Ten years to improve the quality of the air that 200,000 people breathe in the 17 towns that make up the Dunkirk region. This is the goal set by Dunkirk urban community, which has placed the subject at the heart of its transformation project. Planned actions include implementation of more effective, almost real-time, and highly detailed air quality monitoring, better information for citizens, and pollutant capture at factory chimney outlets.
Bernard Weisbecker, President of Flanders Dunkirk region’s Urban Planning Agency believes that, “it is not only the introduction of new procedures that matters but also the confidence people have in the air quality data they are given. Transparency is very important. Which is why we are currently looking for new ways of communicating with people on a more precise level.”
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