Ambient NO2 concentration limit values are exceeded at more than half of all traffic monitoring sites in Germany. Since diesel passenger vehicles are the primary cause of these exceedances, measures that target these vehicles are the best way to bring German cities quickly into compliance. These measures should apply to entire urban areas, not just hotspots, and they should be based on real-world emissions.
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- Publication Type
- RIFS Policy Briefs
Butler, T. M., von Schneidemesser, E., & Becker, S. (2018). Tackling Urban Air Pollution: Nitrogen Oxides and Diesel Emissions. IASS Policy Brief, 2018(3).
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- Staff involved
- Projects involved
- Kopernikus Project Energy Transition Navigation System (Enavi) Air Quality Modelling for Policy Advice Climate Change and Air Pollution: Research Needs and Pathways to Policy Implementation