcepa@hcm.fpt.vn Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Country/ City 1: Ho Chi Minh City (HCMC) Main Responsible Organization: HCMC Department of Natural Resources and Environment Contact Person: Mr. Nguyen Dinh Tuan Job Title: Director, HCMC Environmental Protection Agency Tel. No.: 84 8 9130418 Email: hcmcepa@hcm.fpt.vn Country/ City 2: Dong Nai Main Responsible Organization: Dong Nai Department of Natural Resources and Environment Contact Person: Mr. Nguyen Hoang Hung Job Title: Head, Environmental Management Division Tel No. 84 61 894237 Fax No. 84 4 827364 Country/ City 3: Binh Duong Main Responsible Organization: Binh Duong Department of Natural Resources and Environment Contact Person: Ms. Ngo thi Van Job Title: Head, Environmental Management Division Tel No. 090368 3809 Fax No. 84 650 827976 Country/ City 4: Ba Ria - Vung Tau Areas of focus AQ monitoring Ambient AQ monitoring Emissions inventory Source apportionment Mobile sources Stationary sources Monitoring for stationary sources

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Proponent: Asian Regional Research Program on Environmental Technology (AIRPET) Project title: Improving Air Quality in Vietnam
Main objectives and outputs: Not Specified Total budget: Funding sources: SIDA, through AIT Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: On-going to be Completed 2007 Regions covered: Southeast Asia. Mekong. Countries covered: Vietnam Cities/provinces covered: Hanoi Implementing agencies: Hanoi University of Science and Hanoi University of Technology Main contact person: Hoang Xuan Co and Nghiem Trung Dung Senior Lecturers Asian Regional Research Program on Environmental Technology (AIRPET) 84.4.5583001 (Dr. Hoang Xuan Co) ; 84.4.8681686 (Mr. Nghiem Trung Dung) 84.4.8583061(Dr. Hoang Xuan Co) ; 84.4.8693551 (Mr. Nghiem Trung Dung) hxco@netnam.org.vn and nghiemtd@hn.vnn.vn Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Hanoi University of Science Contact Person: Hoang Xuan Co Job Title: Associate Professor Tel No: 84.4.5583001 Fax No: 84.4.8583061 Email: hxco@netnam.org.vn Website of Organization: www.vnu.edu.vn Project components Policy and strategies devt. Data gathering and analysis Areas of focus AQ monitoring Ambient AQ monitoring Roadside AQ monitoring Source apportionment

Proponent: EPFL - Ecole Polytechnique Fédéral de Lausanne Project title: Asian Brown Cloud (ABC) Viet Nam Project
Main objectives and outputs: The project aims, on one hand, at improving the scientific understanding of the air pollution issues in the large cities in Asia. On the other hand, the project aims at initiating the training of Vietnamese scientists who could become key actors in the dialogues with decision makers and thus influence the policies, decisions and legislations that affect air pollution.The scientific goals of the project are 1) to examine air quality for large cities in Asia by developing and conducting high resolution regional scale simulations and 2) to investigate in a quantitative manner the contribution of the Indochina Peninsula, and of the Asian continent in changing the global atmospheric composition. Both experimental and modelling tools will be used during the project. A measurement campaign will be organised to allow the development of accurate high-resolution inventories for traffic emissions. Numerical simulations will be performed with a mesoscale and a global chemical transport model to account for the variety of spatial scales associated with the air pollution processes. Through these scientific activities, a strong collaboration will be established between EPFL and IER, which will permit to train students and scientists and to develop and extend the capacity of the participating Vietnamese institution. Total budget: $610,000.00 Funding sources: Swiss Agency for Development Corporation (SDC) Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Ongoing 2005 to 2007 Regions covered: Mekong. Countries covered: Vietnam Cities/provinces covered: Project components Policy and strategies devt. Data gathering and analysis Capacity building Areas of focus AQ monitoring Roadside AQ monitoring Emissions inventory Mobile sources Public transport Bus transport Non-motorized transport Inspection and maintenance Transboundary sources Monitoring transboundary sources

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Implementing agencies: Institute for Environment and Resources (IER), Vietnam Main contact person: Alain Clappier Senior Researcher EPFL - Ecole Polytechnique Fédéral de Lausanne +41216936160 +41216933626 alain.clappier@epfl.ch Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Country/ City 1: Viet Nam, Ho Chi Minh City (HCMC) Main Responsible Organization: Institute for Environment and Resources (IER), Vietnam National University, Ho Chi Minh City Contact Person: Dr. Hoang Thi Thanh Thuy Job Title: Director Assistant Tel No. +8488651132 Fax No. +8488655670 Email: thanhthuy@hcmier.edu.vn Website of Organization: http://www.hcmier.edu.vn/

Proponent: French Embassy Project title: Hanoi Rail Public Transport Project
Main objectives and outputs: Implement a pilot tramway line in the city of Hanoi Total budget: Funding sources: French Concessional loan Funding type: Loan Status of project: Planned 2010 Regions covered: Southeast Asia. Mekong. Countries covered: Vietnam Cities/provinces covered: Hanoi Implementing agencies: Hanoi People’s Committee Main contact person: Nguyen Thanh Binh Commercial Attaché French Embassy +84.4.715 0419 +84.4.715 0425 thanh-binh.nguyen@missioneco.org Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Country/City 1: Vietnam / Hanoi Main Responsible Organization: Hanoi People’s Committee Contact Person: Mr. Ha Huy Quang Job Title: Director of Hanoi Authorithy for Tram and Public Transport Development Tel No. +84.4.943 5125 Fax No. +84.4.943 5126 Email: hatd@hn.vnn.vn Project components Policy and strategies devt. Data gathering and analysis Awareness raising Capacity building Equipment support Areas of focus Mobile sources Public transport Rail transport Non-motorized transport Road infrastructure Land use planning Transport planning

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Proponent: Hanoi University of Science (HUS) Project title: Air Quality Monitoring and Climate Change Mitigation in Hanoi
Main objectives and outputs: Based on data gathering and analysis the project will focus on inventory of pollutant emissions and apportioning pollutant sources to indicate how (urban) pollutant emisions may lead to climate change in Hanoi (and similar scenarios for mega-cities?). Total budget: Funding sources: Fund-raising Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: 2006-2009 Regions covered: Mekong. Countries covered: Vietnam Cities/provinces covered: Ha Noi Implementing agencies: Faculty of HydroMeteorology & Oceanography Hanoi University of Science 334 Nguyen Trai, Hanoi, Vietnam Main contact person: Dr. Tran Tan Tien Lecturer Hanoi University of Science (HUS) 84-4-8584943 84-4-8584945 tientt@vnu.edu.vn Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Project components

Areas of focus AQ monitoring Emissions inventory Mobile sources Public transport Rail transport Bus transport Non-motorized transport Inspection and maintenance Transboundary sources Monitoring transboundary sources

Proponent: Hochiminh City Environmental Protection Agency (HEPA) Project title: Air Quality Monitoring Component, Reference Laboratory and Training for Ho Chi Minh City - Vietnam
Main objectives and outputs: To design and establish a Reference Laboratory at HEPA as well as undertake the necessary training for maintenance and calibrations. Support HEPA in collecting adequate data for continuing the work. Total budget: $262,700.00 Funding sources: Norwegian Agency for Development Cooperation (NORAD) Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Regions covered: Mekong. Countries covered: Vietnam Cities/provinces covered: Ho Chi Minh Implementing agencies: HCMC Environmental Protection Agency (HEPA) Main contact person: Bjarne Sivertsen Associate Research Director Hochiminh City Environmental Protection Agency (HEPA) +4763898055 +4763898050 bs@nilu.no; lvkhoa@hcm.vnn.vn Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Project components Data gathering and analysis Awareness raising Capacity building Equipment support Areas of focus AQ monitoring Ambient AQ monitoring Roadside AQ monitoring Emissions inventory Source apportionment

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Vo Thanh Dam Head of Environmental Quality Monitoring and Assessment Dvision Hochiminh City Environmental Protection Agency (HEPA) Tel: 84-8-8443881 Fax: 84-8-8443868 Cell: 84-91-3838-595 Email: vtdam@hcm.vnn.vn http://www.hepa.gov.vn Country/City 1: HCMC Main Responsible Organization: HEPA Contact Person: Mr. Le Van Khoa Job Title: Deputy Director HEPA Tel No.: 84 8 9130418 Email: lvkhoa@hcm.vnn.vn

Proponent: Institute for Building Science and Technology (IBST) Project title: Vietnam: Mitigation Measures in Building Materials Industry
Main objectives and outputs: Objectives: To enable the building materials industry to comply with national emission and occupational health standards. To support IBST to introduce cleaner technology and other mitigating measures in cement, asbestos, brick and files industries To raise awareness of theses industries and relevant authorities & stakeholders of economically feasible solutions for reducing environmental and occupational health impacts To build capacity of IBST and Thai Nguyen PPC, DOSTE and DOC in supervision, control & management of the environmental and occupational health impact of industries Outputs: IBST laboratory capacity sufficient for sampling, monitoring and analysis; Environmental impact and occupational health impact caused by the selected sectors in the BMPI inventoried. Economically feasible mitigating measures for the selected BMPI-branches demonstrated and guidelines elaborated; Relevant stakeholders informed on the possibilities of reducing the environmental impact of the building materials production industry. Strategy elaborated for a co-coordinated effort in Thai Nguyen Province to reduce the environmental impact from the selected branches in BMPI; Proposal for second phase of the project. Total budget: $1,700,000.00 Funding sources: DANIDA Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Dec. 2003 Regions covered: Mekong. Countries covered: Vietnam Cities/provinces covered: Ha Noi, Thai Nguyen Implementing agencies: Institute for Building Science and Technology (IBST), Ministry of Construction - Vietnam Main contact person: Mr. Nguyen Son Lam Project Coordinator Institute for Building Science and Technology (IBST) 0912003167 Project components Policy and strategies devt. Awareness raising Capacity building Areas of focus AQ monitoring Emissions inventory Mobile sources Stationary sources Monitoring for stationary sources Health effects

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Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Country/ City 1: Vietnam/Hanoi Main Responsible Organization: Institute for Building Science and Technology Contact Person: Mr. Cao Duy Tien Job Title: Director Country/ City 2: Vietnam/Thai Nguyen Main Responsible Organization: Cao Ngan Cement Factory Contact Person: Nguyen Van Thang Job Title: Director

Proponent: Kitakyushu Institute for Global Environmental Strategies (KU-IGES) Project title: Industrial Relocation for Control of Environmental Pollution (Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam)
Main objectives and outputs: Objective: To increase the capacity of local government to control industrial pollution in HCMC through industrial relocation with cleaner production. Target: To accelerate the pace of industrial relocation and cleaner production through public awareness and stakeholder participation in District 4. Available online at URL: www.iges.or.jp/kitakyushu/ Total budget: $3,000.00 Funding sources: 1. UNESCAP 2. IGES Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Started 2003, Completed 2004 Regions covered: Southeast Asia. Mekong. Countries covered: Vietnam Cities/provinces covered: Ho Chi Minh Implementing agencies: Department of Natural Resources and Environment, Ho Chi Minh City Main contact person: Christine Pearson Project Officer Kitakyushu Institute for Global Environmental Strategies (KU-IGES) ( 81 ) 93-513-3711 ( 81) 93-513-3712 cpearson@iges.or.jp Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Country/City 1: Vietnam/Ho Chi Minh Responsible Organization: Ho Chi Minh City, People’s Committee Contact Person: Ms. Doan Thi Toi Job Title: Head, Environmental Management Division, Department of Natural Resources and Environment Tel No.: (848) 824-2709 / 932-0122 Fax No: (848) 932-5711 Email: pqlmt@hcm.vnn.vn Country/City 2: Responsible Organization: UNESCAP Contact Person: Dr. Aslam Khan Job Title: Chief, Environment Section, ENRD Fax No. (+66-2) 288-1025 Website of Organization: www.unescap.org Stationary sources Policies for stationary sources Project components Awareness raising Capacity building Areas of focus

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Country/City 3: Japan Responsible Organization: IGES Contact Person: Mushtaq Ahmed Memon / Christine Pearson Job Title: Senior Policy Researcher / Project Officer Tel No.: (+ 81-93) 513-3711 Fax No: ( +81-93) 513-3712 Email: mushtaq@iges.or.jp, cpearson@iges.or.jp Website of Organization: www.iges.or.jp/kitakyushu

Proponent: SNV Project title: Biogas Support Program
Main objectives and outputs: Objective: 1. To create a commercial, viable, market oriented biogas industry 2. To ensure continued operation of all plants constructed 3. To strengthen institutions for continued and sustained development of the biogas sector 4. To complete all procedures ans proportions to become a validated CDM project 5. To provide training for at least 1 biogas technician ans 2 biogas mason teams per district 6. To reduce environmental pollution including GHG of 28,365 tons/yr. 7. To yearly substitute about 13,724 tons of wooden fuel or agricultural waste with clean energy source in order to improve livelihood Outputs: Phase 1- 12,000 biogas plants for 12,000 households in 12 provinces in Vietnam Bridging Phase - 9,455 biogas plants in 12 additional proviinces/cities Phase 2 - 140,000 biogas will be built Total budget: Phase 1: €2.5 million Phase 2: €44.8 million Funding sources: Phase 1: 1. Government of The Netherlands Phase 2: 1. Government of The Netherlands 2. SNV Netherlands Development Organization 3. Provinces and households Funding type: Grant/TA. CDM funds. Status of project: Phase 2: 2007-2010 Phase 1: Completed (2003-2005) Regions covered: Southeast Asia. Mekong. Countries covered: Vietnam Cities/provinces covered: Phase 1: Hai Duong, Bac Ninh, Nghe An, Thua Thien Hue, Dong Nai, Tien Giang, Lang Son, Hoa Binh, Dac Lac, Binh Dinh, Hanoi and Thai Nguyen Phase 2: additional Hai Phong, Ninh Binh, Ha Nam, Ha Tay, Son La, Dien Bien, Phu Tho, Yen Bai, Thanh Hoa, Vinh Phuc, Ha Tinh and Tra Vinh Implementing agencies: Vietnam Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development Main contact person: Mr. Felis Ter Heegde Chief Technical Advisor SNV 84 4 7261771 felis@biogas.org.vn Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Project components Capacity building Equipment support Areas of focus Biofuels

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Proponent: Swiss Foundation for Technical Cooperation (Swisscontact) Project title: Swiss-Vietnamese Clean Air Program (SVCAP)
Main objectives and outputs: This is a joint project under a bilateral agreement between the Government of Vietnam, represented by the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment (MONRE), and the Government of Switzerland represented by the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC). The overall goal of SVCAP is to contribute to the prevention of a possible further degradation of the air quality in Hanoi and its surroundings. The purpose of the first phase (2004 –2007) is to support the creation of favourable conditions for the reduction of air pollution by means of the definition and implementation of an integral air quality management system, focusing on Hanoi and surrounding. Total budget: $2,924,000.00 Funding sources: 1. SDC (93% 2. MONRE (7%) Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Started October 2004, to be Completed December 2007 Regions covered: Southeast Asia. Mekong. Countries covered: Vietnam Cities/provinces covered: Ha Noi Implementing agencies: Vietnam Environmental Protection Agency (VEPA) under Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment (MONRE) Key implementation partner: Vietnam Environmental Protection Agency (VEPA) Main contact person: Mr. Michael Baechlin Project Manager Swiss Foundation for Technical Cooperation (Swisscontact) +84 4 726 13 35 +84 4 726 13 36 michael_baechlin@swisscontact.org.vn Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Country/ City 1: Vietnam Main Responsible Organization: Vietnam Environmental Protection Agency (VEPA) Contact Person: Dr. Tran Hong Ha Job Title: Director Tel No. 84 4 8224420 Website of Organization: www.nea.gov.vn Project components Policy and strategies devt. Data gathering and analysis Awareness raising Capacity building Equipment support

Areas of focus AQ monitoring Ambient AQ monitoring Emissions inventory Source apportionment Mobile sources Inspection and maintenance Fuels Gasoline Diesel Stationary sources Monitoring for stationary sources Policies for stationary sources

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Proponent: United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) Project title: VIE/01/G41 Viet Nam: Promoting Energy Conservation in Small and Medium Scale Enterprises
Main objectives and outputs: Objectives: • To review all existing and planned policies and regulations and design a policy development program. • To review the capacity of government agencies, financial organizations and energy services companies, and design a capacity building program. • To design a program for information dissemination and public awareness campaign. • To identify SMEs’ energy saving training needs and design a training program. • To design demonstrations and conduct a feasibility study. • To formulate a future full-scale project document. Outputs: • A research and analysis completed • A full-scale project document developed and submitted. • A public campaign on Energy Conservation for SMEs undertaken. Total budget: $458,250.00 Funding sources: 1. GEF 2. EDP 3. Government of Vietname Funding type: Grant/TA. GEF funds. Status of project: Completed August 2002 Regions covered: Mekong. Countries covered: Vietnam Cities/provinces covered: Ha Noi Implementing agencies: Vietnam Ministry of Science and Technology Main contact person: Mr. Nguyen Ba Vinh National Coordinator United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) 84 4 9783574 84 4 9788850 vie0141@undp.org.vn Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Not Specified Project components Policy and strategies devt. Data gathering and analysis Awareness raising Capacity building Areas of focus Stationary sources Policies for stationary sources

Proponent: United States – Asia Environmental Partnership (USAEP) Project title: Clean Air and Fuels Program in Vietnam: Improving urban air quality through the adoption of stricter vehicle emissions and fuel standards
Main objectives and outputs: Objective: • To improve urban air quality and reduce toxic emissions from mobile sources of pollution through the adoption of stricter vehicle emissions and fuel standards • To reduce health effects from vehicle emissions • To improved vehicle inspection and maintenance Project components Policy and strategies devt. Data gathering and analysis Awareness raising Capacity building Areas of focus

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Outputs: • Adoption of Euro 2 gasoline and diesel standards • Adoption of ―Roadmap‖ outlining a schedule of Euro 3 vehicle emission standards • Increased stakeholder and public support for the new fuel standards • Policy options for tighter vehicle emissions standards adopted • Commitment by agencies, vehicle industry and gas retailers to implement Roadmap to Euro 3 standards • Decision-makers are better informed of roadside air quality levels in Vietnam • Active participation in CAI-Asia network Total budget: $543,000.00 Funding sources: USAID Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: Started October 2003, to be Completed September 2005 Regions covered: Mekong. Countries covered: Vietnam Cities/provinces covered: Ha Noi, Ho Chi Minh Implementing agencies: Vietnam Register, Vietnam Standards Center, Center for Environmental Engineering of Town and Industrial Areas Main contact person: Ms. Phan Quynh Nhu Clean Cities Coordinator United States – Asia Environmental Partnership (USAEP) 84 4 9362017 84 4 9362018 nhupq12@yahoo.com Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Country/City 1: Vietnam Main Responsible Organization: Vietnam Register Contact Person: Mr. Nguyen Van Ban Job Title: Director Tel No. 84 4 7684728 Email: anhnh@vr.org.vn Website of Organization: www.vr.org.vn Country/ City 2: Vietnam Main Responsible Organization: Vietnam Standards Center Contact Person: Ms. Hoang Thi Tinh Job Title: Secretary, Technical Committee Tel No. 84 4 8361467 Email: phongtc3tcvn@yahoo.com Website of Organization: www.tcvn.gov.vn Other organizations involved in the implementation of the project in country/city 2: (list full name): Ministry of Industry, Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment, Petro Vietnam, Vietnam Automobile Manufacturing Association, PETROLIMEX Country/ City 3: Vietnam Main Responsible Organization: Center for Environmental Engineering of Town and Industrial Areas Contact Person: Dr. Pham Ngoc Dang Job Title: Director Tel No. 84 4 8691604 Email: danghaiha@hn.vnn.vn Website of Organization: AQ monitoring Ambient AQ monitoring Roadside AQ monitoring Mobile sources Inspection and maintenance Fuels Gasoline Diesel Climate change mitigation (cobenefits approach)

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Proponent: Vietnam – Canada Environment Project (VCEP) Project title: Vietnam – Canada Environment Project (VCEP)
Main objectives and outputs: The purpose of the VCEP project is to strengthen the environmental management capacity of these national and provincial agencies. VCEP supports efforts of the Government of Vietnam to develop an effective environmental management system involving many levels of government and a range of stakeholders, which includes industry, academia, business, and concerned citizens. Total budget: $10,302,169.13 Funding sources: Government of Canada Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: On-going Regions covered: Southeast Asia. Mekong. Countries covered: Vietnam Cities/provinces covered: Hanoi Implementing agencies: Main contact person: John Patterson Chief Advisor, Project Manager Vietnam – Canada Environment Project (VCEP) 084 8224840 084 8224850 jpatterson@vcep.org.vn Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment ( MONRE) Mr. Mai Ai Truc, Minister Add: No 83, Nguyen Chi Thanh, Ha Noi, Viet Nam Environment Department - MONRE Mr. Truong Manh Tien, Director Tel: 04 7734244 Add: No 83, Nguyen Chi Thanh, Ha Noi, Viet Nam Environment Impact Appraisal Department – MONRE Mr. Nguyen Khac Kinh, Director Tel: 04 77342446 Add: No 83, Nguyen Chi Thanh, Ha Noi, Viet Nam Viet Nam Environment Protection Agency - MONRE Mr. Tran Hong Ha, Director Tel: 04 9423899 Add: No 67, Nguyen Du, Ha Noi, Viet Nam Ha Noi Department of Natural Resources, Environment and Land – Housing Mr. Vu Van Hau, Director Tel: 04 7731536 Add: No 18 Huynh Thuc Khang, Ha Noi, Viet Nam Hai Phong Department of Natural Resources and Environment Mr. Vu Tho, Director Tel: 031 841925 Add: No 275, Lach Tray, Hai Phong, Viet Nam Da Nang Department of Natural Resources and Environment Mr. Nguyen Dieu, Director Tel: 0511 827067 Add: No 57, Quang Trung, Da Nang, Viet Nam Binh Duong Department of Natural Resources and Environment Mr. Cao Minh Hue, Director Tel: 0650 822367 Project components Policy and strategies devt. Data gathering and analysis Awareness raising Capacity building Equipment support Areas of focus

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Add: Binh Duong Avenue, Phu Tho Ward, Thu Dau Mot, Binh Duong, Viet Nam Hai Duong Department of Natural Resources and Environment Mr. Nguyen Ta Duoc, Director Tel: 0320 892539 Add: Km5, Nguyen Luong Bang, Thanh Binh, Hai Duong, Viet Nam Bac Ninh Department of Natural Resources and Environment Mr. Nguyen Tu Quynh, Director Tel: 0241 822454 Add: Nguyen Gia Thieu road, Bac Ninh, Viet Nam Long An Department of Natural Resources and Environment Mr. Nguyen Van Thiep, Director Tel: 072 892810 Add: No 137, National Road No 1, Tan An, Long An

Proponent: Vietnam Environmental Protection Agency (VEPA) Project title: Environmental Information and Reporting Project
Main objectives and outputs: The development objective of EIR is to ―Contribute knowledge-based environmental management as a pre-requisite to sustainable development in Vietnam‖. Immediate objectives of EIR are (1) ―Improved relevance of environmental information and reporting in relation to its use in environmental management and decision-making‖, and (2) ―Improved timeliness (or responsiveness) of environmental information and knowledge to enable proactive response to environmental problems‖. 4 main Outputs: 1. A set of short-term, medium-term and long-term national and provincial level environmental indicators developed and the short-term indicators tested on national and provincial level. 2. SOE reporting guidelines and synopsis developed and tested (based on the actual SOE 2006). 3. A national electronic system for environmental data transfer/storage and indicator handling between/within MONRE/VEPA and the pilot provinces established. 4. Improved capacity of electronic data handling, SOE reporting and indicator development and maintenance within MONRE/VEPA and the pilot provinces achieved (the overall training package). Three additional minor outputs: 1. Data constraints for short-term indicators defined and cost for overcoming the constraints estimated. 2. A draft Framework Agreement for data acquisition, sharing and maintenance between MONRE/VEPA and other governmental institutions developed. 3. A draft Framework Agreement between MONRE/VEPA and other possible data providers from non-governmental institutions developed (if data of interest available). Total budget: $2,500,000.00 Funding sources: 1. Vietnam MONRE 2.DANIDA Funding type: Grant/TA. Status of project: August 2003 till August 2006. Regions covered: Southeast Asia. Mekong. Countries covered: Vietnam Project components Policy and strategies devt. Data gathering and analysis Awareness raising Capacity building Equipment support Areas of focus AQ monitoring Roadside AQ monitoring Emissions inventory Mobile sources

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Cities/provinces covered: Ha Noi, Ha Nam, Thai Nguyen and Quang Nam Implementing agencies: -Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment (MONRE) -Vietnam Environment Protection Agency (VEPA) Main contact person: Dr. Hoang Duong Tung Director Vietnam Environmental Protection Agency (VEPA) 84-4-9428243 84-4-9428250 htung@nea.gov.vn Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Country/ City 1: Hanoi Main Responsible Organization: Hanoi Department of Natural Resources and Environment Contact Person: Mr. Dang Duong Binh Job Title: Head, Environmental Management Division Tel No. 84 4 7734896 Fax No. 84 4 7735041 Email: eirhanoi@fpt.vn, binhemd@fpt.vn, dangduongbinh@fpt.vn Country/ City 2: Ha Nam Main Responsible Organization: Ha Nam Department of Natural Resources and Environment Contact Person: Mr. Tran Xuan Doan Job Title: Head, Environmental Management Division Tel No. 84-351-840238 Fax No. 84-351-852573 Email: tranxuandoan_pmt@yahoo.com Website of Organization: www.TNMTHanam.gov.vn Country/ City 3: Thai Nguyen Main Responsible Organization: Thai Nguyen Department of Natural Resources and Environment Contact Person: Mrs. Hoang Thi Lien Job Title: Head, Environmental Management Division Tel No. 84-280-758053 Fax No. 84-280-752200 Email: eirthainguyen@vnn.vn

Country/ City 4: Quang Nam Main Responsible Organization: Quang Nam Department of Natural Resources and Environment Contact Person: Mr. Pham Hong Son Job Title: Deputy Head, Environment Management Division Tel No. 84-510-829684 Fax No. 84-510-852354 Email: eir_quangnam@vnn.vn Website of Organization: www.tnmtquangnam.gov.vn

Proponent: World Bank Project title: Hanoi Urban Transport Development Project
Main objectives and outputs: Objective: To assist Hanoi in implementing a sustainable strategy of city development and transport Project components

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improvement with a focus on promoting public transport Outputs: -Bus transport to support reorganization the bus system; development of busways and bus priority on a selection of new and existing roads; and development of bus maintenance facilities, and secure ticketing systems. -Road infrastructure for construction of a section of Ring Road 2 (6 km) from Cau Say north to the dyke road (the site of the planned bridge at Nhat Tan) to facilitate development of the area West of West Lake, and ultimately North of Red River and Western extension of Hoang Quoc Viet Street (1.5 km). -Institutional strengthening for Transport safety major policy foci: reform of bus services, capacity building for integrated land use and transport development, and promotion of a PT oriented urban transport policy that covers issues such as parking, traffic control and vehicular restrictions; and Air Quality Management Component (US$ ~5 million); Total budget: $170,000,000.00 Funding sources: WB Funding type: Loan. Status of project: 2006 Regions covered: Mekong. Countries covered: Vietnam Cities/provinces covered: Ha Noi Implementing agencies: Hanoi People Committee Main contact person: Mr. Do Duc Huan Director World Bank 84 4 9780389 84 4 9763549 hanoipmu@fpt.vn Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Country/ City 1: Hanoi Main Responsible Organization: Hanoi Department of Natural Resources and Environment Contact Person: Mr. Dang Duong Binh Job Title: Head, Environmental Management Division Tel No. 84 4 7734896 Fax No. 84 4 7730541 Email: vcephn@netnam.com AQ monitoring Roadside AQ monitoring Emissions inventory Source apportionment Mobile sources Public transport Rail transport Bus transport Non-motorized transport Inspection and maintenance Fuels Gasoline CNG/LPG Hydrogen Indoor air pollution Transboundary sources Policies for transboundary sources

Proponent: World Bank Project title: System Energy Equitization-Renewal/ SEIER (Renewable Energy component)
Main objectives and outputs: 1. Based on Vietnam’s Renewable Energy Action Plan, this project is the first capacitybuilding phase of a long-term programmatic approach to renewable energy development. The project objectives are: • Developing the regulatory framework to support private renewable energy investment • Establishing a Remote Area Renewable Electricity Fund to support community investments • Improving local renewable energy equipment and develop local renewable energy business capacity 2. Status: Generally, the main investment components managed by Electricity of Vietnam (EVN) have progressed well, and these contribute to the improvement of efficiency and access objectives. The institutional and framework components - such as development of renewable energy and the financial management system - are doing less well, as there remains limited capacity for this kind of work. The project will be restructured in the next six months to make the investment components more flexible, allowing a phased or Project components Policy and strategies devt. Capacity building Equipment support Areas of focus Mobile sources Renewable Energy

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programmatic approach to the investment components, and to broaden participation in the renewable energy tasks (2/04). Total budget: $14,000,000.00 Funding sources: 1. GEF 2. IDA 3. IBRD 4. IFC Funding type: Loan. Grant/TA. GEF funds. Status of project: On-going:February 2003 to December 2007 Regions covered: Mekong. Countries covered: Vietnam Cities/provinces covered: Implementing agencies: Main contact person: Anh Nguyet Pham Task Manager World Bank Contact persons in each country or city (if applicable): Not Specified

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