GOUV'AIRNANCE - Launch of Monitoring Committee Marseille - Tuesday, 3 July 2012
On Tuesday, July 3, 2012 afternoon in the premises of the City Hall, will be the launch meeting of the Monitoring Committee Marseille. This meeting will be co-chaired by Bernard Susini, Deputy Mayor of the City of Marseille and Pierre Semeriva, Vice-President of the Urban Community of Marseille Provence Métropole.
One of the first activities of the project GOUV'AIRNANCE based on the constitution, Marseille and on each of the project partners territories a territorial monitoring committee (CST) that will ensure the local port of the project and will, at first a place of dialogue to establish a comprehensive and shared diagnosis of the quality of the air and of the monitoring thereof. To this end, this committee will facilitate cooperation and integration of the different actors of the territory affected by the air quality in Marseille in the areas of transport, energy, climate, urban planning, building regulations (indoor air) ... activities CST Marseille will be coordinated with those of the CST established in other partners GOUV'AIRNANCE (Tripoli, Aqaba, Valencia) territories, to compare approaches and sensibilities.
In Marseille, where monitoring devices of air pollution exist, at least to the outside air, GOUV'AIRNANCE therefore proposes to identify measures to improve the link between monitoring air quality protection of populations (especially the most sensitive) and measures to curb polluting emissions, involving as much as possible "civil society", both co-responsible victim of urban atmospheric emissions.
See the agenda of the meeting
For more information, contact Vincent Wallaert and Audrey Séon at 04 91 31 51 95