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What is CITEAIR?
Common Information to European Air (CITEAIR) is a project co-funded by the European Union’s INTERREG IIIC Programme. The project started in March 2004 and will run until the end of 2007. The project supports cities and regions in developing efficient means to collect, present and compare air quality data across a multitude of sites and provides furthermore an input to the air quality reporting and action planning. Thus, CITEAIR supports European cities and regions in their efforts to meet limit values and improve the air quality for their citizens.

During almost three years of productive work among partners and an exchange with stakeholders including the European Commission (DG Environment) and the European Environment Agency (EEA) a valuable set of products have been developed. At this stage matured drafts of these products are available. Until the end of 2007 these reports will be finalised and some products will undergo some further developments.

The main developments underpinned by products of CITEAIR are:

Final Conference – Cities and Regions working towards Clean Air with CITEAIR 8th December 2006, Prague

The conference has been attended by 72 people from 13 different countries in Europe. All presentations are available for download.



The core cities:

  • Leicester (UK)
  • Paris (FR)
  • Prague (CZ)
  • Rotterdam (NL)
  • Rome (I)
  • Follower cities:

  • Munich (DE)
  • Coventry (UK)
  • The Hague (NL)
  • Bratislava (SK)
  • Brussels (BE)
  • Transfer Region:

  • Emilia-Romagna Region (I)

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